Malta Holidays 2016

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Mesmerising Malta

With its unspoilt beaches, clear waters and sizzling subtropical climate, holidays to Malta are the perfect remedy for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Whether you want to take a stroll along sun-kissed coastlines, marvel at architectural delights or immerse yourself in the captivating culture, you’re bound to find a destination in Malta that boasts plenty of things to do. Home to a total of nine UNESCO World Heritage Sites across the archipelago, the main allure of a Malta getaway is its undeniable beauty. From the spectacular sandy beaches of Mellieha Bay to the rocky shores of Bugibba, these vast landscapes are a photographer’s dream.

Historic hideaways

Of course aside from its sand, sea and endless sunshine, Malta holidays have their own fair share of culture and history. If you don’t fancy holding down your beach towel all day, you’ll enjoy taking a stroll through Valletta, Malta’s cosmopolitan and cultural hub. With its architectural treasures, it’s no surprise that Malta’s capital is a World Heritage Site – meander your way through aged buildings and striking monuments or linger over a coffee at one of the modern restaurants in the midst of the traditional town.

If you’re looking for escapism however, Gozo is the place to visit. The perfect antidote to the bustling beaches and tourist hotspots of Malta, this charming island has managed to retain its rural charm, resulting in a place where you’ll find yourself taking leisurely strolls amid the countryside or munching on a picnic on the red sands of Ramla il-Hamra beach.

Beaches and bars

Holidays in Malta really transform when the sun goes down, and you’ll never be short of places to visit, whatever your tastes. Those seeking a vibe of tranquillity should spend their twilight hours in Bugibba, a destination known for its vibrant beach bars and clubs as well as its picturesque harbour. Not only does it provide an excellent spot to indulge in a sophisticated seafood dinner – the sunset over the water is something not to be missed.

Alternatively, up the ante in St Julian’s. Guaranteed to get you wanting to put on your dancing shoes, this lively resort is the prime destination for those seeking a great night out. Start your night savouring the wonderful food and drink to be found in every corner of the resort, before heading to some of the great pubs and clubs that occupy the area. Whether your passion is for live music, laid-back lounges or adrenaline-pumping techno, you’re sure to find somewhere to keep your toes tapping until sunrise.

Useful information

Language
Maltese (English widely spoken)
Currency
Euro
Local time
GMT (+1)
Visa Information
Confirm you have checked passport and visa requirements for your destination with the relevant embassy and you will hold the correct documentation to travel. It is your responsibility to make sure you have the correct travel documents, including a passport, ESTA or a visa. If you do not, then lowcostholidays cannot be held responsible for any difficulties you may encounter or losses as a result.