Located in the heart of the Mediterranean within 100km of Sicily and opposite Tunisia, the Maltese archipelago became a part of history, the centre of all desires. During a package holiday in Malta you can visit the prehistoric temples, Baroque churches and magnificent palaces. Phoenicians, Romans, Greeks, Sicilians, Arabs occupied Malta before European dynasties became interested during the Middle Ages. Each civilisation has left its mark and thus giving the island great historical heritage. But it is also a destination of choice for adventure lovers. You can practice hiking, climbing, windsurfing, yachting, snorkelling and of course diving whilst on your package holiday to Malta. The island of Gozo is particularly recommended for the latter. Less touristy and more wild, Gozo is a haven for those who find Malta too densely populated and built up. If you wish, during your all inclusive holiday package in Malta, to find the spirit of what the archipelago looked like in the past, go directly to Gozo.
Several arguments can convince you to spend your holidays in Malta. First it is easy to arrange travel. They speak English, the transport is quite effective, short distances, some exotic local cuisine, you can make purchases in euros and a passport is enough to go there. And another important point to note is that in Malta the sun shines 365 days a year. There are no touristy seasons that should be particularly avoided when planning your holiday in Malta, however the summer period is the hottest and most popular. Due to the popularity of Malta, there is a wide range of accommodation available at reasonable prices. While on holiday in Malta we note that there are many sandy beaches, but it is better to take refuge in small coves! Finally Malta is an original destination, with lots to discover. 150 years of belonging to the British crown gives Malta a British side making it more exotic than the nearby Sicily and Tunisia, real landmark for travellers worldwide.
The Island of Malta
The Island of Gozo
The Island of Comino