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Villas in Malta
The small island nation of Malta is truly unique. Far from being a fly and flop destination like so many other Mediterranean resorts, Malta draws visitors to its remarkable history, gorgeous scenery, and proud culture. So where is the best place to rent a villa in Malta? Malta comprises three islands, Malta, Gozo and Comino. The former is the largest and most famous island and is the place to stay if you are coming to explore the culinary, architectural and artistic heritage of the country. Gozo is smaller and the place for divers and those looking for a holiday in solitude. There are no villas to rent directly on Comino but make sure to take a day trip to this truly paradisiacal island!Take advantage of the glorious climate with a Maltese villa
Villas in Malta are all about the glorious outdoor space, where you can take advantage of one of the finest climates in Europe. Private swimming pools, large patios with high-spec outdoor furniture for wining and dining, BBQs and parasols and beautifully manicured gardens. Ideal for both family holidays and holidays with friends!
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Malta is one of the best destinations in the world to learn English. The country is cheaper than other English-speaking countries and the weather is immeasurably better than that of the likes of London and Dublin! Students commonly book one or two weeks on the island with 25 hours of study per week. So come with your friends, rent a villa on Malta and enjoy a fun and educational holiday!Malta for divers
Located in the heart of the shimmering Mediterranean and lined by crystal clear turquoise waters, Malta is one of the best countries in Europe for both beginner and experienced divers. The islands boast a range of shore and boat diving sites, a well-established infrastructure and myriad dive centres. You can look forward to excellent visibility, warm water, natural rugged underwater with caves, overhangs and swim-throughs. Gozo is the top spot in Malta for divers, where its rural charm, arches and tunnels carved into the coastline, and 50 dive sites that will keep you coming back year after year!Malta for foodies
Maltese gastronomy comprises a mouth-watering medley of Italian, French, British and Arabic cuisine. Rabbit stew is the national dish of Malta, a lovingly prepared slow cooked dish in which the meat falls off the bone and infused in a rich tomato, red wine and garlic sauce. In Malta heavenly rabbit stews are served with cured goat’s cheese, ambrosial soft sourdough bread and nectarous desserts, in a welding of Mediterranean influences. You also simply must try the pastizzi, the most popular Maltese snack – a savoury pastry with ricotta or mushy peas that just melts in the mouth. Just two of many local delights for foodies to feast on during their holiday in Malta!
Divers take note! Malta is home to countless reefs, caves, and wrecks, and is frequently voted one of the world’s finest diving locations!
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The capital of the country is the jewel in the crown of the islands. The European Capital of Culture in 2018 Valletta is an old fortification full of narrow streets and diminutive houses with picturesque balconies. In addition to strolling through the city, do not miss the sunset from the Upper Barrakka Gardens.2. Visit the coastal town with an unpronounceable name
Marsaxlokk is a pretty town seaside town with a harbour full of typical Maltese boats called luzzu, bright blue, red and yellow, with an eye on the bow that serves to scare away evil spirits. Look out for the market on Sunday mornings for freshly-caught fish and local fruits at the best price!3. Take an excursion to the paradise island of Comino
The island of Comino is the smallest of the Maltese islands, located slap bang between Malta and Gozo. It is a paradise island with no cars that reveals one of the Maltese treasures par excellence: the Blue Lagoon, a small cove with the most incredible turquoise, crystal-clear waters you will see anywhere in the world!4. Take your kids to Malta’s famous Popeye film set
Popeye Village, in the northwest of the island of Malta, is the set where Robert Altman's 1979 film Popeye was filmed. The entire town was built specifically for the film and everything is part of the set. Nowadays the village offers a number of colourful fun activities for all young and young at heart.5. Visit the blue grottoes that surround the Maltese islands.
There are several blue grottoes (sea caverns) throughout the Maltese islands. The most spectacular are in the south east coast, and they are best visited by boat trip. Don’t forget your snorkel!6. Discover the island's World Heritage sites
The Hal Saflieni Hypogeum and the Hagar Qim Temples are unique architectural masterpieces that are among the most ancient religious sites on earth. But there is so much more for history buffs – the island is full of old defensive towers, fortifications and ruins to discover!7. Give your young children a day they will cherish
Malta is the home of Playmobil! And to celebrate its status at the centre of the Playmobile world, a Fun Park has been built featuring a vast outdoor playground with Playmobil statutes and an indoor area with all the Playmobil toys in existence for your children to enjoy!