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Malta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean between Sicily and the North African coast. It's a nation known for historic sites related to a succession of rulers including the Romans, Moors, Knights of Saint John, French and British. It has numerous fortresses, megalithic temples and the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum, a subterranean complex of halls and burial chambers dating to circa 4000 B.C
Things to do in Malta
Pass through the city gate and you’ll discover the awe-inspiring city and former European Capital of Culture, Valletta. Comparable to...
Blue Flag Beaches
If you’re a beach lover, you’re in luck, as there’s a whole host of inviting sands to relax on along...
Gozo & Comino
These stunning sister bays hug the transparent waters of the Mediterranean and are just a short hop from the island...
Malta is renowned for its neon nightlife, with everything from full-on festivals, to boutique wine bars, lively restaurants, and nightclubs...
Malta is a fantastic destination for families, with bundles of entertainment little ones (and big ones) will love. Popeye Village...
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Pass through the city gate and you’ll discover the awe-inspiring city and former European Capital of Culture, Valletta. Comparable to an open-air museum, this corner of the island is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a medley of must-see landmarks including the 16th-century St John’s Cathedral, Grand Harbour, Vittoriosa, National War Museum and the stunning Upper Barrakka Gardens. You’ll be spoilt for choice with things to see, do, and learn here, so we highly recommend spending a day.
Blue Flag Beaches
If you’re a beach lover, you’re in luck, as there’s a whole host of inviting sands to relax on along Malta’s rugged coastline. Mellieha Bay holds the crown as Malta’s longest beach stretching across 800m, it’s also one of the most popular for families with younger children. Ramla Bay (known to locals as Ramla il-Hamra) is located on the neighbouring sister island of Gozo and is ideal if you’re seeking a more serene afternoon on the sand, since the surrounding area is beautifully undeveloped. Bugibba Bay’s pebbly man-made beach is a tourist hot spot in the bustling St Paul’s Bay Village, while St Peter’s Pool is a natural crystal-clear pool ideal for an afternoon dive, dip or snorkel!
Gozo & Comino
These stunning sister bays hug the transparent waters of the Mediterranean and are just a short hop from the island of Malta. Boasting white-sand beaches, untouched countryside, quaint villages, majestic churches, and verdant flora and fauna – its no surprise the island’s slow-paced lifestyle has tourists flocking for an afternoon of tranquillity. If you like to tick off local landmarks, Comino’s famous Blue Lagoon is one of the most picturesque locations on the Maltese archipelago, with striking turquoise waters perfect for snorkelling, swimming or exploring by boat.
Malta is renowned for its neon nightlife, with everything from full-on festivals, to boutique wine bars, lively restaurants, and nightclubs dotting the isle. Paceville, located in St. Julians, is the place to be if you want to let your hair down; while you’ll also find an abundance of buzzing nightlife venues in Birgu, Mdina, Valletta and Sliema, too. Why wait for nightlife when you can experience a thriving ‘daylife’ scene? Visit Malta in September for the famous annual AMP Lost & Found music festival, located in St. Paul’s Bay resort and surrounding areas for its iconic Castle Rave, Beach Party and Wavy Boat Parties. If that’s not enough, you’ve also got Isle of MTV, Glitch Festival, Earth Garden and Rock The South to add to your upbeat itinerary!
Malta is a fantastic destination for families, with bundles of entertainment little ones (and big ones) will love. Popeye Village is a thriving theme park village based on the 1980 musical ‘Popeye’ and is bursting with fun-loving attractions and activities to enjoy. Wander the film set, meet the characters, watch animation shows, play mini-golf, swim in the pool or browse the Comic Museum – and more! If you’re into marine life, the National Aquarium is a must-visit, featuring 41 tanks with over 100 different marine life species including reptiles, amphibians and Mediterranean fish. Or perhaps birds are more your thing? In which case, Duck Village’s miniature houses designed for nearby ducks to relax in is where you should head - you’ll also find other adorable animals here too including rabbits and guinea pigs. Splash and Fun Water Park is the perfect place to cool down thanks to its exciting flumes, wave pool and lazy river. There’s no end to the things you can see and do in Malta.