7 Day All-Inclusive Tour of Malta
Malta is a great destination for a holiday and has all the things we look for in a destination. Great
weather, easy to access from the UK, lots of attractions to see great accommodations on several
parts of the island and very friend local people that are only too happy to tell you about their island.
Malta actually consists of three islands; the main island of Malta, Gozo and Comino. All three of the
islands offer something different and are all worth seeing if you visit.
The main island of Malta has been inhabited since before the days of the Romans and there are
Neolithic ruins on the island that are worth visiting. The population is just over 350 thousand
and this will grow during the main tourist season which is from March till November.
Although there are not a lot of large beaches on the island there is numerous small ones
worth spending the day at? The local bus service makes it very easy to cover all of the
villages and towns and they have a regular service which connects the island communities.
The main city is Valletta and it has a vibrant sea port with cruise ships visiting almost every
day. The city was once was part of the old fortress and the large walls can still be walked on
today. If you like narrow streets with shops and great cafes then you’ll enjoy Valletta!
Gozo which is on the north end of the island and can easily be reached by the car ferry which runs
approximately every 20 minutes and is inexpensive to take your car over if you decide to
rent one. If you’re on foot there is an excellent bas service on Gozo as well as the “Hop on
Hop off Bus” which will take you to all of the points of interest on the island. Gozo has a
slightly smaller population of approximately 120 thousand with a large group of expats that
now reside there.
Comino which is the smallest of the island is best known for its stunning “Blue Lagoon” and there is
also a 4 star hotel on the island which is only open during the peak tourist season. The water
in the lagoon is actually a beautiful aqua blue colour and the beach there is shelter so it’s a
great spot for the sun worshipers. Comino is serviced on regular bases by a smaller shuttle
service and several of the hotels on the north short run their own boats to the island for
We will be posting several hotels with prices in Jan 2016 along plans for longer stays on the island for
up to 90 days which might give the Florida crowd something else to consider for their winter
breaks. We will also be running tours there from the UK so watch out for this info in January
2016 with different hotel and food options as well as all inclusive packages.
Note: some of the towns we visit may be changed depending on time restrictions