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All inclusive holidays Malta

All inclusive holidays are all about kicking back, relaxing and not having to worry. Budgets are already all taken care of, leaving you to make the most of your hard-earned break. 

Food and drink are included in the price so you can enjoy what you want when you want it. And you can do as much or as little as you like, with plenty of entertainment, sightseeing tours, excursions and other activities. 

There’s also plenty of things for the kids to do, so they can be off having fun in a safe environment, while you can be having some precious me-time or spending time with your partner.

Top destinations for an all inclusive holiday in Malta

  • Corinthia Hotel St. George’s Bay – Facing the Mediterranean on two sides, Corinthia offers guests unrivalled comfort and luxury. The shore here boasts wonderful views of the sea, and the famous Dragonara Casino, which is just across St. George’s Bay. With plenty of water sports activities, a private pool, and various restaurants and bars, Corinthia is far removed from the hustle and bustle of Paceville.
  • Seashells Resort at Suncrest – With two outdoor pools, jacuzzi, Turkish Bath and the Carisma Spa, Seashells is a great place to relax, and a popular place for cheap all inclusive holidays in Malta. The Ambassador Lounge provides the entertainment and there are loads of fun activities for kids too like the fun boat, play area and water slide.
  • Sunny Coast Resort & Spa – Located in a picturesque bay on Malta’s northern coast at Qawra, Sunny Coast has over 90 self-contained apartments with catering facilities. Not feeling like cooking? There is a choice of restaurants and bars to dine out in. With a spa, outdoor and indoor pools, gym, water sports like scuba and snorkelling, and even a private beach, Sunny Coast has all the right ingredients for great all inclusive holidays in Malta.
  • The George Urban Boutique Hotel – The George is located right in the thick of it, in the heart of Paceville. Just a short stroll to the sandy shores of St. George’s Bay, as well as scenic St. Julian’s Bay and the stylish Spinola Bay, The George offers trendy, spacious rooms and a chic atmosphere. With a spa, indoor pool, rooftop terrace and delicious Italian restaurant, it’s just right for a relaxing time. 
  • Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort – Situated right by the seashore, the Marina Hotel overlooks St. George’s Bay and offers a wide choice of dining and leisure activities. A choice of 8 restaurants, 3 bars, and outdoor pool with kids’ section, and lots of entertainment, the Marina Hotel has everything necessary for family holidays.

Things to do in Malta on an all inclusive holiday

  • Getting around – At just 27 km (17 mi) long and 15 km (9 mi) wide, Malta is small and relatively easy to get around. The public bus service is efficient and inexpensive. It serves all the major tourist destinations and covers most parts of the island. There are many car hire options too and Malta’s roads are safe and well-maintained. 
  • Stadiums – The National Stadium, known locally as Ta’ Qali, is also the Malta Football Association’s headquarters. Along with three other stadiums, it plays host to the Maltese Premier League. 
  • Theatres – Since the early 18th century, Malta has embraced theatre as part of the local cultural scene. There are several venues on the island including the Manoel Theatre, built in the 1700s, the St. James Cavalier Centre, and the Mediterranean Conference Centre, as well as several open-air venues, which make for superb stage sets. 
  • Nightlife – Paceville is anything but what its name might suggest. This is party central in Malta. With myriad bars and clubs, it’s great for bar hopping, hookah smoking or dancing the night away. 
  • Celebrations and traditions – The Maltese islands play host to several cultural and religious festivals throughout the year. Christian holidays like Easter and Christmas are widely celebrated, as well as several other traditional festivals. There are also plenty of more modern cultural events like the Jazz Festival, International Arts Festival and Ghanafest. 
  • Shopping – There are many retailers and places to shop in Malta, but the capital Valletta is at the forefront. Head for Merchants Street and Republic Street first off. Tas-Sliema’s Tower Road also offers many places to spend your hard-earned cash, not to mention the various open-air markets, which have a strong place in Maltese culture. 
  • Top Neighbourhoods – St. Paul’s Bay, Qawra and Bugibba are the best places for cheap all inclusive holidays in Malta. For those who don’t need to be by the beach, Valletta is a stunning and old town with plenty of culture. The second island of Gozo offers a quieter, more traditional Maltese experience. 

Typical food and gastronomy in Malta

Malta has a traditionally rustic, seasonal-based cuisine which is the marriage of an eclectic mix of Mediterranean tastes. The island plays host to a range of speciality restaurants and many offering more local fares. Highly recommended is the Kapunata, a kind of ratatouille. Fish and seafood are also in abundance and a trip to the Marsaxlokk fish market will give food lovers an extra insight into local traditions. 

Weather & Climate in Malta

Malta has warm, sunny summers and cooler, sometimes rainy winters. The prime beach season is from April to November, so a Malta holiday during the summer months pretty much guarantees great weather. With August temperatures between 28 to 34 °C (82 to 93 °F), it’s Mediterranean weather as its best. Evenings during those summer months are warm and it’s easy to enjoy a night out without a jacket. The winter months are none-too-shabby either compared to the UK and Valletta has the warmest winters of all the European capitals with an average temperature of 15 to 16 °C (59 to 61 °F) during the daytime, with nighttime temperatures averaging at 9 to 10 °C (48 to 50 °F). The island also enjoys nearly four times more sunshine during winter months than London does.

Visa and migration info

 Malta is a member state of the European Union, and UK citizens, for as long as the UK remains in the European Union, are eligible for visa-free travel to Malta and can stay indefinitely. UK driving licences are also valid and as long as you have an up to date European Health Insurance Card, you will be entitled to state medical care. The EU has already stated that in the event of a no-deal Brexit, UK citizens will have the right to remain visa-free for 90-days inside a 180-day period. 

Accommodation in Malta 

All inclusive holidays to Malta are perfect for those wanting a hassle-free break in the sun. Perfect for families and ideal for couples or groups of friends in need of a well-earned break. Book once and with your flights and accommodation already taken care of, you only need to worry about what to pack.

Extra tips

There is a €0.50 per person per night charge when staying at any Maltese accommodation as part of the Malta Tourism Authority’s Environmental Contribution scheme. The contribution is capped at €5.

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