- 7 Nights,
14 Jul 2015
- Self Catering
If you are thinking of booking a holiday or just need some general advice, call:
0800 916 5100Call centre opening times:Monday - Thursday9:00am - 9:30pmFriday9:00am - 8:00pmSaturday9:00am - 8:00pmSunday9:30am - 7:30pm
If you have already booked a holiday and need to contact us, call:
0203 6361 985Call centre opening times:Monday - Friday9:00am - 7:00pmSaturday9:00am - 5:00pmSundayCLOSED
Malta draws tourists from all over the world thanks to its sunny climate, warm water and exciting outdoor activities, as well as a rich historical heritage stretching from mysterious prehistoric temples to ancient Roman mosaics, Ottoman invasions, and shipwrecked saints.
Malta's islands occupy an important spot in the central Mediterranean, standing at the crossroads of Europe, North Africa and the Levant. Visitors have enjoyed the subtropical climate, the warmest water in Europe and a wealth of natural beauty for millennia.
Nearly every civilization in the Mediterranean has made little Malta a stopping point, from the ancient Greeks to the armies of WWII and everyone in between. The result is an English-speaking island packed to the brim with ancient monuments and a unique mix of cultures that made Malta the perfect set for blockbuster films such as Gladiator, Troy and Alexander.
Today Malta is popular with tourists rather than armies, as it offers something for everyone. Holidays to Malta pack a lot into a little package: beaches and watersports, outdoor activities, nightlife, culture and history.