Things to do in Malta
Malta is an island situated in southern Europe, 50 miles south of Italy and 175 miles east of Tunisia. The capital of Malta is Valletta and although Maltese is the national language. English is recognised as an official language. When you redeem gift vouchers for tours with Tourily, most activities will be available in English.
Valletta is a stunning harbour city, known worldwide as one of the best preserved fortified cities in the world, with architecture dating back to the sixteenth century. The city offers a good choice of things to do in Malta, cultural attractions including museums, palaces, parks and churches, located along Republic Street. Sliema and St. Julians are good places to base yourself as they are only 20 minutes away from Valletta, and 30 minutes from Bugibba/Qawra by hire car or bus.
Sliema is a laid-back haven, situated between the elegant capital, Valletta and the vibrant resort of Paceville. Sliema´s beaches are rocky, but this won't put the locals off. A choice of water sports are available and lidos are dotted along the sea front. If you’re looking for things to do in Malta that are away from the crowds, the island of Gozo is still a land of farmers and fishermen.
There are lots of things to do in Malta during the more favorable spring and autumn months. Scenery is a faboulous green and there's no unbearable heat. You will also be able to both swim and sight-see comfortably without crowds on beaches, shops and restaurants.