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Malta – culture and history in the heart of the Mediterranean

Located between the island of Sicily and the coast of North Africa, the group of seven islands that make up Malta is a unique mixture of the cultures and cuisines of all the different people who have made the place their home over hundreds of years. Being so close to the continent of Africa, Malta enjoys a sub-tropical climate, with an average of eight and a half hours of sunshine a day. Malta is not just popular with tourists but it is also popular with Hollywood film and TV producers, and has been chosen as a filming location for films such as the multi-Oscar winning Gladiator and the hit TV series, Game of Thrones. Finally, and unusually for a European country, the people of Malta drive on the left, with this being a hangover from the days of British colonial rule.

Explore the heart of Malta

Valletta, the cosmopolitan capital of Malta and the most southerly capital city in Europe, has lots to offer visitors. There are plenty of shops and markets to explore, along with beautiful architecture and interesting culture to experience. There is a large choice of places to stay in Valletta, from budget guesthouses to luxury hotels. Valletta is a fortified city and up on the Eastern ramparts of the city walls you will find the Saluting Battery. From here, you can enjoy a fantastic view across the Grand Harbour, which is one of Valletta’s two natural harbours, and you will also witness the gun firing a salute at midday. Above the battery are the beautiful Upper Barrakka Gardens from where a lift will take you back down to the waterfront. For a different view of the city, visitors can cruise around the Grand Harbour in a traditional Maltese boat. Alternatively, you might want to walk along Republic Street, to see the day-to-day life, or if you just want to relax, you can find a café in St George’s Square and watch the changing of the guard at the Grand Palace.

Step back into history

Having been ruled by the British, French, Moors and Romans at various points during its long history, Malta has a rich and diverse architectural heritage with many sites for you to visit. The Domus Romana museum, outside Mdina, holds a collection of Roman artefacts as well as beautiful mosaic floors. Also located just outside Mdina, the St Paul’s Catacombs are where Christian burials took place during Roman rule. Even before modern times, the population of Malta left their mark. The Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum in Paola, a group of underground burial chambers believed to go back to 4000 BC. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, visitor numbers are strictly limited and there is high demand in the summer so, if you would like to visit, it is best to book your place well in advance. Constructed over 5000 years ago by the ‘Temple Builders’, a group about whom little is known, the Tarxien Temples site consists of four temples built of large stone blocks decorated with art in the form of animals and spiral shaped patterns. There are hotels in Malta close to all of the major historic sites.

Events to enjoy throughout the year

Malta has a busy calendar with something for everyone. There are a variety of music concerts and festivals with both local and international musicians, an art festival and international sporting events. But if you really want to see how the Maltese party, book your stay at one of the many hotels in Malta around the time of a traditional event. Each village has their own fiesta which celebrates the patron saint of their area, with stalls in the streets selling food and sweets. February is the time for Carnival. While Valletta is the centre of the Carnival action, other towns and villages have their own celebrations where everyone is welcome to join in. In Valletta, a brightly decorated procession travels through the streets with adults and children alike in fancy dress. After the procession the party continues all night in Paceville, the main bar and club area. Other significant festivities are held during Holy Week and at Christmas, when there are processions and carol singing.

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from ‎C$23to ‎C$7,315

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    Hotel The Windsor Hotel Sliema

    The Windsor Hotel Hotel is located in the seaside town of Sliema in Malta. It features 92 guest rooms and is close to the seafront promenade, which is lined with shops and restaurants. Guest rooms at this hotel offer en-suite bath or shower, air conditioning and central heating, minibar, satellite flat screen TV, and coffee and tea making facilities. The Windsor Hotel Hotel has an outdoor swimming pool and sun deck. It also has an indoor heated pool with Jacuzzi, sauna and a fitness room. The hotel hosts The Lounge Bar and The Corner Restaurant. Snacks and cocktails are served in the bar, and the restaurant serves Mediterranean and continental cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The hotel is a few metres from the popular beach area that stretches for 2 miles between Tigne Point and St. Julian’s. more

    Hotel The Palace Sliema

    While staying on the Mediterranean jewel of Malta, you’ll find luxury and comfort in coastal Sliema. With onsite spa and nearby nightlife in St. Julian’s, in addition to the beach, The Palace is the perfect spot for your tropical getaway. Relax in style in soundproof rooms with aromatherapy, rich, modern furnishings, air conditioning, minibar, coffee/tea making facilities, blackout curtains, flat screen television and free Wi-Fi. Guests of The Palace can unwind at the spa, soak up rays by the indoor or outdoor pool, grab supplies at the general store, access free hotel-wide Wi-Fi or take care of business in a conference room. With several bars and restaurants, including Tabloid Restaurant, Talk of Town Café, and TemptAsian Lounge/Bar, you’re never far from fine dining. Breakfast is also available at a charge. Five to ten minutes from the beach, watersports, sightseeing, fine dining and nightlife destinations, there’s always something happening near the hotel. more

    Hotel Pebbles Sliema

    Pebbles Hotel and Luxury Apartments is a modern and elegant hotel in Sliema. Malta. A range of different room types are available, some with balcony and/or sea view, and feature individually controlled air conditioning, satellite television, telephone, fully equipped kitchen, safe and tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel boasts a 24-hour reception, free Wi-Fi connection, sun terrace, outdoor Jacuzzi and a salon which offers a selection of massage and beauty treatments. The MedAsia restaurants boasts a mix of Mediterranean and Japanese cuisine and the TexMex restaurant is an American bar and grill both of which also serve cocktails and have live DJs at the weekend. Pebbles Hotel and Luxury Apartments is approximately 10 kilometres from the airport with a regular bus service and 24-hour taxis available. The centre of Sliema is just a shortwalk away where there are bars, restaurants and two large shopping malls. more

    Hotel Preluna Hotel & Spa Sliema

    Preluna Hotel & Spa is a seafront hotel offering 12-storey accommodation peaking over the Mediterranean Sea. The start of the Sliema promenade is about a ten-minute walk away. Each air-conditioned room emulates its ocean location. All feature free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and a private bathroom. Sea-view rooms overlook the Silema coast. Suites feature living areas and extra bedrooms. Preluna Hotel & Spa boasts a private beach club. The hotel provides a saltwater swimming pool and a kids pool, plus access to The Feelgood Wellness Spa with fitness facilities. There is a mini-golf course on the seventh floor and a hot tub on the roof terrace. The Triton Restaurant serves buffet meals, while the other two on-site restaurants specialise in Italian and Japanese cuisine - both only open from lunch. Alternatively, two bars are on the premises. The historical Fort Tigné is about a kilometre away. More history and culture can be explored in Valletta - over five kilometres away - which features a range of museums. more

    Hotel The Plaza Hotels Sliema

    This three-star hotel complex is located on Sliema's main seafront promenade, overlooking St Julian's Bay. Not one but two hotels, the The Plaza Hotels boasts fantastic views and a rooftop swimming pool. The hotel offers both studio and hotel room accommodations, all of which are air-conditioned with en-suite shower/bath. LCD TVs, safety deposit boxes and hairdryers are standard features. Guests have a number of swimming pools to choose from: a rooftop pool (with sun terrace), an indoor pool, and a designated children's pool. There is an Internet Café and Wi-Fi can be accessed via a paid voucher system. Breakfast, dinner and sumptuous views are served up in the 'Penthouse Restaurant' while snacks and ice cream are the way of things in 'Cara's Cafe'. Stylish drinks and daily entertainment are proffered at the hotel's rooftop bars. The The Plaza Hotels is just 50 metres from the beach. The centre of Sliema is 1.5 kilometres away. more

    Hotel Alborada Apart Hotel Sliema

    Alborada Aparthotel is two-star rated and in a modern style building that is just a two-minute walk from Sliema’s seafront. Studios at the Alborada Aparthotel are bright and simply designed to include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV and a kitchenette area with large refrigerator, hot plate and tea and coffee maker. Some may have an additional balcony. In the communal areas, Wi-Fi is available, in addition to car/bicycle hire, laundry and shuttle services. There are vending machines for drinks and snacks. A complimentary buffet breakfast is provided. Local restaurants include Mint, L ‘Artist and Caffè Berry. There is a neighbouring supermarket and the Wembley and General are among the convenience stores in the immediate area. The accommodation is two km from Manoel Island and eight km from Fort Saint Elmo. Luna Park Sliema is a popular attraction for tourists. Sailing enthusiasts are drawn to Manana Yacht Charter. more