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The island of Malta is the biggest in the Maltese archipelago and boasts a capital city that's listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wander the heart of Valetta in the shade of facades with wooden balconies, walk down painting-lined corridors through the Grandmaster's Palace, and stroll beneath gilded decor inside Saint John's Co-Cathedral. Follow in the footsteps of the Knights of Malta by taking a boat across the Grand Harbour to the Three Cities.
Or do you fancy venturing inland? Savour some calm within the walls of the fortified city Mdina. The Phoenicians founded this age-old town that the Romans, then Arabs, later inhabited. You'll be taken aback by its contrasts – which even include a red telephone box standing against gold-hued stone. And fans of the television series Game of Thrones might recognise the bridge that leads to the city's Baroque main gate.
Once you've settled into one of our cheap or luxury hotels on Malta island, you can plan many outings for each day. Why not go for an early-morning swim in St. Peter's Pool, a cove that forms a natural swimming pool? Then you could stroll to the fishing village of Marsaxlokk. The luzzu boats – Malta's small, colourful, emblematic watercraft – feature protective eyes on their bows.
When the sun goes down, enjoy a refreshing dip in your hotel's swimming pool or head into the seaside resorts of St. Julian's or Buġibba, spots that remain lively late into the night.
Unwind in our welcoming hotel in the Buġibba district of St. Paul's Bay, near the Qawra area, or in one of our 4-star havens in St. Julian's, close to Valetta. They're among the best hotels on the island and they'll give you the perfect base for your Maltese adventure.
A weekend is the ideal period for an enthralling getaway to Gozo. You'll be delighted by the island's untamed scenery, its lush, undulating landscapes, its quaint, authentic villages and the charming cheerfulness of its friendly locals.
Admire the stunning panoramic vista from the Victoria citadel ramparts, discover the fascinating Ġgantija megalithic temple complex – one of the world's oldest manmade constructions, and marvel at the dome that crowns the Church of Saint John the Baptist in Xewkija – it seems to rise up from the middle of the fields.
And make sure to savour the finest local food products, including tasty thyme honey, delicious prickly pear jam and mouth-watering ġbejna – a local cheese from sheep's milk.
You'll see the archipelago's most beautiful colours on this idyllic little island. Dive into the turquoise waters of the Blue Lagoon – a bay between Comino island and Cominotto islet – and discover a life-size aquarium.
Your imagination will run wild as you walk along the craggy cave-pitted coast where pirates used to hide their booties.