Malta Holidays 2024/2025

An island with a heritage tracing back to ancient times, today Malta holidays transport you to an enticing destination where sun, sea and smiles are just the start. Shopping, dancing, sailing, cycling, golf, museum trips and coastal strolls – Malta is ready to welcome you however you love to holiday and whoever you love to holiday with.

Malta Holiday Deals 2024/2025

The beating heart of the Med

Although it’s a little island with a big personality, you may have already seen more of the island than you thought, even if you’ve never had the pleasure of an All Inclusive holiday in Malta. Film-makers flock to the country to take advantage of the heat, scenery and history. Of course, those reasons alone only scratch the surface of what Malta can offer and you can rest assured of a relaxing and sometimes surprising destination.

Located 80 kilometres south of Italy, Malta’s Mediterranean charm shines through in every morsel of its wholesome cuisine and every grain of sand on its rugged, inviting beaches. Its history goes back well before the Middle Ages, with St Paul’s Bay named for the legendary biblical figure said to have shipwrecked there.

The island itself has been passed between Phoenician, Greek, Roman, French and British rule. Today Malta is an independent island with its own identity, which gives it more than enough charisma to warrant taking advantage of year-round Malta holiday deals. It may not be one of the most talked about holiday destinations but it’ll certainly pleasantly surprise.

Holidays in Malta


Cities with spirit

If you’re all about city trips, Malta package holidays won’t disappoint. Its capital, Valletta, was named for French mediaeval knight Jean Parisot de Valette, yet the city itself boasts a grand mix of influences. Baroque architecture and classic Mediterranean buildings are streets apart from rustic old English-style pubs and more modern apartment complexes. As you’d expect, shopping and dining here are also superb. You’ve got to try yourself some Maltese bread before the holiday is over. 

For many though, it’s Sliema that ticks all the boxes. It’s a city that’s transformed in the modern era into a cosmopolitan playground for travellers from every corner of the world. The fact that it’s located right beside the gorgeous Mediterranean Sea certainly does plenty of favours for the town too, with a scenic marina and ample opportunities for a coastal stroll. Shoppers flock to Sliema and the district known as The Ferries, where fashion boutiques line the streets by the score. Your holiday to Malta may turn into a multi stop city tour!

Enjoy life by the sea

Malta is an island that’s often voted one of the happiest and healthiest places in all of Europe, and its relationship with the sea has plenty to do with that. Malta’s beaches are actually thought to be some of the finest in the Med. While you’re going to have the chance to enjoy plenty of hidden coves and sandy beaches, the majority of Malta’s most popular shorelines actually fall on the more rugged side of the spectrum. Rocky flats are where deckchairs congregate and sunbathers gather to immerse themselves in the hot sunny rays. 

Mellieha Bay and its other northern Malta counterparts buck that trend though with sandy beaches and in other parts of the island sand has been imported to provide traditional sunbathing spots. With bright white sands and crystal clear waters, Malta makes the perfect destination for beach holidays, plus with most beaches offering umbrellas and sunbeds, you can enjoy a cold beer or fresh ice cream in luxury. Lots of the beaches make ideal spots for snorkelling and scuba diving because of the clear waters so be sure to add that to your must-do list.

Out on the water, sails dot the horizon, water-skiing daredevils race by and divers prepare their equipment for a sojourn beneath the surface. You’ll have to make sure you join in on the fun to make the most of your holiday to Malta.

Malta has plenty to do

Booking a cheap holiday to Malta is an all round must, it might be a little island, but you can never accuse it of being a boring place to be. With so much to do you want to make sure you’ve got plenty of spending money to tick it all off. Golf courses, bowling alleys and parks full of cricketers and football fanatics make for an active community that welcomes the chance to test its sporting mettle against visitors.

Cultural tours are abundant too so you can take boating trips down to the Blue Grotto, or if you’re interested in a bit of history head down to the famous Grand Harbour, a military location of huge strategic importance in years gone by. You can also enjoy cathedral visits in the capital and take some impressive photos. 

If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, you even have the chance to tour Game of Thrones’ filming locations alongside actors who’ve appeared in the series. Fill your Instagram up recreating some of your favourite scenes! Nature lovers will feel right at home at Malta’s falconry park or one of the numerous nature reserves. There really is plenty to do on holiday in Malta, so plan it before you jet off to make sure you don’t miss anything.

Evenings out

Don’t worry, when the sun sets, the fun doesn’t stop in Malta. Nightclubs in Sliema and feel good pubs in Mellieha Bay showcase both party atmosphere and classic Maltese laid-back living, while you’ll have numerous chances to dance until sunrise by the shore. Cocktail bars and quirky backstreet haunts round off your choices wonderfully, so entertainment is available in Malta, morning, noon or night – even if you’re not looking for that party vibe.

St Julian’s is a popular pick for nightlife in Malta among the younger party audience. There’s a variety of venues indoors, outdoors, on rooftop terraces and even underground, plus with a beer costing you only €2.50 on average, you won’t be emptying your wallet. The bars offer happy hours to get the evening started and you’ll be dancing the night away until sunrise.


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