Between Sicily and Libyan coasts, in the heart of the Mediterranean, lies the Maltese Archipelago, consisting of three main islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino. An ideal place for a custom-made holiday; Beach, mountain, relax, family hotels, in these islands you will find everything you are looking for to enjoy your days of rest.
As it is often the case on the islands, public transport does not get everywhere, so we recommend renting a car at Malta Airport. At a cheap cost you will enjoy the freedom of travelling around the island without ties.
All the great Mediterranean civilizations. Phoenicians, Greeks and Romans were in Malta and left their mark there. Roman Malta depended administratively on Sicily, a relationship that would grow throughout the Middle Ages, which created the Maltese nobility, completely Sicilian origin.
Both the main island and the most rural island of Comino are well-preserved Mediterranean islands whose focus is always a crystal clear sea, dotted with bays, fishing villages, caves and cliffs... places to get lost and walk without urgency. One of the best places to visit is the Dingli Cliff. It is truly spectacular to see the sunset over the sea from the highest part of Malta.
Malta's main beaches are on the northern side of the island, from Sliema to Mellieha Bay. It is the most tourist area with more hotels in Malta. In this place of beaches you can enjoy restaurants, bars, and all the usual services, from sunbeds to jet skis, surfboards, snorkeling, scuba diving...
We recommend you to visit the following beaches on the island, where you can spend an unforgettable day. Golden Bay is one of the most visited in Malta, although not the easiest to access, it is well worthy. Little Armier beach is very welcoming and has magnificent views of the island of Comino. Mellieħa Bay is the largest beach on the island and one of the most visited. Almost at the northernmost point of the island we find Armier Bay, from here you can see Gozo and Comino. The beautiful Paradise Bay is a small, north-facing sandy beach that has placid waters and is very close to the Ċirkewwa port.
Birżebbuġa St George Bay, in the south of Malta, near Marsaxlokk, is a small beach that has a lot of life. Usually this beach is frequented by Maltese, which gives it a unique character. Being a beach within the village, it has many services.