Malta may be small in size but it certainly is not small when it comes to entertainment and things to do while you’re here. From relaxation to exploring, you can rest assured that whilst in Malta, you will never get bored!
Tourists are treated to an extensive list of calendar of events and festivals which take place during the year in the towns and villages across Malta and Gozo. You can choose to go to local activities such as village feasts or to a local drama or opera in Europe’s second oldest theatre, the Manoel Theatre or else chill out on one of Malta’s smaller islands, Comino where the Blue Lagoon is situated.
To better understand the history of Malta, there’s no better way than to visit the numerous museums and heritage sites which can be found in various locations throughout the island. One of the top-things to do whilst in Malta is to take a cultural tour and explore Malta’s hidden wonders. You can do this either by taking a seaplane to view the island from above, or by boat and view the beautiful coastline or else you may opt for a jeep safari for a more adventurous trip.
Malta is renowned for the clear blue waters which are found around the coastline. If you want to spend a day relaxing and lazing around in the hot weather, you could go to one of Malta’s sandy or rocky beaches or maybe take a diving tour and explore the rich marine life which surrounds the Maltese coastline.
In the evening, there are lots of places where you can just relax and chill out or else for a little more excitement, you can choose to go bar hopping or to one of the many clubs and discotheques in Bugibba or the Sliema / St. Julian’s area.
Malta is full of things to do and explore and caters for all types of holidays, business or studies and the biggest advantage of a stay on the Islands is the fact that everywhere is close and everything is within reach within a short period of time!