T
he Maltese Islands give an added sense of anticipation to travel. Perhaps as no other destination they epitomise escape from the routine. But there are Mediterranean Islands…and there are the advantages of the Maltese Archipelago. The reason for choosing Malta lies in its size, climate and clear blue Mediterranean Sea.

Malta is a one of a kind destination – the perfect harmony between a blissful Mediterranean island and a modern and thriving destination. With a yearly events calendar filled to busting with local village feasts, local and international music festivals, artistic and theatrical events and food festivals the island provides a wealth of leisure options for even the most discerning traveller.

Blessed with nature’s best; almost 300 days of sunshine per year, Malta’s rugged landscape is perfect for hiking, country walks, outdoor and water sports, with plenty of spectacular scenery along the way.

Whether you would prefer a relaxing few days or spontaneity, or prefer to take in all of Malta’s best attractions Travel Services Malta can provide you with tailor-made packages, choosing from a wide range of land and sea excursions, themed nights, private tours and special events. Our licensed guides will take you through all that Malta has to offer in terms of culture, religion, history, gastronomy, arts, music and more, supplementing your experience with little known facts and more ‘off the beaten track’ locations.

Private Tours

This customised excursion is suitable for guests who have little time available but still wish to have an insight into the history and culture that Malta has to offer.

Under the Stars

This night tour starts with a visit to Vittoriosa from where you will be able to see the grand harbour and the way it is magically lit at night.

Village Festa

Between June and September every village in Malta and Gozo holds its main event of the year – the village festa, a blend of folklore and religion in honour of the patron saint.

Hagar Qim

The magic of Malta’s antiquity will be explained at Hagar Qim, Malta’s main pre-historic site, overlooking the wide expanse of the blue Mediterranean and the islet of Filfla.