Malta

Holidays to Malta

The Maltese Archipelago is formed by the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino. Strategically located between the island of Sicily and the north coast of Africa, it has been occupied throughout history by several civilisations which have left a mark in the cultural heritage of the islands.

With truly Mediterranean weather, stunning beaches, rocky cliffs, caves, plenty of activities, historical and cultural sites and with the UNESCO World Heritage City of Valletta, Malta offers everything you are looking for your well deserved holidays.

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Our Resorts

Our resorts are located on the North side of the Island and all offer something special; from beaches to historical sites, culture, nightlife and superb cuisine.

Additionally to Malta, we have packages available in the neighbouring islands of Gozo and Comino.

 

Malta brief

    • Flight duration: approx. 4 hours
    • Airport: Malta
    • Time difference: GMT +1 hour
    • Official currency: Euro €
    • Official language: Maltese and English
    • Climate: Mediterranean climate with long dry summers
    • Voltage: 240V A/C throughout the island, sockets outlets and sockets of flat 3 pin type are used
    • Typical Local Prices: Lunch €10-€12; Dinner (incl. wine) €20-€30; Glass of beer €2-€3 *Prices are approximate

 

For Children

Attractions include the Splash and Fun Water Park, swimming with dolphins in the Marine Park, the Playmobil factory and Popeye’s village.

Eating & Drinking

Restaurants cater to every taste with Italian, pub grub and international cuisine. Traditional dishes include ‘Ftira’ (tuna and olives) and ‘Fenek’ (rabbit). Popular local drinks are the non alcoholic ‘Kinnie’, and the beer ‘Cisk’.

Nightlife

Paceville in St. Julian’s is the most renowned area for pubs and nightclubs. The island is host to several music festivals in the summer.

Shopping

Shopping ranges from international shop chains to local handcrafts. Most shops close on Sunday.
 

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