Malta’s capital city with its sprawling harbour stretches over the island‘s eastern shore. This trip will guide you through Valletta’s vibrant streets, part of UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage, with planned stops at Barracca Gardens, which offer a great view of the Grand Harbour and the Three Cities, and the world-famous St. John’s Co-Cathedral.
Malta’s former capital city was built on a hill in the centre of the island and offers an imposing sight even from afar. Mdina, also known as “Silent City”, will send you on a journey to Medieval times. Small alleys meander towards a popular viewing platform that provides a great overview of the entire island on bright days.
Gozo Jeep Safari Tour
Day trip to Malta’s small neighbouring island of Gozo! We’ll show you the most interesting places that regular bus tours would omit. Our experienced tour guides will take you on a beautiful coastal road trip to famous destinations like Azure Window, the capital city of Victoria, and other picturesque sites. Depending on the weather, swimming in the turquoise sea is part of the schedule as well.
Malta’s northern sandy beaches are quite popular and particularly worth visiting on the weekends. Golden Bay and its two smaller side beaches, Mellieha Bay and Paradise Bay, are definitely recommendable and easily accessible by bus, allowing you to discover the island at a tranquil pace.
Comino and the Blue Lagoon
Enjoy the crystal-clear water and experience Malta from its most gorgeous side! A sailing ship will take you along Malta’s coastline to the neighbouring offshore island of Comino. The Blue Lagoon is famous for its turquoise water and its Caribbean flair. Swimming and sunbathing on white, sandy beaches are actively encouraged!
Clubs, Bars, Restaurants
St Julian’s is the favourite destination for travellers who would like to enjoy Malta’s nightlife. Delicious restaurants and hip bars can be found on every corner. The district of Paceville offers clubs for all musical tastes with no cover charge. Havana Club, Hugo’s, Salsa Club Fuego and the Bar Native welcome you! Occasional live acts, a modern cinema as well as a bowling alley complement the scene.
Whether you’re already an experienced diver or a first-time user of diving masks and flippers, we can recommend the appropriate diving school for you. Get to know and love the enchanting underwater world of the Maltese islands!
Marsa Sports Club offers a club room and an 18-hole course near Valletta. The course offers a nice challenge for vacation golfers and is not too overwhelming for beginners. Some holes are difficult par fives that require some practice. The course is about 20 driving minutes away from the language school.
On this day trip to Sicily, you’ll be riding on a catamaran from Malta to Italy. After no more than 90 minutes on the boat, you’ll switch to a comfortable bus and visit the typical Sicilian fishing village of Pozzallo. In addition to an excursion to Catania, you’ll also embark on a trip to Mount Etna, the biggest and most active volcano in Europe – a definite highlight! Depending on the season, you’ll also be visiting either Taormina or Modica where you can take in the Mediterranean atmosphere one more time before sailing back to Malta.