Enjoy the traditional side of Malta by day or lap up the new and exciting nightlife, Malta offers it all. Ancient buildings, long-established history, magical islands capturing Mediterranean beauty and charm and superb sunny weather draws visitors year after year. Narrow streets meandering through towns and villages, uninhabited islands, medieval dungeons and caves, and ancient churches make you feel as though you are returning to a bygone era with villages still keeping to the old way of life. Malta is certainly charming but also offers a hip and trendy style to holidays in many of its resorts. St Julian’s and Sliema are popular areas where dining venues, bars and cafes come alive at night; the partygoers nightlife can also be found here. The stunning bay provides a beautiful backdrop to your evening wandering around these thriving coastal resorts.
North Madeira is home to resorts such as Bugibba, St Pauls Bay and Qawra, along with many other large sandy bays. From haven islands offering unspoilt beauty such as Gozo and Comino, to the south of Malta where Mdina the medieval city can be explored, you’ll not be short of things to see, do or visit. The sister islands are superb for uninterrupted water sports, and the quiet fishing villages that bustle during the evening are simply perfect for holiday makers wanting a portion of the real Malta whilst still enjoying a more tourist holiday approach. Enjoy traditional cuisine, local wine or contemporary new blends of Mediterranean cuisine; the capital Valletta is perfect for this. Combining archaeological sites, beaches and bays, and plenty of family fun and natural attractions, Malta is the perfect choice.