An all inclusive holiday in Malta takes you to a sunny and welcoming island where English-speaking residents greet tourists to their easy-going traditional resorts. With some appealing architecture, hot weather and stunning views, a holiday in Malta is a great and is an island that humbly requests you to explore fascinating sites.
Even though the resorts of Bugibba and Qawra were only developed for the modern holiday market during recent times, they were occupied as far back as Neolithic times. The Knights of St John also left their mark in Malta, with the Qawra Tower out on the point and the curious salt pans at the end of Salina Bay, all inclusive Malta holiday are available for all types of tourist no matter their interest.
Holiday nightlife in Malta is on the main is based around St Julians. The Islands capital, Valletta is popular during the day but is quiet at night, so night-time activities are concentrated around Bajja Square in Bugibba, and alongside the Coast Road and Seafront in Qawra. The largest and by far the best clubs in Malta are located at St Julian’s.
Relaxed and refined the main attraction for all inclusive holidays in Malta is the long stretches of never-ending golden sand. Below we have compiled a summary of the best beaches that will give you a better idea where to book your holidays in Malta. To top it all at AllinclusiveHolidays.com will be supplying incredible saving in August, October and June, 2018 for your holidays in Malta
Mellieha Bay, also named Il Ghadira, is deemed to be the best beach in Malta. Its shallow waters and the point that it includes lifeguards make it popular with holidays for families. Malta’s largest sandy beach is here and its reputation with family hotels means it means it becomes very crowded in summer.
Golden Bay has one of the largest and one of the more popular beaches for a Malta all inclusive holiday, its reddish sands sheltered underneath conspicuous cliffs on the north western edge of the island.
Ghajn Tuffieha is Golden Bay’s little sister beach, divided by a peninsula this has a similarly beautiful setting, although tourists with mobility problems may find the long flight of steps to it will be too much.
Gnejna Bay is a good sandy beach and a scenic spot for cheaper Malta holidays, although it is about 2km beyond Mgarr and there isno public transport available. This is generally quiet and off the Malta tourist trail.
Armier Bay, a sandy beach in the far north-eastern section of the island just below Marfa Ridge, which is the preferred location for locals. The sea can occasionally be rough here. There are some water sports available.
Paradise Bay sounds lovely; this beach in Malta is a nice and sandy, located on the other side of the Gozo ferry terminal. It’s usually packed with locals at the weekends, but less busy at other times.
The Blue Lagoon is perhaps the ultimate beach; on the island of Comino it has shallow, turquoise water and fine white sand. The small beach fills up quickly with passengers from the cruise boats from Malta tourists who stop here for a swim.
Eating out in good restaurants in Malta can be on the pricey side, but the quality seldom disappoints. It is better to book all inclusive in Malta, and then you do not have to worry about dining costs. If you are on a budget or a self-catering holiday in Malta then a tip is, many restaurants feature Italian cuisine, and a plate of pasta or a pizza will not set you back too much. A number of bistros offer a menu of the day which is also good value.
You’ll find a lot of the cheaper restaurants serving fast food like burgers, around Il Bajja Square in Bugibba.
Traditional Maltese dishes contain bragioli, made from beef fillet enfolded round a filling of ham, breadcrumbs and hardboiled eggs, or rabbit, which is prepared in an assortment of ways.
You can’t help to spot the fleet of bright yellow, old-style British buses in Malta which are an experience in themselves. If you have not chosen a holidays in Malta all inclusive you will likely need to use these. The best thing about these is they are frequent and have a service to all the main holiday resorts in Malta.
During summer in Malta you will have a choice of special routes for visitors that join the resorts to the main beaches and attractions. In the resorts there are main stations at Qawra (Triq il-Turisti), Bugibba (Bay Square).
The Malta taxis are white and can be waved down in the street or picked up from local taxi ranks in. Most hotel hotel receptions will be happy to phone a taxi for you. Fares are haphazard, so you are best to agree a price in advance. Prices increase significantly when the buses stop running at 11pm.
Car hire is an inexpensive way to get around in Malta. Cars are generally brought to your hotel when you require them. You will need a UK or Irish driving licence and insurance although recommended are normally built-into the price.
You drive on the left and seat belts must be worn at all times. Strict laws and penalties should deter you from drink driving.
You are required to carry your driving licence, insurance, passport and rental documents with you at all times in Malta. Maltese driving habits are often forceful and pretty reckless, the accident rate is high.
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Map of Malta
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