A Mediterranean adventure may be all that you need to ditch your winter blues. Enjoying the hotspots along the sun-kissed coast, exploring the most exhilarating of walks or rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous, you will be sure to return from your break feeling like a new and refreshed you.
With flights starting from as low as £20, we can transport you to the sunny climes of Malta. Many hotels offer cheap rates for winter stays making it attractive to Brits who want to enjoy a lengthy visit or even spend all winter there. Eating and drinking can also be very reasonable if you shop and eat where the locals do.
Malta has something magical to offer every type of traveller.
If you are a nature enthusiast and like hiking, the winter season is right for you. The temperature is perfect for taking part in outdoor activities with the sun strong enough to pleasantly warm you without burning your skin.
St. Paul’s Bay Walk around Mistra Bay and Selmun Palace, considered to be one of the prettiest parts of the island, provides a beautiful walking route where you will experience the heritage and scenic views of this wonderful destination.
A visit to the capital city, Valletta, with its hauntingly beautiful streets, historic monuments and stunning architecture, is sure to make a good impression. Offering a fabulous range of shops, numerous restaurants as well as trendy wine bars, you will be truly spoiled for choice.
If you are a lover of class, sophistication and chandeliers, you could stay in Valletta’s Grand Hotel Excelsior located on the doorstep of the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Site with its cultural attractions and art treasures. This modern ten-storey hotel is just a few minutes’ walk to the city walls. Ideally located, you could literally do all your sightseeing from your balcony! This hotel has been a top choice for the likes of Lady GaGa, the Black Eyed Peas and Sir Tom Jones.
Whatever your preference, we can honestly say that Malta is a fantastic destination and definitely one to be ticked off your bucket list, so why not this winter?