Malta is popular with those in search of sun and sand and it’s clear to see why, as the sun shines on this destination over 300 days each year. There is also an abundance of lovely beaches. The country is deservedly popular with history and culture fans, thanks to its immensely rich past. Malta has more historic monuments and sights per square mile than anywhere else on earth.
There’s a great range of hotels in Malta, meaning that it’s easy to find just the right accommodation for the kind of holiday you want. For the cost-conscious, cheap hotels in Malta give you a clean, comfortable base from which to explore the island, while luxury hotels in Malta can provide every imaginable facility, along with beautiful decor and fabulous food.
English is spoken in Malta one of the remnants of a past period of British rule. There are other signs of this history too, in the form of red telephone and post boxes. The culture, however, is distinctly Maltese, while the climate and food lean more to Mediterranean, the latter also displaying Middle Eastern influences.
Whether you want a family holiday or you’re a young single or couple in search of lively nightlife, Malta has just the right resort and hotel for you. The island’s beaches are very clean, safe, and good for swimming, and are therefore very popular with families, as well as divers and snorkelers who want to explore beneath the surface.
The Maltese know how to party and the island’s calendar is crammed with festivals and carnivals. It is also becoming popular with clubbers in recent times, thanks to the vibrant nightlife. For those who like their evenings to be slightly more sedate, there are also some smart cocktail bars and restaurants to sample.
St Julian’s is an upmarket destination that offers plenty of nightlife options, while nearby Sliema has a selection of stylish restaurants and bars. For those who love history, the island’s capital of Valletta is a must and, as well as exploring the architecture and relics, it is worthwhile taking a ferry trip across the town’s Grand Harbour.
Maltese cuisine makes the most of the fresh fish and seafood amply provided by the Mediterranean Sea, while dishes combine flavours from the Middle East as well as the Med to create delicious dishes that showcase local produce.
If enjoying Malta’s sun, coastline, food, history and culture appeal to you, why not check out our range of hotels in Malta?