Malta Tourism Authority

Malta, the Mediterranean Sea archipelago, has been acclaimed for its luxurious accommodations, warm climate and over 7,000 years of history.

Malta: The Mediterranean’s Hidden Gem

A visit to Malta is to immerse oneself in centuries of history while enjoying the very best of modern life and curated experiences to meet each traveler's unique, personal desires.

Luxury and Private Accommodations

Malta is known for its luxurious accommodations, including luxury hotels, historic boutique hotels, Palazzos, private villas, and historic farmhouses. Stay in a restored 16th- or 17th-century palazzo, delight in luxury accommodation built within the ancient city, or seek out the character of the many beautiful boutique hotels dotted throughout Valletta — a UNESCO World Heritage capital — as well as throughout Malta and its sister islands of Gozo and Comino.

Curated Private Experiences with a Taste of History

Heritage Malta has introduced a gastronomic twist to its historic sites. Taste of History is an opportunity for guests to indulge in traditional Maltese food with ancient recipes. The menus are carefully curated by a team of professional Maltese chefs for a private dining experience where they recreate culinary delights in the actual venues where Inquisitors, Corsairs, Knights and Libertines once dined.

Gastronomy: Michelin Star Restaurants and Diverse Culinary Experiences

From the Malta Michelin Guide that highlights the outstanding restaurants, breadth of cuisine styles, and culinary skills found on the islands to the traditional plate of eclectic Mediterranean food curated by a relationship between the Maltese and the countless civilizations that occupied the island, Malta offers travelers a diverse culinary experience.

Experience Luxury Health & Wellness

The Maltese Islands are the perfect place to take time for your health and wellness, including state-of-the-art, luxury spas. The fresh island air gives travelers the energy to walk or cycle through the beautiful scenery, or embrace some more adventurous activities like rock climbing or paragliding.

    7,000 Years of History

    The sunny islands of Malta are home to a remarkable concentration of intact architectural heritage, including the highest density of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in any nation-state anywhere. Valletta, built by the proud Knights of St. John, is one of the UNESCO sites and the European Capital of Culture for 2018.

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