For such a small island off the coast of Italy, Malta packs a serious punch! The islands old capital Mdina is the quintessential medieval island town, with small cobbled streets, cute cafes and traditional eateries this city on the hill will not disappoint. For those looking for a sea-fairing adventure Malta’s sea is perfect for swimming, snorkelling and diving. The island is surrounded by a range of reefs and WW2 military wrecks teeming with life! One of the most famous being the 14M deep HMS Maori – a destroyer sunk by the German army. If this isn’t enough sea-venture for you, there is also an opportunity to go cave and reef diving in Comino, an uninhabited island off the coast of the mainland. Malta is also known for its lavish architecture, including the Mosta Dome, a magnificent church styled on the Pantheon in Rome, and St. John’s Cathedral dated to 1577. Just a 20-minuet ferry ride from the mainland lies the idyllic island of Gozo where you can visit the Ggantija Temples (older than the famous pyramids of Egypt) and secluded sandy beaches. To top off your stay, our specialists can advise you when and where you can witness the fantastic carnivals, festivals and parties held on the island!