Resort Guide: Malta | Lady & her Sweet Escapes

Monday, March 11, 2013

Resort Guide: Malta

While thousands of families will be heading for the popular tourist destinations over the next few months, a summer holiday doesn't always have to include the Balearics, Costas or Canaries. Despite being one of the smallest countries in the world, Malta has an incredible amount of attractions to offer her visitors, including oodles of history, culture and delectable cuisine.

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Sounds like it could be up your street? Book your trip and take a look at the Newcastle airport parking offers so that your ride home can be waiting for you upon your return. Grab a brew and have a read through the various tourist-friendly attractions on the island that will make your visit worthwhile.

Malta’s incredible coastline, including the popular resorts of St Julian’s and Silema, north of the capital, is a tourist hotspot, with many visitors flocking to the shores each year. If your plans include relaxing with a cool, refreshing drink, and looking out over the crashing waves and rocky crags, these resorts are perfect for you. If you’re in search of golden sands, Ghajn Tuffieha and Golden Bay are more apt, both located on the north west of the island, as well as Mellieha Bay in the north.

The culture-rich capital city, Valetta, oozes heritage and history, including a plethora of ancient palaces and Baroque churches to admire. Nightlife is plentiful if you’re a party animal in search of a good ol’ knees up, including St Julian’s on the east coast which offers plenty of bars, clubs and restaurants to keep you revellers satisfied.

A mere three hours from the UK, the island of Malta is significantly overlooked with your standard UK holidaymaker. Take a punt and head for this beautiful island in the Med and you’ll wonder why you haven’t visited sooner. Organise your Maltese sojourn and book airport parking, today. 


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9 comments :

  1. I hear a lot of awesome touristy stories about Malta. I hope to visit the country one day. :)

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  2. Malta beach and scenic views are awesome (based on reviews and photos I saw online). Great share and tips.

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  3. Is Malta in your bucket list? It is not one mine but after reading this, I might change my mind. :D

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  4. malta is not so big but it would be nice to have a resto here featuring some of maltese cuisine.

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  5. I'd love to visit Malta some day too... It looks beautiful.
    Eliz

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  6. Travelling is one of my dreams. I know I can do it in the future in God's time. Malta is a nice place to be =)

    Mommy Maye2

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  7. I know there are other nice places around teh globe except for those popular ones and Malta is one of those places.

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  8. Great things comes in small packages, and countries for that matter.

    eLLa (r)

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