Qormi is a city in the Southern Region of Malta with a population of 16 500.
Qormi has two parishes, one dedicated to Saint George and one to Saint Sebastian. There are also two valleys in Qormi, Wied il-Kbir (The Large Valley), and Wied is-Sewda (Black Valley).
There are indications of it being inhabited in antiquity. Bronze Age pottery was found in the area known as Stabal indicating presence of humans as early as 1500-800 BC. Punic tombs have been found in the town and at Tal-Bajjada. Also, some Ancient Roman remains were found in the valley of Wied il-Kbir. The first written reference to the town is made in 1417.