What To Do in Malta


The historic Island of Malta presents visitors with long-standing traditions.

Staying here for a week watching the Rolex Middle Sea Race like we are or while enjoying a shorter break you can explore the rich history and 16th century architecture in Malta’s capital city Valetta.

It does not take long to discover that feasts, celebrations and fireworks happen every weekend during the summer months on the Islands of Malta and Gozo and if you get the opportunity to join in you should make sure not to turn it down

Take time to visit the picturesque fishing village of Marsaxlokk and the Neolithic temples which date back to 3000 BC, the second largest natural harbour in Malta.

For those who love being on the water, the island’s adventurous side with water sports and a diving centre can be found at the Merkanti Beach Club. Here you can enjoy jet skiing, scuba diving and snorkeling in the pristine waters that surround the three islands that make up this tiny nation.