Excursions in Malta

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Malta has a lot to offer, from stunning UNESCO World Heritage Sites to dazzling fishing villages and natural spots. It’s also a fantastic place for a road trip.

In the capital, Valletta, you can stroll along the city walls and get a stunning view of the Grand Harbour at sunset. Or head to the Upper Barrakka Gardens for a different perspective.


Sliema is one of the most cosmopolitan towns in Malta, and a popular tourist destination. It’s a major hub for shopping, bars and dining.

Situated just to the west of Valletta, it’s a bustling area that offers a range of activities and attractions. It’s also home to some of Malta’s best beaches and has a lively nightlife scene.

The seafront promenade (known locally as 'the front') is an ideal place to relax and enjoy the views of the Mediterranean. It’s also a popular spot for joggers and walkers and is particularly crowded on summer nights.

St. Julian’s

Malta is a tiny archipelago that mixes modern life with prehistoric history. Here you can find everything from a city of ancient monuments to a resort town bursting with nightlife, all in one small package.

St. Julian’s is a seaside resort next to Sliema that’s popular for its beaches, restaurants and cosmopolitan vibe. It’s also a good base to explore the rest of the island, thanks to its proximity to public transport.

If you’re looking for a more relaxing holiday, you could try Qawra (Our-ra), an attractive peninsula between Salina Bay and St. Paul’s Bay that’s becoming a hub for water sports.



The smallest capital in Europe, Valletta is packed with history. A wealth of civil, religious, artistic and military treasures - including the 320 monuments within its 55 ha - make it a fascinating city to explore.

Valletta is an enthralling mix of old buildings, fortifications and gardens that spill over the Grand Harbour. Strolling the sloping streets, you’ll spot ornate Maltese balconies, niches and shop signs.

One of the most lavish displays of Maltese art is found at St John’s Co-Cathedral. This church was designed by the Knights of Saint John and has a unique opulent style that includes mosaic marble tombs, frescoed walls and extravagant chandeliers.



With its narrow streets, ancient buildings, and breathtaking views over the entire island of Malta, Mdina is a true gem.

The walled city of Mdina is one of the most popular tourist attractions on the island, but it rarely feels crowded here. A trip here is an ideal way to explore the history and culture of the island.

The best way to get the most out of Mdina is to walk its picturesque narrow streets and take your time to explore all of its unique buildings. You’ll be able to see some stunning displays of Baroque and Norman architecture, as well as a number of palaces that are now private residences.



Comino is the smallest island in Malta and has some of the best natural attractions in the country. You can visit the famous Blue Lagoon, swim in Santa Maria Bay, and even hike up the cliffs!

There are ferries that go to Comino from Gozo and Malta daily. The trip can take up to two hours depending on which cruise company you choose and whether they are crowded at that time.

The Blue Lagoon is sandwiched between the island of Comino and its smallest brother called Cominotto (essentially small Comino). It’s a protected cove but it is also known for its dangerous cliff-diving – every year tourists get seriously injured here!

Mosta Dome

Mosta Dome is a magnificent church in Malta that’s one of the most popular attractions on the island. It’s a great place to learn more about local history.

It’s also famous for a miracle that happened here during World War II. A German bomb pierced the dome and fell in the church, but didn’t explode.

The Mosta Dome is one of the best places to visit in Malta because it has a beautiful dome and unique architecture. It also showcases a replica of the WWII bomb that fell through the dome and didn’t explode.

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The excursion was absolutely fantastic

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The excursion I booked through this platform was absolutely fantastic! The guide was knowledgeable, friendly, and took us to the most breathtaking spots. It was a well-organized and immersive experience that exceeded my expectations. Highly recommended!

I had an incredible time

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I had an incredible time on the excursion I booked. The guide was passionate about their city's history and culture, and their enthusiasm was contagious. They showed us hidden gems and shared interesting stories that made the tour truly memorable.

Booking this excursion was a great decision

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Booking this excursion was a great decision. The guide was not only a local expert but also a fantastic storyteller. They brought the city's history to life and made the tour engaging and interactive. It was a unique and unforgettable experience.

I highly recommend this excursion

–  4.9
I highly recommend this excursion for anyone visiting the city. The guide was passionate and had a genuine love for their city, which made the tour truly special.

It was an exceptional adventure

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The guide was a true local expert who showed us hidden gems and shared insider tips. The itinerary was well-paced, allowing us to fully immerse ourselves in the city's culture and history. It was an exceptional adventure that surpassed all expectations.