Discover Malta with us
Whether you’re a history buff, a night owl, an adrenaline junkie, or simply a rambler wishing to be bowled over by natural splendour, the list of things to do in Malta is endless.
Whatever you’re looking for in a holiday, with so much to see and do, a trip to the Maltese Islands is an unmissable experience for any type of traveller.
With over 7,000 years of history, Malta is the ultimate holiday destination for any history buff! Home to some of the oldest free-standing temples in the World, the Islands have also played host to the Phoenicians, the Romans, the Knights of St. John, Napoleon and the British Empire.
OUT ON THE RAZZLE?
Festivals, theatre, clubs, bars, and more. No two nights are the same in Malta!
With an infinite choice of bars, clubs, casinos, theatres, and restaurants, Malta’s vast and varied nightlife caters to even the choosiest of night owls!
The Maltese people are very proud, and rightly so, of their local cuisine. This goes hand-in-hand with the abundance of produce which is grown, reared, or caught around the Maltese Islands. Fancy a glass of Maltese Wine? Visit one of the many local wineries and vineyards to go on your own wine journey.
GOZO & COMINO
Malta’s sister island, Gozo, is definitely worth a visit, , using one of the ferry-boats connecting the islands. Located between Malta and Gozo, one can find the charming Island of Comino - mostly uninhabited, with just one permanent residence, and a few campers throughout the year.
For you our "Malta Selection"
Delicious food is an essential part of traveling, which is why we want to introduce you to three great restaurants, two of which have received Michelin stars.
Rossini Cibo e Vino offers delicious dishes prepared by Chef Marco Rossini and a good selection of white, red, sparkling and vegan wines from all over the world, in a quiet and friendly atmosphere. You can choose from a variety of different meats, fish and vegetarian dishes, homemade pasta as well as homemade ice cream and desserts. You can also enjoy a relaxing atmosphere in the Zen backyard.
Bahia with Executive Chef Tyrone Mizzi is a charming bistro in Lija, a small village around ten kilometers west of the capital Valletta. It borrows its name from the typical regional navel orange Bahia, of which the region is particularly proud of its cultivation. Chef Tyrone Mizzi likes to experiment with the high-quality regional ingredients that the country offers him depending on the season. The well thought-out dishes just come along and surprise with comple- mentary combinations and wonderful
depth of taste.
ION - The Harbor was awarded a Michelin star within just six months of opening. The rooftop restaurant with terrace not only offers a great panoramic view of the Grand Harbor below the capital, but above all refined Mediterranean-inspired cuisine on a classic basis with modern accents. Executive Chef Andrew Borg has put together a menu that showcases the best seasonal produce from local farmers and fishermen. Five Michelin plates for new eateries across the country.