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About Malta

Malta is one of the world’s tiniest countries but this doesn’t stop it from being a fabulous holiday destination. In fact, its island nature means that Malta holidays are perfect for those who like white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters (who doesn’t?). Equally, its waters are full of fascinating sea life, so you’ll find that diving centres and schools have popped up all over the place, offering you something exciting to do if you want a bit of adventure on your holiday. Aside from the sea life, Malta’s various towns and villages are packed full of ancient history and world heritage sites, nestled happily alongside modern hotels and restaurants that offer everything you need for a relaxed short break or a luxury holiday experience.

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Dive right into all that the island of Malta has to offer. We’ve mentioned scuba diving, but it’s so good that it’s definitely worth mentioning again. If you’ve never dived before Malta is a great place to try it out, and it is equally as exhilarating for those who are more experienced. If you’re a little bit wary of the sport (some people can find it a little claustrophobic) then grab a mask, snorkel and flippers and prepare to be amazed at the colours and patterns right under your nose. Aside from diving, Malta has a wealth of old towns and villages to explore, and because it’s so small, getting around on foot is easy and the recommended mode of transport. However, there are scooters to hire if you fancy zipping around of an evening. Check out the flights and hotels to get the best low cost holidays to Malta with us.

When To Go

Malta’s climate is typically Mediterranean, meaning if you go in the summer months (May to September) you’ll enjoy long, hot days that are perfect for lazing on the beach or by the pool. In the spring the weather cools a little but still lingers in the 20s meaning it’s a great option for those who enjoy the sunshine but want to explore the sites when it’s not baking hot. Malta’s winter is short with some rainfall, and while it’s not ideal for a sunny holiday, it’s great for walking and you’ll enjoy plenty of cool, dry spells.

Fast facts about Malta

  • Capital
  • Currency
    Euro (€)
  • Official Language
    Maltese and English are the co-official languages – both are widely spoken
  • Time
    1 hour ahead of the UK
  • We fly to...
    …Malta International Airport (also known as Luqa Airport)

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • Mnajdra Megalithic Temples, Valletta
    This is one world heritage site not to miss, whether you’re into history or not. As the oldest free-standing structure in the world, this place has 7,000 years of history to draw on so make sure you listen to your guide!
  • Scuba diving, Sliema
    Whether you’re a beginner or you’ve been diving for years, Sliema offers some truly beautiful underwater sights – this is not to be missed if you’re staying nearby.
  • Tal-Massar Winery, Gozo
    Relaxing family-run vineyard with tours that are both informative and fun (and of course offer lots of different wines to try). Don’t forget to try the food too, it’s delicious.
  • The beaches, Malta
    As you would expect from an island, Malta’s beaches are its main attraction. Visit just about any one to find white sand, crystal clear waters and diving on offer for the adventurous.
  • Water Park, Bugibba
    Quite simply lots of fun for all the family! If you don’t want another day on the beach this offers a bit of fun for a couple of hours if you’re staying in Bugibba.

Top destinations in Malta

  • Bugibba
    best for modern hotels
  • Gozo
    best for scuba diving
  • Mellieha
    best for secret coves
  • Sliema
    best for sun and style
  • St Julians
    best for festivals
  • St Pauls Bay
    best for culture
  • Valletta
    best for ancient history