Malta Holidays

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Holidays to Malta

Malta frequently sails under the radar as a European holiday destination, but this tiny isle has plenty to offer tourists. The warm, sunny summers, pretty beaches and balmy sea alone should be enough to tempt you here, especially with the local wine and fresh seafood. But add in a fascinating (military) history, stunning architecture and some treasure troves of art, and it’s starting to sound like a gem. Malta is popular for scuba diving and snorkelling, as well as for yachting and other water sports. It’s also a wonderful place to hike. But whether you’re getting active or simply indulging in a few sunshine-soaked days on the shores of the Mediterranean – Malta holidays are a dream.

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Top holiday packages to Malta

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Sliema, Malta

Ax The Palace

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St Paul's Bay, Malta

AX ODYCY

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St. Julianʼs, Malta

Corinthia Hotel St. George'S Bay

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St Paul's Bay, Malta

db San Antonio Hotel + Spa – All- Inclusive

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St. Julianʼs, Malta

Hilton Malta

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Sliema, Malta

Ax The Victoria Hotel

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St Paul's Bay, Malta

QAWRA Palace Resort & SPA

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Il-Gżira, Malta

Bayview Hotel By St Hotels

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Mellieha, Malta

Paradise Bay Hotel

Travel tips for Malta

FAQs

Your Malta questions answered

What's the best way to hop between the islands?

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Forget about swimming – unless you're a fish. The best way to island-hop is by ferry or boat. Regular ferries run between Malta and Gozo, and boat trips to Comino's Blue Lagoon are a must-do. It's like taking a mini-cruise with breathtaking views, only without the fancy captain's dinner.

Is driving in Malta like taking a spin on the left side of madness?

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Are Maltese knights still a thing, or is it all about Game of Thrones now?

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Will I need to pack a translator or brush up on my Maltese?

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Can I use my sterling pounds to pay for a round of Cisk?

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Is Malta just one big rock in the Mediterranean?

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