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Tours to Malta

See some of the most impressive and best-preserved ancient sites in the Mediterranean as well as colourful fishing harbours and coastal scenery on a Malta tour. And you'll get to taste the local food and drink, like gozo, the delicious sheeps milk cheese.
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Discover our Malta Tours

Join our expert local tour leader on a small group discovery tour of Malta to uncover an array of historical sites, temples and monuments, as well as experience the laid-back lifestyle of this colourful Mediterranean island. 

Start your Malta adventure with a trip to the verdant island of Gozo. Visit the hill-top Cittadella in Victoria for panoramic views over the city’s sandstone rooftops towards the vast countryside beyond, and head to the west coast to view the famous Dwejra, a natural limestone arch hanging precariously over the turquoise sea. Back on the mainland, wander along the steep backstreets of Valletta Old City, uncover remote megalithic temples and sample home-grown delicacies including sun-dried tomatoes, Maltese bread and wine.

Considering a trip to Malta but new to small group travel? We've answered some of your most-asked questions.

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Malta and Gozo Discovery

Malta Discovery Trip code MLA
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Malta Island is by far the largest of the three islands and the one that most visitors head to, while the smaller Gozo has remarkable scenery and a rich history, and the tiny Comino at 3.5 square kilometres is mostly a reserve with no cars and one resort.

The capital, Valetta, was designed as a fortress city, and built in only 15 years, producing a late Renaissance and Baroque beauty that resulted from some marvellous town planning. Even additions up to the 19th century harmonize well with the existing structures. Just walking around Valetta without a guidebook and you’ll find little historical details to appreciate such as niches and fountains, along with petite streets with charming cafés and shops.

Malta is a favourite summer destination and it can get crowded and very hot, but the beaches, both rocky and sandy, are plentiful enough that you can get away and get back to nature. Travelling in autumn and spring will allow visitors to see the islands more comfortably. Just as the Maltese language will feel both familiar and foreign, so will the cuisine – Mediterranean at its core but with strong influences from nearby Sicily and North Africa.

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