Blue Lagoon




Domus Romana


Fish Display

Ggantija Temples


Local Street

By Night

MaltaThe Island

Malta packs glorious variety into its small archipelago. You'll find prehistoric temples, fossil-studded cliffs, hidden coves, thrilling scuba diving and sports facilities and a history of remarkable intensity.

The Deep Blue Sea

Malta's landscape contrasts rocky stretches of coast that end in dizzying limestone cliffs with sheltered bays that hide clear water and red-gold beaches. Above the water, walking tracks link isolated coves and surprising historical structures.

A Mediterrean Cocktail

Malta is home to a beguiling mix of cultures that has stewed together over generations. Traditional Maltese food mixes Sicilian and Middle Eastern flavours, while making use of local ingredients such as rabbit and honey.

Historic & Contemporary

Malta's geographical location in the centre of the Mediterranean made it an alluring and much-fought-over prize, and the islands are full of majestic above- and below-ground defences. Valletta was also the European Capital of Culture in 2018.


With an agreeable year-round climate Malta offers the ideal destination to attract sporting activities and events. It is an attractive destination for athletes looking for short travelling distances and top notch facilities

Sport Tourism

Sports tourism is a rapidly growing niche market that has been increasing significantly over the last years and further growth is expected in the future. Sport is evolving from being a highly organised form of exercise to one that is adapting to the different behaviours that are normally associated with leisure time activities. Nowadays people are more conscious about their health and quality of life, and this is one of the reasons why activity and wellness holidays have become a new growth segment in the tourism industry.