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Catamaran Sailing Tour
Catamaran Sailing Tour
Catamaran Sailing Tour 2.5 hours
Catamaran tour along the coastline of St. Paul´s island. Swim and snorkel in the refreshing waters of Selmun bay. Marvel the beautiful nature and landscapes of Malta. Ideal for small groups (max. 3 Person).
Price from: €35.00
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Stand up Paddle Tours
Stand up Paddle Tours
Stand up Paddle Tours 3 hours
SUP tour around the picturesque coastline of Mellieha bay. Paddle either on an SUP board or kayak. Swim and snorkel in refreshing clear blue waters. All equipment included. Ideal for 12 years and older.
Price from: €35.00
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Windsurfing Taster Session
Windsurfing Taster Session
Windsurfing Taster Session 1.5 hours
Satisfy your longing for windsurfing. Our taster session will give you an idea of how much fun windsurfing can be. 1.5 hours of theory and practical training. Suits children, adults, seniors and groups alike.
Price from: €35.00
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SUP Yoga at Mellieha Bay
SUP Yoga at Mellieha Bay
SUP Yoga at Mellieha Bay 1 hour
SUP Yoga tour around the picturesque coastline of Mellieha bay. Try a new challenge to work out your body on an SUP board. Glide through the refreshing waters of the Mediterranean sea. All equipment included.
Price from: €25.00
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Paintball in Malta
Paintball in Malta
Paintball in Malta 4 hours
Experience action, feel the thrill and run for your team to survive and avoid elimination while playing paintball. Have fun without sacrificing your safety as we provide complete safety gear and complete set of paintball paraphernalia.
Price from: €40.00
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Village Fireworks
Village Fireworks
Village Fireworks 3 hours
Join the locals and tourists of Malta in celebrating their Village Fireworks Display. With more than 60 festas to look forward to, try to be here for the summer and be part of at least one unforgettable festa.
Price from: €18.00
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Blue Grotto & Sunday Market at Marsaxlokk Fishing Village
Blue Grotto & Sunday Market at Marsaxlokk Fishing Village
Blue Grotto & Sunday Market at Marsaxlokk Fishing Village 4 hours
Enjoy the view of the Blue Grotto caves and its amazing shades of blue in the morning. Then head to Marsaxlokk fishing village for fresh fish and seafood while getting a souvenir from their famous local market.
Price from: €23.00
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Prehistoric Temples Tour
Prehistoric Temples Tour
Prehistoric Temples Tour 4 hours
Complete your Malta and Gozo visit by touring some of the UNESCO designated stone temples and heritage sites of Malta. Check out Ghar Dalam prehistoric site and its cave, the heritage park of Hagar Qim, Mnajdra Temples and the nearby Hamrija tower.
Price from: €40.00
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Tour and activity categories in Malta

Sailing
Sailing
Private charter
Private charter
Stand up paddle
Stand up paddle
Wind surfing
Wind surfing
Sightseeing tours
Sightseeing tours
Paintball
Paintball
Hop-on hop-off
Hop-on hop-off
Electric Buggy
Electric Buggy

Travel Inspirations - Malta

Malta is part of the Maltese archipelago and the largest of the three islands. It is located in the Mediterranean Sea south side of Sicilia. Malta offers you a variety of different activities such as family, culture, religious, nightlife and nature events alike. The island does not have any mountains but its valleys and hilly plains are ideal for long strolls and walks. The winters are mild and of an enjoyable humidity, the summers are warm and dry, but not yet hot: perfect for all activities throughout the day. In Malta you can enjoy really impressive and beautiful landscapes as well as a wide range of touristic activities: The north and east part of Malta are well known for the many white beaches, bays and the blue water along the coastline. The oriental city center of Marsaxlokk has traditional markets, restaurants and bars as well as shopping places. There you simply can relax and enjoy a vibrant living atmosphere. The Bay of Marsaxlokk is famous for its crystal clear turquoise water. Mellieha Bay invites you for a swim and a relaxing sunbath. The mystical Valletta is capital of Malta and world cultural heritage. Breathe in the atmosphere of medieval alleys, bastions and towers of the ancient times. Valletta is the center of economy, shopping and a vibrant nightlife. Rough cliffs, hidden bays and the highest landscapes of the island are located in the south. The Dingli-Cliff is the highest spot on Malta (253 m) and definitely worth a visit. Nature and flower fans will be pleased, when they find the 800 different plant-species of the island. Further highlights of the south: the Stone Age Temples of Mnajdra, roman catacombs and burial grounds, bastions and fortification-walls, very old villages and ports. Here you can trace back history to the very first development of human settlings of Malta. A very special place to go to is the Popeye Village in Anchor Bay: well known for the movie Popeye, which was produced in 1970, it is rich of stunning sceneries, magical fisherman houses and a fabulous ambience. Still today many tourists are visiting the village. If you are a fanatic for sailing and boat-sports, you will love the colorful Luzzu boats, which were built according to the traditional Phoenician way. A local specialty is the golden vermouth lemonade “Kinnie”. Very famous and delicious are the goat cheese “Gbejna” and the “Lampuki” fish. Maltese wines and olives are the best you can get around the Mediterranean. Other activities in Malta: Golf, waterball, soccer, tennis, sailing, SUP and Yoga, trekking and hiking.
Mellieha, at the northern tip of the island of Malta, juts out into the Mediterranean Sea like a spire. Surrounded by water, the town not only offers heavenly swimming bays but also excellent diving spots for diving enthusiasts. To the west is a bay with the same name - Mellieha Bay. The stretch is considered Malta's longest sandy beach and the water is so shallow that even children can go for a swim free from care. Being a strategic location for trading, Mellieha town had caught the attention of the first inhabitants of Malta whom came from Sicily, Italy. Remnants of times before the Punic-Roman Wars, like old graves and the legendary limestone cart ruts, are silent witnesses to that. Nowadays the little town is a popular tourist place. To the west are the St Paul's islands that can be reached from here. The artificial town that was the setting for the movie Popeye is available for sight-seeing as well. The hill, that accommodates the cavern chapel of Santa Marija, offers a view of Gozo and Camino.