Malta – exclusive and affordable luxury

The Maltese archipelago, consisting of Malta, Gozo and Comino, is one of Europe’s best kept secrets.  Whether guests choose to explore the depths of history & heritage or immerse themselves in the natural escape that is Malta, they will discover a luxurious, yet affordable, oasis in the heart of the  Mediterranean.  A place of infinite possibilities and affordable luxury, Malta offers above and beyond any another holiday experience to deserving guests who have a taste for relaxation, adventure, pampering, history, fine dining and fun.  The perfect destination for a weekend break, the islands also hold a fantastic array of events over the year to tempt visitors to its shores; from traditional food, wine and religious festivals, to the Malta  Festival of Arts and the Malta Jazz Festival, Malta’s annual programmes attracts names from around the globe.  The Maltese islands boast 5 star hotels and the finest spas, unbeatable sailing and top sporting facilities, exclusive dining and charming boutique hotels, all surrounded by stunning beaches and clear blue  waters. With picturesque views, beautiful architecture and an array of activities to offer guests, Malta awakens and renews the senses of any holidaymaker. Just a three hour, direct flight from all over the  UK, guests can let the calm waves of the Maltese shores wash away the congestion and headaches of life.

Comments (7)

  1. Kay McMahon says:

    This sounds great, especially since I’m in Malta at the moment. A friend has invited us for lunch at Kempinskis on Gozo later this week. Am I looking forward to that?!

    I’ve no doubt I’ll be posting about it on ALTB soon.

  2. malta hotels says:

    Malta is one of the best place to visit in Europe. And it is famous for its beaches, churches, temples, foods and its local Maltese drinking beer.

  3. Emily M says:

    Always good to know when festival when booking holidays it always really adds something to your trip.

  4. Malta says:

    Anyone will definitely not be disappointed to visit the Maltese Islands. Loads of celebrities have accommodation in Malta and visit regularly too. Compared to other destinations, it’s generally cheaper as well.

  5. John says:

    While the sun and beaches are wonderful, one of the much under-rated things about Malta is the culture. The cities of Mdina, Valletta and Vottoriosa and stunning, and absolutely full of history.

    Well worth a visit.

  6. BC says:

    Im going to Malta this Summer in july. Im excited about this lil island(s). i’m trying to figure out if its better to stay in Valletta or St Julian’s? I am looking for a good city experience (shops, restaurants..etc.) as well as a good beach access within walking distance.

  7. John says:

    Malta has the sun, blue sea, and great social life. What more could anyone want :). I moved to Malta about 7 years ago for Wales, and i have never looked back. Plus, if you love history then Malta is the place to be.

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