Malta

Floating in the Mediterranean Sea just south of Sicily are the stunning islands of Malta. With a history of shipwrecks, conquests, emperors and knights behind it, Malta is now an independent nation and home to over 445,000 people.

A warm climate and plethora of luxury hotels attract tourists from all over but the Maltese Islands also boast three UNESCO World Heritage sites, mythical theories and 7,000 years of history to explore. The Megalithic Temples are some of the oldest free-standing structures in the world while the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum is a huge underground structure excavated circa 2,500 B.C. and is well worth a visit.

Some people believe that Malta was part of the Lost City of Atlantis and with its striking sea line it’s easy to believe in fairytales – the limestone arch, Azure Window, and Homer’s Calypso’s Cave are both something you’ll want to add to your checklist.

Mdina, the nation’s medieval capital, is a fortified city that only allows cars of residents on the roads so you’ll have to explore on foot. The modern day capital of Valletta, on the other hand, is so concentrated with historical areas architecture that you’ll want to explore on your own two feet so that you don’t miss anything!

The Maltese are warm and generous people. Once you’re done exploring, be sure to find yourself a seat somewhere to enjoy a Kinnie and take in some traditional Maltese folk music (ghana).

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From $2,050.00 per person

Venture to picturesque Malta to explore layers of undisturbed history and otherworldly landscapes, from its ancient architecture to buzzing fisherman's markets.

From $2,600.00 per person

Our Malta Regional Discovery tour explores a land like nowhere else and must be experienced to fully appreciate the beauty and history.

From $4,099.00 per person

Explore the wonders of Malta on this incredible tour, which takes you from the capital, Valletta, to the historically rich towns of Vittoriosa, Mdina and Gozo.

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