Things To Do & Try in Malta
There’s no end to the list of things you can try your hand at on Malta. The fact that it’s surrounded by crystal clear seas and has a fantastic climate mean that outdoor activities, especially water sports, are very well catered for. The island is a paradise for divers and an ideal place to learn how to sail, snorkel, windsurf and water-ski. Fishing is excellent here too as, of course, is the sightseeing and there are any numbers of ways to tour the many attractions from carriage to quad bikes and horseback to open top buses. You’ll be short of things to do and we’ve compiled a great list of suggestions in case you get stuck.
On a site devoted to a very small island in the beautiful Mediterranean it’s no massive shock that activities involving the sea feature fairly prominently. Boats, in particular, are regularly mentioned and it would be a crying shame if you were to visit and leave Malta without having at least one nautical experience. READ MORE
You’d think an island made up of a population that is about 95% Catholic would not be high on a list of holiday destinations for the gay traveller! You’d be wrong! The Maltese are an accepting and tolerant bunch, so the ‘pink Euro’ is welcomed here just as it is as anywhere else in Europe. READ MORE
So we know all about the beautiful beaches, the dazzling warm sea and the guaranteed sun but what are you going to do after dark? Well, if you like a lively night out, busting some moves on the dance floor long after the time when Cinderella’s glass coach departs then you’re in luck. Malta’s club scene is alive and it’s kicking! READ MORE
When the biggest names in pop, rock and dance music embark on a tour today they are no longer about getting your work seen by the masses and promoting your latest album and more about packing huge venues with massive crowds and making stacks of money. Artists now go where the big crowds are and in the summer especially, there’s a pretty big crowd of folks...READ MORE
Football - the beautiful game! It’s been around for a very long time. The world’s oldest league club is England’s Notts County – founded in 1862. And while you might be surprised to know that the game’s formal origins stretch back that far, you could be equally shocked to learn the Maltese game was not far behind. READ MORE
Rugby! Now that must be a difficult ‘sell’ to a new nation. Once you’ve been told that your job is to stop a 250lb man-mountain running at you at full tilt without the aid of a hunting rifle, you’ll be seriously and rightly concerned. But when you’re also told that you get none of that ‘namby pamby’ padding let alone a...READ MORE