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Small though it is, the Mediterranean island of Malta is likely to be more cultural and cosmopolitan than you could ever imagine. In a single day, you could swim at sandy or rocky beaches, admire scenic countryside views, delve into Malta’s turbulent past, and dine at Michelin-starred restaurants. All are within quick and easy reach!


Malta has practically constant sunshine, but the seasons still change. Summers that are pleasant and ideal for the beach, springs that are dazzlingly colourful and bright, moderate winters, and cosy autumns. Malta is certainly endowed with beautiful weather, which makes it a desirable trip year-round, peak season or not.


Whether travelling alone, with family, or with friends, there is a complete programme of social events. You’ll never get bored in Malta thanks to events like the Strawberry Festival in the spring and the Notte Bianca cultural all-nighter in the fall, as well as the monthly village feasts in the summer and Easter Week (with its big processions and open-air exhibitions of traditional art).


Malta is the perfect vacation spot for tourists from various backgrounds.

Do you yearn for a slower tempo? You’ll adore Malta’s proximity to the sea, its opulent spas, its authentic food, and its exquisite natural beauty places.

These characteristics can be seen throughout the island in cities and villages such as the fishing hub of Marsaxlokk, Mgarr with its breathtaking countryside and sea views up north, Siggiewi and Zejtun down south, and, of course, Lija, Attard, and Balzan, also known as the Three Villages. And there are a tonne more contenders besides these few.


Alternately, if you’re a party animal who enjoys the energy of the city, Malta has enough to offer you as well. Imagine modern, high-rise buildings, 5-star hotel amenities, shopping centres with high-end and designer goods, and hip bars and clubs where you can party till the sun comes up. The well-known entertainment districts of St. Julian’s, Paceville, Sliema, and Bugibba, as well as the areas around them, are just waiting to be discovered. Award-winning international food is also available, whether for fine dining or casual eating, all of which attest to Malta’s strong cosmopolitan side.


Malta makes up for its small size with culture and history. In its small island setting, Malta manages to fit three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Malta is home to the legendary Megalithic Temples, the al Saflieni Hypogeum, and the capital city Valletta, which was founded by the Order of the Knights of St. John and is even older than the Pyramids. St. John’s Co-Cathedral, the Grandmaster’s Palace, the Manoel Theatre, and the National Library are among its collection of magnificent Baroque structures.

And let’s not forget the Three Cities, which are located across from the Grand Harbour from Valletta’s Barrakka Gardens. Alternately, go even further back in time with a vacation to mediaeval Mdina or the Cittadella in Gozo if you enjoy fortified cities and desire the most Instagrammable twisting streets possible.


Although many visitors on Malta holidays will perhaps take the ferry to enjoy a day trip to the island of Gozo, others will choose it over Malta itself as their preferred holiday base. As a holiday destination in itself, Gozo remains unspoilt and relatively undiscovered and is a perfect location to relax and unwind!

Though only a 20 minute ferry ride away from Malta, Gozo holidays present such a diverse contrast with a landscape rich in hills, valleys and rugged cliffs. It has a unique charm all of its own for those who enjoy getting out into the great outdoors in a completely natural setting and it has plenty of things to both see and do.


Holidays to Gozo are well suited to couples looking to get away for a few days in the sun as well as family holidays where you can relax and unwind. If the thought of getting away from it all on a secluded beach under the Mediterranean sun appeals to you then choose Gozo!

Much of Gozo’s nightlife lies within its hotels and tranquil restaurants which feature plenty of Gozo’s favourites like fresh fish, olives, figs, honey and cheese all of which are produced locally. For a night out it would be best to take the ferry to Malta and head out in Valletta or Paceville.

Gozo holidays offer a spectacular contrast to a break in Malta. in Gozo you can take in some truly majestic countryside dotted with stone farmhouses and sweeping pastures combine with interesting rock formations, caverns and caves and some of the bluest water you’ll ever see. All of contributes to the holiday experience and leaves you with magical memories that will live long after your holiday to Gozo is over.


You may be wondering where to stay now that you know where to go and what to do while on vacation in Malta. One of Gozo’s leading vacation rental businesses, Gozo Selfcatering Holiday Homes offers some of the island’s best lodgings. These homes—villas, farms, and apartments—have a special charm and personality that is hard to discover in other places.

We can help you organise your holiday from beginning to end because we are located in Gozo. All of the rental properties we offer are of the highest calibre, and we frequently check in with our customers to make sure that their needs are being met and exceeded. Other Holiday Homes in Gozo also provide additional services to enhance your vacation in Gozo. There are numerous extra activities, Gozo Car Rental, and transports to and from the Malta Airport.


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