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This perfectly placed Mediterranean country enjoys an ideal climate that shines down on beautiful island surroundings. Enjoy a getaway filled with cultural and coastal charm on Malta holidays.
This small island is found underneath the toe of Italy and above the continent of Africa. The central Mediterranean location has meant that Malta has had a major role in European history.
While there are plenty of cultural and historic themes, buildings and surroundings in Malta, there are plenty of tourist facilities too with wonderful harbour areas, superb accommodation and exciting attractions to please all visitors.
Each of the holiday resorts are placed by the north and east coastlines of Malta which provide idyllic waterside settings and also present aquatic activities that take you around this and to other islands.
One of the livelier resorts in Malta, Bugibba features bars and clubs that attract visitors from across Europe and from all over Malta.
The resort also features the commodity of a small but sandy beach. The bay area includes plenty of watersports and some great nearby places to eat and drink.
The nights are fun and exuberant but the days can be too with some great activities available. The Splash & Fun Water Park is a great choice for families who have brought children on holidays to Bugibba.
Home to the largest sand-covered beach in Malta, Mellieha Bay is the classic image of a Mediterranean holiday resort.
The 850-metre long beach is a 20 minute walk from the main town which features a mix of cultural surroundings and tourist-centric fun. You can gaze upon the classic structures of churches and statues or go wild in the water at the Popeye Village attraction.
The capital of Malta, Valletta, is a short ride across the water away from this resort and between the two towns there are some fantastic shopping, dining and nightlife opportunities to sample.
This small resort is tailor-made for the tourists simply looking to relax. Nearby towns like Bugibba provide activities and excitement if you seek it but more people choose to take it slow here rather than exhaust themselves with nightlife and watersports.
The beach found in Qawra is a pebbly surface that has been awarded the European Blue Flag to signify its safety and cleanliness. The coastal setting also features a good selection of bars and restaurants nearby too.
The nightlife here is typically chilled with live music performed across many of the pubs and bars.
Many of the highlights within Sliema overlook the Mediterranean Sea from the promenades. A lively offering of nightlife is presented along The Strand and a large shopping complex is featured at The Point.
Sliema is a stylish resort where luxury boats and yachts are seen at the docks and anchored off the shoreline. You can view the coastal scenery of Sliema from the 5km long pebbled beach; not the most comfortable surface to lie on but there are plenty of sunloungers waiting for you.
Sliema is a great starting point for an adventure on the surrounding seas. Head out on your own or with a sailor to discover new sights, locations and diving opportunities around Malta.
The promenade and the small but beautiful beach are the focal points for holidays in St George's Bay. The waterfront settings present a fantastic selection of cafés, restaurants, bars and pubs where you can drink and dine while enjoying the scenic setting.
Paceville and St Julian's Bay are found within 4km of the resort meaning you can enjoy the nightlife, coastal settings and attractions within these two popular towns too.
Adult visitors will have the most fun in this resort thanks to its relaxing utilities and accessible nightlife. A range of holiday resorts can be reached from St George's Bay and the ancient city of Mdina is just 20 minutes away from the coast too.
A large area on the northern half of Malta that encompasses a range of holiday features. The bay area of St Paul's is home to a beautiful marina and boardwalk as well as plenty of places to lay your towel out underneath the sun.
You'll find both sandy and pebbled beaches across St Paul's Bay as well as a whole host of exciting watersport and boating opportunities.
The town is also ideally located by some terrific inland areas too. Make the short trip to the Xemxija Heritage Trail to hike along a long Roman road featuring an array of historic relics along the way.
Holidays to Malta can be enjoyed at almost any point of the year with an annual guarantee of at least 300 days of sunshine. The average highs stay warmer than the UK all year round too with January reaching 16°C and July and August hitting a fantastic 32°C.
The summer is often Malta's most exciting time with high visitor numbers enjoying the nightlife, activities and events that are in full swing from late April until late September.
Having recently undergone a seven year restoration project, the former capital of Malta is ready for you to explore. The 'Silent City' is filled with impressive and important structures that have been part of the fortification for centuries. Learn the history and view the sights in this spectacular inland town.
If you're looking for a souvenir with real Maltese charm then head to the island's capital on a Sunday. It can get very busy here so set off early to shop for locally made goods like leather, ceramics, jewellery, clothes and much more.
Malta's little sister, Gozo is a stunning island just off the north west coast of Malta. Enjoy the boat ride over then explore the Inland Sea, Fungus Rock and Azzur Window before spending an hour or two browsing the famous shops or enjoying a traditional island meal.
Located between Malta and Gozo, Comino is a small island that has plenty to discover. The natural sites to view and tour include the naturally formed Comino Caves and the vivid colours of the Blue Lagoon. Take a boat trip to this terrific island or simply stop by on your way to Gozo.