Malta has many historical & natural attractions and being a relatively small island with plenty of public transport and excursions on offer, you can fit a lot into a short time. A visit to the island capital, Valletta, is a must and a day trip to the neighbouring island of Gozo can be easily arranged.
Bugibba & Qawra
Neighbouring Bugibba & Qawra are located in the St. Paul's Bay area on Malta's northern coast and are two of the islands most popular tourist resorts. An attractive sea front promenade stretches round the bay and there's a wide and varied selection of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants to choose from.
The resorts of Sliema & St. Julians sit adjacent to each other on Malta’s east coast, with a long sea front promenade linking both resorts. Each has a wide array of shops, cafes, bars and an excellent selection of both local and international restaurants to choose from. Sliema offers views across the bay to Valletta and there are many places of interest within easy reach of both resorts.
Hotels available in Malta
The Sunflower Hotel is a fairly small and intimate hotel, tucked away in a quiet corner of Qawra, but only around 10 minutes walk from the resort centre with all its amenities and also the sea front promenade.
Stylish and elegant throughout, The Victoria Hotel is located in the heart of Sliema, close to a wide array of popular restaurants, bars & entertainment venues and within easy reach of historic Valletta. The hotel has outdoor & indoor pools, fitness centre and Spa.
Long established and much loved by UK visitors, the Topaz is located in a fairly quiet area, but just a short walk from all manner of shops, cafes & bars on the town's main thoroughfare.
Superb hotel which is well placed in resort, good service throughout.
Mr Lansbury, stayed at Ola Hotel El Vistamar, Porto Colom