The Maltese archipelago is a real jewel for land sports enthusiasts. Malta offers a large selection of outdoor activities, since its either green, either rocky vast plains enable numerous adventurous land sports such as cycling. Besides being cheaper and greener than renting a car, bicycles also allow holidaymakers to visit Malta in an authentic way. So come try biking in Malta – great sensations and loads of fun guaranteed, while keeping fit!
Trekking (or hiking) in Malta is one of the best options to discover the archipelago. In a peaceful and hassle-free way, you will get the time to appreciate the intact sceneries the Mediterranean has to offer. Thanks to a gentle Mediterranean climate, this adventure activity stays accessible almost all year round and attracts visitors from all over the world. Hiking in Malta is a magical experience. In a either serene, either sporty pace, you will get to explore the islands and discover abandoned farmhouses, prehistoric temples, authentic chapels, hidden caves and much more!
Marsascala is a small and lovely town found along the south-east coast of Malta. Being an ancient fishing village, the town has expanded a lot through this industry. Nowadays, Marsascala is an authentic and truly serene city, with a quite active centre during the peak months of the year. It is therefore a location of choice for fine accommodation when coming on holiday in the island. Close to the more popular fishing village of Marsaxlokk, the town is an ideal place to visit, with its picturesque bay and its colourful harbour apart from the numerous bars and restaurants with breath-taking views. Continue reading
Freshly finished and presently open to the public, the unique National Aquarium of Malta in Qawra Point is another great attraction to add to Malta’s – already well-filled, collection. Massive building that simply can’t stay unnoticed when passing on Qawra’s promenade, the starfish-shaped structure includes, among others, a public aquarium with touch pools as well as a public garden, a diving institute and an already famous beach club, the Café Del Mar. A new attraction to try – ASAP! Continue reading
Malta’s contrasting landscapes – either rocky and hilly, either flat – make it the perfect place to perform many sports and activities. The great green plains that one can find on the island notably allow the practice of an entertaining yet luxurious game: the golf. This love story started in 1888, when the first game was played on a 9-holes course in a club around Valletta. Nowadays, the sport as well as the club incredibly improved and offer to visitors a relaxing leisure activity, once again in an amazing and unique setting! Continue reading
Being an archipelago, Malta boasts an amazing as well as interesting marine wildlife. But in fact, the underwater world is kind of secret and unless you’re a diver or own a submarine, that’s a natural scenery you can’t really approach from very close. Well, Malta thought about it and created the first Underwater Safari excursion in the Mediterranean. Aboard this safari boat, you will explore another facet of the island and discover more about its underwater surroundings. This is the ideal solution to see the Maltese submerged world without getting wet, so grab your camera and jump in!
When talking about an exclusive experience, Malta always likes to surprise its visitors. This time, the island offers a major attraction: The Falconry Centre, which is the first and unique bird of prey centre in the archipelago. The park holds a main particularity though, as its aim is to re-introduce the falconry tradition in Malta as well as protect and breed native species, while keeping visitors entertained. An attraction as majestic as its creatures, for family fun and adventure! Continue reading