Nestled in between the African north coast and Italy, Malta is a journey into a rich cultural heritage and an eclectic mix of styles with a stunning rugged coastline and welcoming people.
For such a small island, Malta and its sister island Gozo pack a punch, its diverse resorts all offering something totally different for the traveller. Sliema lies close to the island's capital Valletta. An affluent resort, it boasts colourful promenades, great shopping and some of the island's best restaurants. St. Julian's Bay is the picture postcard location with a variety of entertainment whilst St. Paul's Bay offers a quieter alternative, yet close enough to a range of great facilities including bars and restaurants.
Malta's most recent resort is Qawra, a sea front town with a decidedly upmarket feel to it. The secluded resort of Salina Bay is also just a short distance away and Bugibba is well established as one of the oldest resorts on the island with an array of facilities with a variety of diverse hotels and great beach. By complete contrast, the affluent area of St. George's Bay and relax in some of the island's finest luxury hotels and gorgeous waterfront.