Transportation around the island is slow. Rent a car and don´t waste time going from one place to another.
Try different sports and activities. Malta is one of the best destinations in Europe for scuba diving, climbing and kayaking.
Compare prices and services before booking an “around the island” tour.
Respect the culture. Dress respectfully when visiting churches and other important heritage sites.
Malta can get full in high season. Book your accommodation in advance to avoid bad surprises.
Watch a sunset at the infinity pool in Café del Mar in Bugibba.
Malta has more than 300 days of sun. Always take sunscreen and sunglasses with you.
Visit the island during the Isle of MTV music festival. You will party with artists like Enrique Iglesias or Jason Derulo + it´s free
Gozo is not as small as it seems on the map. Rent a scooter and make the most of your day traveling around this beautiful island.
Take a ferry to Comino and explore the tiny island by yourself.
Popeye Village is probably one of the most beautiful hidden gems in Europe.
There are not many exchange houses in Malta. Take with you a credit card without foreign fee and avoid running out of cash.
Most locations in Valletta, Silema or St Julians offer free WiFi. Still, you can get a prepaid SIM card with 1GB internet at the airport for only 20 EUR.
If you spot the Coffee Circus bicycle, stop and have some coffee. It is probably the best coffee I’ve had on the island.
The ferry between Malta and Gozo starts operating at 5:00 and departs every 45 minutes until midnight.
The Malta Tourist Authority has an information booth at the airport. Get a free map and tour information there.
Finish your day drinking a glass of wine in some of the hip and cool bars at the coast of St Julian´s or Silema.
Start your day at the Tigne Seafront in Silema, one of the coolest locations in Malta, and take a swim in front of Valletta.