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Boasting year-round warm temperatures, beautiful scenery and much more – you’ll be amazed at the range of things to do in Malta. Discover remarkable history, glistening hidden coves and timeless villages.
It may be one of the smallest countries in the world but Malta has plenty to offer. You’ll be charmed by the picturesque Mdina with its maze-like streets and hidden courtyards. Discover sunken WWII bombers and incredible undersea caves whilst diving. Explore the spectacular coastline – with nine blue flag beaches you won’t know where to start. St Julian’s is great for shopping, cafes and nightlife, while St Paul’s Bay offers a tranquil alternative with its picturesque coves and beautiful countryside.
The sights of Malta and the surrounding islands are spectacular. With boat trips to the island of Comino, baroque architecture and Caravaggio art works at St John’s Co Cathedral and the atmospheric Marasaxlokk market. Travel back 4000 years in the Mdina, lamp-lit by night it has a timeless atmosphere.
Head to Peppino’s in St Julian’s Bay, a celebrity hotspot and incredible seafood restaurant. Or enjoy authentic dining at Trattoria AD 1530 which is situated in one of the oldest squares of Mdina. Grab a coffee at Caffe Cordina – Malta’s finest coffee shop, or spoil yourself with opulent fine dining at Michael’s in Valletta.
Party the night away at Malta’s biggest open-air club, Club Numero Uno or head to St Julian’s for lively pubs, bars and nightclubs. Don’t miss the Dragonara casino, housed in a splendid 19th century building, Twenty Two an exquisite 22nd floor wine lounge and Manoel Theatre, the second oldest in Europe.
Malta’s rocky coastline means that not all of its beaches are blessed with glorious sands, but you won’t be disappointed by the deep golden stretch at Ramla, Gozo’s largest bay or San Blas Bay, a small, red sandy beach. Navigate your way around the hillside paths and steep steps of Ghajn Tuffieha – a beautiful unspoilt hideaway.
Malta boasts more than 7,000 years of history and is brimming with attractions. Multiple stops on two routes allow you to experience key sights including the Mosta Church, Dome Ta'Qali Craft Village Rabat and many Roman sites. With great views from the top of the bus, strategically placed stops and an interesting commentary, this hop-on hop-off city tour truly is the best way to see the sights of Malta.
Discover dazzling sea caves, sleepy fishing villages and prehistoric ruins on a full-day sightseeing tour around the island of Malta. After visiting the Blue Grotto area (with an optional boat ride to its magical-looking caves), spend free time in the picture-perfect seaside villages of Marsaxlokk and Birzebbuga. Refuel with a three-course lunch and wine in Marsascala. Then admire the UNESCO-listed megalithic ruins at Tarxien Temples and prehistoric fossils in Ghar Dalam cave.
Discover Valletta's historical battlements and forts on this three hour thirty minute tour of the city's peninsula. Look out for Malta's famous ‘three cities’ while cruising between Marsamxett and the Grand Harbour and learn all about the city's sights from the audio commentary. Then, relax on a minibus tour around the coastline to Gzira town, passing highlights like Msida Marina and Ta'Xbiex village.
Visit Gozo, a tiny island referred to as 'Malta's little sister,' on this day trip from Malta. Travel with a local guide and discover the island's gloriously unspoiled scenery as well as attractions linked to TV shows like 'Game of Thrones' and Greek mythology. See spectacular natural sights such as the Azure Window and Inland Sea; visit the intriguing Calypso Cave; and watch 'Gozo 360,' a short movie about the island's history and culture, inside the ancient citadel in Victoria.
There is no better way to see the island of Gozo than on a double-decker, hop-on hop-off bus. Admire the rugged island landscape and see top Gozo attractions on this comprehensive sightseeing tour. Enjoy full 360-degree panoramic views as you travel. Choose either the pink or blue route and hop on and off as many times as you like, at any of the stops around Gozo for your 24 hours of sightseeing.
YouTube vlogging (video blogging) couple Patricia & Mike went to Malta to explore this beautiful island and have an adventure. See how they got on in the video below.