Ghost Town in Malta 🇲🇹

Did you know that Malta has some ghost towns?

The White Rocks Complex is one of them. We went there with my lovely wife and take a few shots from there.

Let's find out more about this ghost town.

The White Rocks Complex was originally built in the 1960s as a luxury hotel and leisure complex. It was a popular destination for tourists, and its prime location on the coast offered stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. The complex featured several swimming pools, a private beach, restaurants, and other amenities.

However, in the 1980s, the complex started to decline in popularity due to competition from newer hotels and changing tourist preferences. It was eventually abandoned in the early 2000s, and has remained empty ever since.

Today, the White Rocks Complex is a ghost town of sorts, with empty buildings and overgrown gardens. Despite being abandoned, it remains a popular spot for photographers and urban explorers who are drawn to its eerie beauty and haunting atmosphere. The complex has also been used as a filming location for several movies and TV shows.

It's worth noting that the White Rocks Complex is private property, and entering the area is not only illegal but also potentially dangerous. The buildings are in a state of disrepair, and there may be hidden hazards such as unstable structures, sharp objects, or asbestos. It's best to view the area from a distance and avoid entering the complex for your own safety.


But it's not finising in here, we will set another round in here.

Also there are other ghost towns in Malta and we'll give a shot to them as well, to not miss our next trip don't forget to check our other posts.

Burak Aykan URER

Burak Aykan URER