With superbly sunny weather, attractive beaches, a capital city like no other and for the young at heart , a thriving nightlife, there is an abundance of things to do on this little island. Knee deep in history, 7,000 years to be exact there is a great deal to see and do from our Megalithic temples, Punic tombs, Roman villas, Arab and Norman architecture to whole cities and fortifications built by the Sovereign Military Order of St. John of Jerusalem and others by the British rule.
Away from the hustle and bustle of village cores, the Maltese Islands offer various natural spots to be explored and admired, some left almost untouched by the 20th century. .
On a more mysterious note you can discover prehistoric sites, cave chapels and secluded palaces of the Knights of St John. For the young, or simply the young at heart, St Julians is the place for you. The hub of our partying culture. Get there and be ready for a night of dance and fun, bouncing from one club to another you’re sure to wake up the next morning with a bag full of stories.
Offering something for everyone, you’re sure to have a great time whilst visiting our Islands!!! And remember Malta Segway Tours while you’re here, even if it’s just for a query, just give us a call!
A quaint village on the West coast, a few kilometres from Rabat. Prior to Valletta, Mdina and its suburb Rabat were the centre of Malta. Archeological remains in Dingli lead back to the times of the Phoenicians and the Carthaginians some 2,800 years ago. Baths, pools and some instruments of the Roman period have also been discovered in Dingli
Dingli is mainly rural landscape known mostly for its coastal Cliffs which reach a height of around 253 meters - the highest point in Malta.
Other attraction in Dingli and it’s surrounding area, are the Knights hunting grounds and the Verdala Palace in Buskett forest, the great cave, cart ruts, the Laferla Cross and Girgenti Valley.
Dingli is the ideal segway location, many visiting the island don’t get the chance to discover Dingli and its beauty, the areas offer plenty of space to really enjoy the segways , while surrounded by undeniably breathtaking views. ..
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"We've been to Malta many times but this was one of the best and most picturesque trips we've done... We settled back on the bus to St Julian's and broke out the bar of nougat we bought at a stop on the cliff tops, grinning like 2 ten year olds on a school trip!'
Valletta is named after its founder, the respected Grand Master of the Order of St John, Jean Parisot de la Valette. The magnificent fortress city grew on the arid rock of Mount Sceberras peninsula, which rises steeply from two deep harbours, Marsamxett and Grand Harbour. Started in 1566, Valletta was completed, with its impressive bastions, forts and cathedral, in the astonishingly short time of 15 years.
Valletta has many titles, all recalling its rich historical past. It is the “modern” city built by the Knights of St John; a masterpiece of the Baroque; a European Art City and a World Heritage City. Today, it is one of
the most concentrated historic areas in the world. The city is busy by day, yet retains a timeless atmosphere. The grid of narrow streets boasts some of Europe’s finest art works, churches and palaces. Hosting a vast cultural programme, walking around Valletta you’ll come across an intriguing historical site around every corner: votive statues, niches, fountains and coats of arms high up on parapets.
Narrow side streets are full of tiny quaint shops and cafés, while Valletta’s main streets are lined with larger international branded shops for fashion, music, jewellery and much more.
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