Cheap Holidays to Malta: Top 5 Destinations
Cheap Holidays to Malta – Malta is a beautiful country filled with history and peaceful tranquillity. The Maltese people are wonderfully welcoming to tourists and many of them speak English as their first language. Cheap holidays to Malta are not difficult to come by, and there are some fantastic last minute deals to be found. However, there are many destinations within the country that you can choose from. Here are the top 5 to whet your appetite.
A village lying on the north east coast of Gozo situated between the hill top towns of Xaghra and Zebugg, Marsalforn is the most popular tourist resort on Gozo. The village is full to the brim with hotels, restaurants and bars as well as an intimate sandy beach and a number of intriguing swimming spots. The village is a busy and vibrant place during the summer months, teeming with both foreign tourists and natives.
Saint Julian’s is located in the central region of Malta, running along the coast and north of the capital. Much like Marsalforn this town is completely optimised for tourism and welcomes visitors all year round. Saint Julian’s is known for its nightlife located in an area called Paceville.
Sliema is another very popular tourist destination. Located in the central region there are many opportunities for a bit of retail therapy, as well as many restaurants to sit back relax and enjoy some Maltese cuisine. This town combined with Saint Julian’s makes up the main coastal resort of Malta. You will find the town filled with attractive hotels and modern apartment blocks, as well as ancient architecture and beautiful beaches.
St. Paul’s Bay
St Paul’s Bay is in the norther region of Malta and is the largest town within the northern region. The town itself is a very modern tourist area but without the intense hustle and bustle of the more central resorts. There are some lovely natural highlights in the form of Mistra Bay and the scenic Wardija Ridge.
Valetta is the capital city of Malta, and there is a whole lot going on. The city contains buildings that have lasted since the 16th century, and is a classic example of many schools of architecture including; mannerist, neo-classical and modern. Valetta has been chosen as the European Capital of Culture for 2018, meaning that many exciting projects are currently underway in the city.