Malta Package Holidays 2024/2025
Malta – the very name conjures up thoughts of the George Cross and enough historical sights to keep you busy for a month. But there's so much more to this little beauty than a fascinating past. These days you're just as likely to hear about its film locations and nightlife as you are its history and culture. The Hollywood swords 'n' sandals epics Troy, Gladiator and Alexander were all filmed on the island's sunny shores. And world famous DJs are flocking here to spin some discs at the up-and-coming hotspots.
Malta Holiday Deals
3rd week free saving you up to £200pp
4★ San Antonio Hotel and Spa, Malta
2 weeks All-Inclusive with a 3rd week free on B&B from £629pp
No supplement for single travellers on selected datesValid from Gatwick on 06 Jan 23
Book early and save up to 5%
4★ Bella Vista Hotel, Malta
A week Half Board from £300pp
Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotelValid from Heathrow on 28 Nov 22
3rd week free saving you up to £200pp
4★ Seabank Hotel and Spa, Malta
2 weeks All-Inclusive with a 3rd week free on B&B from £769pp
No supplement for single travellers available on selected datesValid from Heathrow on 16 Feb 23
Free daily afternoon tea & biscuits on selected dates
4★ Qawra Palace Hotel, Malta
A week Half Board from £403pp
No supplement for single travellers available on selected datesValid from Heathrow on 22 Jan 23
Stay 7 nights only pay for 6 nights
4★ Dolmen Hotel, Malta
A week Half Board plus from £401pp
Enjoy unlimited local selected drinks during dinnerValid from Heathrow on 23 Jan 23
★★★★Nestled in the heart of the Seashells Resort on the bustling Qawra seafront, the Suncrest Hotel awaits you with its famously friendly and welcoming atmosphere. With easy access to the sun-kissed, sandy beaches of Malta's north coast (just a few minutes away by car) this is the place to be for sun worshippers.
★★★★One of the island's premier places to stay, the Canifor Hotel brings you four star facilities right in the heart of Qawra. Famed for its friendly and attentive service, it's one of those 'you won't have to lift a finger' hotels – the staff will do whatever they can to ensure you have a really relaxing holiday.
★★★★Elegance and modernity are the hallmarks of the Preluna Hotel and Spa, one of Sliema's foremost hotels. With elevated views out over Sliema to one side and the dazzling blue Mediterranean to the other, it is a peerless spot from which to gaze out over Malta's most popular holiday destination.
St Paul's Bay ★★★★With its contemporary features and facilities, the Dolmen Hotel makes a wonderful base for your Maltese holiday. Nestled on the edge of the sea, this impressive, largely glass-fronted hotel gives you a unique vantage point on the Mediterranean and St Paul's Bay. Location wise, there aren't any better places from which to explore the island. You'll be within easy walking distance of Bugibba and Qawra, ready to step out and experience the joys of Malta.
Marfa ★★★★When you really want to get away from it all, the Ramla Bay Resort is an ideal destination. With its own 350 metre stretch of coastline, it occupies a secluded spot on the northern coast. It all feels very exclusive and when you're sipping a long, cool drink on the private sandy beach you'll appreciate just what a special resort this is.
★★★★Get in touch with the idyllic Maltese way of life in Sliema, one of Malta's most popular holiday hotspots. And where better to stay than the wonderful Waterfront Hotel? With its four-star facilities and five-star outlook, it's the perfect place to enjoy the holiday lifestyle. Dip into the Mediterranean café culture; enjoy beautiful walks along the sea front, or indulge yourself with a little bit of shopping along the Promenade. The capital city, Valetta is just a ferry ride across the bay, or hop on a bus to the island's entertainment capital, Paceville.
Sliema, Malta - 3T
At the Hotel Plaza Regency you get two hotels for the price of one – it’s joined to the next-door Plaza Hotel, giving you access to both places. A prom-side setting has the Hotel Plaza Regency serving up sea views left, right and centre. A rocky beach and a family-friendly park also pull up opposite the hotel.
Qawra , Malta - ★★★★
Hotel Santana is situated in the heart of Qawra, in the resort of St Paul’s Bay. Its four-star facilities are complemented by a personalised service that ensures guests have a comfortable, relaxing stay. This hotel would be perfect for those who are looking to add some excellence to their holiday in Malta.
★★★★Situated in the heart of Qawra the newly refurbished db San Antonio Hotel and Spa provides easy access to the bars, restaurants and other places of entertainment in Qawra and Bugibba. Its excellent facilities include a fully equipped fitness centre and spa, and a full program of entertainment.
★★★★Qawra Palace Hotel is beautifully situated on the Qawra promenade, and affords wonderful panoramic views across Salina Bay. It's the ideal base for a wonderfully relaxing holiday. Shops, bars and restaurants are all within easy reach, as are the famous coastal towers built by the Knights of Saint John, while the hustle and bustle of Bugibba is only a few miles away.
Gozo , Malta - ★★★★
Located on a high ridge with views across the valley and down to the sea at Marsalforn, this attractively converted farmhouse hotel is run by a family and offers a homely atmosphere. Facilities include a lobby with a 24-hour reception, a safe and a currency exchange. A café, a bar and a restaurant are also offered for dining options and Internet access is also available. Room and laundry services (charges apply) and parking facilities are additionally provided.
Malta sits in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea. Its capital city Valletta has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site showing that this group of islands is the perfect blend of tradition and modernity. Sandy beaches, vibrant nightlife and a fascinating history make Malta and its two sister islands Gozo and Comino the perfect destination to whisk your partner away on holiday.
Do you enjoy swimming in the sea, sipping on a cocktail and relaxing on a sunbed? Malta offers incredible holidays with picturesque beaches that are perfect for spending quality time together in the sun. With rocky coves and sandy spots to explore, you’ll love discovering this beautiful country.
One of the most popular tourist destinations amongst UK travellers for years, a holiday in Malta will never fail to please. The island's history is world renowned and makes up the basis of its culture. Book now at our best ever prices!
Malta is an intriguing place, where mythical tales and medieval towns meet secret coves, friendly locals and a cool street food scene. Uncover the legends of Gozo island, watch opera in the Renaissance city of Valletta, or take your other half to a private beach retreat in St George's Bay for a candlelit massage under the stars.
Indulge in the culture, cuisine and sandy coves of Malta this autumn, where you’ll be welcomed with an average temperature of 21°C.
Make tracks for Mediterranean gem Malta in summer and discover hidden coves, harbour towns and superb scuba diving spots.
It has an historic 16th century cathedral, a sunbathed old town, rugged coastline with rock pools so big you can swim in them, as well as sandy beaches for sandcastle building. But best of all from my last holiday was sampling the pastizzi, a cheese filled version of our Cornish pasties. Bon appetite
Whether you plan to soak up the sun or wade into the water, Malta has the beach for you. Mellieha Bay and Golden Bay are two of the most popular sandy beaches in the archipelago, and there are also countless secluded coves along the coastline if you want to venture off the beaten track. Alternatively, seek out Ramla Bay in Gozo for a beach with unusual red sand and a stunning seascape.
Food & Drink
Maltese cuisine is a wonderful mix of French, Spanish and Italian influences. Look out for bigilla (broad beans and garlic) or widow’s soup with goat’s cheese on the menu. More Maltese morsels include locally-sourced fish in a lampuki pie or the traditional dish of fenkata (rabbit stew). Fancy a tipple? Malta’s wineries are beginning to get noticed internationally, so make sure you sip a glass of local wine made from gellewza grapes.
Catholic feast days are some of the most important dates in the Maltese calendar, celebrated with processions, fireworks and food. In Valletta, the European Capital of Culture 2018, you’ll find a wide range of art galleries and museums, including the Palace Armoury and the quirky Toy Museum. If festivals are more your style, check the dates for the Medieval Mdina or Malta Fashion Week as they vary each year.
Malta’s resorts offer club nights, bars and beach parties to suit all tastes, although Paceville is the clubbing hub of the island. Party animals will leave their heart in Havana – a venue with six bars and great music. Or, for a touch of class, take the party to Twenty Two for cocktails and dancing with stunning views over the marina and St. Julian’s Bay.
The little island of Malta is packed full of historic sites, from 5,000-year-old temples to the 16th-century St John’s Co-Cathedral. There’s delicious cuisine to sample (think hearty stews and pies, plus plenty of fresh seafood) and a rocky coastline that’s perfect for exploring by boat. And, thanks to its southerly location, you can expect average highs in the early 20s right into November.
The Maltese Islands are popular year-round destinations with lots on offer! Base yourself in a stunning boutique hotel in the rich capital of Valletta, surrounded by historical sights. Indulge at one of five Michelin-starred restaurants dotted across the island, ready to take you on a gastronomical experience. Visit one of the many picturesque wineries to experience and taste the luxurious wines of Malta & Gozo.
Malta and Gozo are two of the most spectacular Mediterranean islands with the capital city, Valletta, known for being the sunniest city in Europe. With numerous activities, Michelin-starred restaurants and luxury hotels, it's clear to see why they are firm favourites with holidaymakers every year.
If the sunny weekend has wet your appetite for more family time, then how about trying the small but perfectly formed island of Malta? It has an historic 16th century cathedral, a sunbathed old town, rugged coastline with rock pools so big you can swim in them, as well as sandy beaches for sandcastle building. But best of all from my last holiday was sampling the pastizzi, a cheese filled version of our Cornish pasties. Bon appetite
St Pauls Bay
Boasting some of the finest sandy beaches in Malta close by for you to enjoy on holidays to St Pauls Bay. The town itself still exudes plenty of old-fashioned charm with its pretty fishing harbour.
Mellieha Bay is a peaceful and relaxing resort and is also one of Malta's largest sandy beaches which make it a haven for watersports enthusiasts and beach worshippers alike.