Malta is, quite rightly, a popular, picture-postcard of a typical holiday destination, with its stunning sands, tempting waters and warm climate. But with the right guide you could soon discover that there is much more to this little paradise island…
Malta has a fascinating history built up through the centuries by the many settlers that came to the coveted island. Explore its towns and villages and you’ll encounter monuments and influences of the likes of Phoenicians, ancient Greeks, Romans and Arabs, who all left their mark.
Walking tours of grand gardens, regal palaces, temples and notable cathedrals will open your eyes to a Malta you may not have encountered before. A guided visit to Casa Bernard, a 16th-century mansion that is still a private home, with period furniture and art collection.
Join us on a journey around Malta and throw yourself in to the many celebrations held throughout the year, such as the Malta Jazz Festival, the Marsovin Wine Festival, the Malta International Airshow and Notte Bianca in October. What better way to learn about the magic of Malta than by sharing in local festivities with the people who are privileged call it home, and make it the favoured destination that it is?