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Experience Malta with us

This little island in the southern Mediterranean, offers much more than just clear diving waters, hot summer days and a thriving modern culture. Malta can boast some of the world's oldest existing manmade structures, unique and delicious cuisine, and narrow meandering streets that will charm and delight in equal measure. When you think about Malta day trips, then look no further than the ancient Megalithic temples or a visit to its neighbour island Gozo and the famous Blue Lagoon.

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Our tips for Malta

  • Take a trip to the Blue Lagoon. When weighing up what to do in Malta, one can't look past a day tour to Como and the Blue Lagoon. With a swim in its crystal clear waters, this is one of the highlights of any of Malta tours you decide to go on.
  • A day in the captial. Valletta makes for a perfect Malta day trip. Narrow, meandering streets, a castle and bags full of history to consume. Not forgetting the unique, delicious cuisine this city can offer.
  • Step back in time. Simple, one of the things to do in Malta from an historical perspective is visit the historical sites. Malta cab boast of some of the world’s oldest existing man-made structures. The Megalithic temples being one such Malta attraction that will delight. 

Good to know

Best time to visit
Like much of Southern Europe the peek visiting season is during the summer months (Jun – Aug) but the warm weather lasts until Oct. However, for those seeking a quieter Malta sightseeing experience, pack your bags in autumn, when the weather is usually warm, the beaches less crowded and the Malta day trips are minimal.
Getting around
Malta isn't a large island, so getting around is relatively easy. The local public transport is cheap and convenient to use, with buses and local taxis being the top two ways to get about. Of course, you can hire cars, but with the public transport being reliable and easy to use, there's no better way of seeing Malta.
Stay Safe
Malta is among the safest countries to visit in Europe. Using your common sense is the main thing to do as you travel around the island.

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