Whether you are a lover of the sea and the sun, a water sports enthusiast, a party lover or in case you would prefer to visit magnificent cultural sites, there is always something to do in Malta. I propose here 5 activities to be carried out during your stay:
1. Come and enjoy the magnificent blue lagoon of Comino
Comino’s blue lagoon is one of Malta’s best bathing spots and its turquoise waters are really similar to Maldives or Seychelles’ ones. With its white sandy beach, you will feel like you are in heaven! Several privately-owned shuttle boats or taxi boats take you to Comino Island, where the blue lagoon is located, from Malta from the Cirkewwa or Marfa bay ferry terminal.
2. Come and explore the seabed of Blue Hole, Gozo
If you are a fan or a scuba diver, this activity is for you! The Blue Hole Gozo is probably the best diving site in Malta, it will enchant you and train you in its caves, drop-offs, and arches. If you also want to discover this magnificent diving spot where time stops for a moment, meet us in the west of Gozo, a few kilometers from the city of Victoria.
3. Evenings in Malta
You will enjoy a stroll by the sea with your spouse, alone, with family or friends and enjoy the terraces for a drink in a cozy atmosphere. If you are more party-lovers, you will prefer clubbing in St Julians and Paceville as Malta is becoming the place to party. Animated all week long, the clubs with free admission, the bars, the chichas, and the fast foods follow one another on the Paceville alley. Whether you like Latin music, Dancehall, R&B, techno or pop you will find your happiness to spend a good evening.
4. A hike along the cliffs of Dingli
Whether you are sporty or not, you will enjoy the calm, the landscapes, the sun, and the sea. For a moment you will feel almost alone in the world. Hikes are accessible at all levels; it is preferable to leave with a guide because he will tell you at the same time anecdotes about the island and its history. He will take you to the most beautiful corners that you might miss if you decide to venture there alone.
5. Visit Marsaxlokk
Boats and colorful houses, Marsaxlokk keeps its own charm. On Sunday mornings you can participate in the waterfront market and negotiate good products for good prices, also take the time to take one of these famous Marsaxlokk boats and discover St Peter’s pool, the clear turquoise blue waters and the pearly white rocks are worth a visit!