Water sports: The Maltese islands are a paradise for fans of water sports. Diving, snorkeling, swimming, parasailing, jet skiing, wakeboarding, windsurfing, deep-sea fishing and harbour tours, everything is possible here.
Culture: Discover ancient Neolithic temples and other important historic sites. Stroll through museums and art galleries and experience one of Malta’s traditional, vibrant festivities. Cultural excursions, theater and concert tickets and harbour tours are being arranged by the school.
Country lovers: Malta’s rough terrain is suitable for mountain bike tours, off-road excursions, hiking, climbing and riding. The school can also arrange go-cart, laser tag and paintball events.
Night clubs: Paceville in St. Julians offers you a vibrant night life. You’ll find everything from the most recent DJ club tunes to quaint piano bars and jazz clubs. Further, you’ll have access to a newly constructed shopping mall, an ice rink, a bowling alley and an IMAX cinema with 16 screens.
Relaxation: Relax in the sun by the pool or spend your day on one of Malta’s sandy beaches, rocky shores, or in one of its small bays. A number of excellent beauty farms and fitness centers are also located near St. Julians.
Leisure time and night life: St. Julians is Malta’s main coastal town with great shopping and entertainment venues. Cafés bordered with flowers, restaurants, a casino and a brand-new marina are spread along the bay.
Mountain biking: Malta’s gorgeous landscape is perfect for extensive bicycle rides. You can access splendidly constructed bike lanes near the coast, and if you’d like to discover the island on your own, off-road biking is available as well. Thanks to Malta’s mild climate you can enjoy these past time activities all year round, but you should be heat-resilient if you intend to do it in the summer.
Golf: Malta’s mild climate allows for year-round golfing. The venerable Royal Malta Golf Club offers special facilities for golf enthusiasts and those who would like to become acquainted with this sport. The club and its 18-hole course are among the oldest outside of Great Britain; the park-like facility is surrounded by palm trees and provides ideal conditions for a golf holiday with golfing classes at the renowned German Golf Academy. The combination of language and golf courses in Malta makes for a perfectly balanced vacation!