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Discover Malta

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Gozo and Comino islands

Hop a ferry to Malta’s sister islands for chill beaches, temple ruins and a famous lagoon.

Malta’s small sister islands do double duty as day trip destinations and post-party chill spots with quiet beaches, hiking trails and snorkeling areas. Gozo has a tiny capital city with several museums, plus beautiful beaches and a megalithic temple complex. On peaceful Comino, you’ll find the popular Blue Lagoon and its transparent turquoise waters.

Valletta

Malta’s tiny walled capital has Baroque architecture, luxurious palaces and epic views.

What Valletta lacks in size, it makes up for in grandeur. Think opulent palaces, Baroque architecture and billion-dollar views of the Med. Walk the narrow streets, pop into the decadent Grandmaster’s Palace or take a harbor cruise. The city also has several Michelin-starred restaurants that dish up haute cuisine at prices that are (surprise!) more wallet-friendly than similar spots back home.

St. Julian’s

Malta’s main party hub is in a town north of Valletta with a Baroque mansion and top restaurants.

Landmarks of this seaside town north of Valletta include a Baroque palace and a waterfront promenade, but it’s also known for its eateries and party scene. Most bars and clubs are clustered around the Paceville district, and you’ll find everything from swish lounges to high-energy discotheques. Sip cocktails at Chalice before hitting Tigullio, which holds dance parties in an outdoor courtyard.

Hit the Paceville district after dark.

Most of the nightlife is clustered around the Paceville district, where you’ll find everything from swish lounges to high-energy discotheques.

St Julian’s during daylight hours.

It’s known for its nightlife, but daytime landmarks of this pretty seaside town north of Valletta include a Baroque palace and a waterfront promenade.

Getting to and around Malta:

Numerous global airlines offer nonstop flights to Malta from major cities in the UK and Europe. Malta’s airport is just less than 10 km from the capital, so it’s an easy taxi ride into Valletta. The drive into neighboring Sliema and St. Julian’s is equally quick.

Thanks to its small size, Valletta is easy to explore on foot. Public buses are a reliable and inexpensive way to get around the island. Uber doesn’t operate in Malta, but there are plenty of official white taxis available. Boat and ferry services can shuttle you from Malta to its sister islands of Comino and Gonzo.