Things to Do in Malta
For an island so small you will be astounded by the outstanding choice of the things to do whilst you are in Malta.
Starting in the treasure trove of Valletta you can take in the sights of the Upper Barrakka Gardens, St John’s Co-Cathedral and the fascinating Three Cities, whilst soaking up the buzz of the narrow streets with its warren of hidden bars and cafes making sure to stop for a Maltese coffee or decadent lunch worthy of its accolade as a foodie capital.
Sampling Malta’s sizzling foodie scene is a must whilst you are there. Ranging from stunning Michelin starred restaurants, traditional delicacies and rural gastronomic experiences, along with sampling the fine wines of the Ta’ Betta winery. Combining that with exclusive private experiences; taking you can meet Fra. John Critien himself for an immersive experience of Fort St. Angelo, a private Caravaggio viewing in the St Johns Co-Cathedral, a tour of a private palazzino in the ‘silent city’ of Mdina, meeting local instrument artisan Francesco Sultana, or turn your hand to pastizzi making in the countryside.
Not forgetting Malta’s little sister Gozo, where you can have hours of fun exploring on a quad bike adventure, discovering its caves by boat, swimming the crystal-clear coves and relax with a delicious private picnic in a stunning scenic spot. There really is something for everyone.
Blue Grotto Private Boat Experience
Enjoy a private boat experience through the Blue Grotto in Malta - a series of sea caverns that will highlight the beautiful waters in the area.
Classic car to Mdina
Buckle up and enjoy the ride! The owners of these classic cars will drive you in style to the old walled city of Mdina for your evening explorations.
Dinner at a Private Palazzino in the Three Cities
Lose yourself in the utter joy of spending the evening in a private palazzino in the city of Cospicua in the Three Cities.
Explore Mdina the Silent City by night
Prepare to be struck by the beautifully eerie narrow streets, towering medieval architecture and panoramic views from the ancient walled city of Mdina. Any GoT fans with be lucky enough to see several areas used to film for the series, recognising the gates immediately.
Family Regatta Challenge
Regatta challenges in Malta are a big deal. Your family will have the exciting opportunity to join the Senglea Regatta club for a fun experience taking on your own regatta challenge, as well as learning about their club's history.
Maltese will take any excuse to party. In this case, villages celebrate their respective Christian patron saints with elaborate displays, lighting, fireworks, and music.
Fungus Rock & Dwejra Bay - Gozo
Discover the beautiful bay of Dwejra, home to the iconic Fungus Rock, discovered by the Knights of St John, and the tranquil Inland Sea.
Ghana singers welcome
Arrive at the beautiful farm and olive grove to the unique sound of the Maltese Ghana singers greeting you.
Gilder Artisan Visit
One of the most remarkable crafts in Malta is the art of gilding. Join Pierre for an exclusive opportunity to learn about his trade and how he creates the Maltese Clock.
Gozo eJeep or Tuk Tuk tour
Explore the beautiful island of Gozo by eJeep or Tuk Tuk. This mode of exploring Gozo is ideal for those that would like to have an all-access, planet loving, self-driving tour of Gozo.