Summer in Malta

Summer in Malta?

One of the few places that come to mind when considering a summer trip, along with Mallorca, Ibiza, the Greek Islands and a couple more places is Malta. An island with fun and sun where temperatures between 25 to 35 degrees are almost guaranteed and you’re certain not to get bored!

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Holidaying in Malta is a good idea for many reasons besides the beautiful weather all year round. Malta is rich in culture and history, has a population that is multi lingual, enjoys some outstanding resorts as well as some of the best cuisine in the world and was voted as one of the safest places in the world as well as the best quality of life. Malta during the Summer becomes a place of many different types of activities, ranging from spending a lazy day at one of our many beautiful beaches, to an abundance of water sports and experiencing some of the best dive sites in the world to experiencing first hand any of Malta’s famous village feasts – there is one nearly every night!

Here’s what we suggest you do in Malta during the Summer..

1)      Visit as many of the beautiful beaches towards the north of the island as possible, mainly Golden Bay and Ghajn Tuffieha which are two beaches located right near each other or Mellieha Bay since it boasts shallow waters which make it perfect for families. If you intend on visiting Gozo, Malta’s sister island,  then visiting Ramla L-Hamra  – a definite must to witness it’s beautiful red sand. You must also visit Blue Lagoon due to its beautiful crystal clear blue waters since it’s only a quick boat ride away to Comino, the uninhabited sister island which is located in between Malta and Gozo.

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2)      Experiencing Malta by Sea is obviously a great idea as already obvious. We suggest chartering a boat for the day and going around the island, especially a visit to the Grand harbor or the remote Dingli Cliffs to the west. Try as many of the water sport activities available on the beaches already mentioned or if you’re less adventurous, grab a snorkel and mask and swim through all the beautiful old caves we boast on the Maltese Islands.

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3)      After a long day at the beach in the heat, we recommend that you visit one of the many brilliant restaurants along the Sliema / St. Julians front, one of the fish restaurants in Marsaxlokk or visit one of the many older style restaurants in the historical city of Valletta – a UNESCO world heritage city boasting some unique architecture.

4)      Throughout the summer, Malta becomes one of the coolest nightlife places in the world. People from all around Europe have realized that Malta’s partying scene has really grown throughout the years and hosts some of the world’s best dj’s and music artists coming to perform on our island at events such as “Isle of MTV” or “Creamfields” . There are other festivals such as Earth Garden, beer festival, Wine festival and Jazz festival which also make for a unique night out. Bars, Restaurants, Casinos and Night Clubs are in abundance, ranging from cheap, free entrance clubs to high end clubs such as “22” which is located at the top of the Portomaso Business Tower in the area of Paceville / St. Julians.

5)      Something else which is a must do in Malta in summer is visit one of the local village feasts. Nearly every village in Malta throws a feast for its locality once in summer. You can definitely expect loud bands, fireworks and church bells to be ringing throughout the night as people celebrate in the streets.

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6)      Visit Mdina – the silent city. Malta’s old capital is quaint and quiet, and traffic free. This fortified city is a true gem bursting with unique architecture and history. A walk through at night is definitely worth it and some of the restaurants enjoy spectacular views of the whole island, which complement the local wine very nicely.

7) Rent a farmhouse – Many agents in Malta offer the opportunity to live in a typical farmhouse. Rent a farmhouse with a pool in Malta & Gozo. The historical gems, sometimes dating to over 400 years old have been converted to accommodate the ever growing tourist industry on the island. Chill out in the sun by the pool with your favourite beverage and enjoy a relaxing holiday with the family in a typical Maltese abode.

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 Malta is ideal for all ages and there truly is something to do for everyone. Whats more, the island is pretty small and its easy to get around.