Destination Guide Malta

Visit Malta - Destination Guide

We're right in the centre of the Mediterranean sea, famous as one of the most culturally rich and exotic destinations in the world, especially known for its delicious cuisine, while reaching a perfect balance between a myriad of ancient history to discover and sunny beaches where to relax.

Our home island of Malta is at the crossroads of cultures, and is notable for its wonderful climate, picturesque fishing villages and rich calendar of events. Malta lays claim to some of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean, with plenty of opportunities for sunbathing, swimming, scuba-diving and water-sports around the island. You will always find something going on here: from big-name artist concerts to traditional festivities.

The Mellieha area where we're located boasts a combination of scenic and peaceful private seclusion, and is simultaneously not more than 30 minutes away from the major touristic landmarks of Malta. Even if you don't feel like venturing out, being so close to both extensive countryside and Malta's biggest and most popular sandy beach, staying at db Seabank Resort + Spa definitely offers a variety of attractions, entertainment, and enjoyable casual dining experiences.

Malta, since it is an island in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, can be accessible by two means, either by plane or by sea.

The country has one main airport, Malta International Airport plc, situated between Luqa and Gudja. The airport serves the major airlines including AirMalta (Malta National Airline), Lufthansa, Emirates, Turkish Airlines, British Airways and Egypt Air, as well the low cost airlines Ryanair and Easyjet amongst others who operates to Malta from over 48 cities with non-stop flights. You can refer to the Malta International Airport website for airlines details - http://passengers.maltairport.com/en/view-airlines.htm

The island is also accessible by sea with the high speed ferry provided by Virtue Ferris between Sicily and Malta. The service is available between 4 to 6 times a week. A timetable schedule and other information are easily available on the Virtue Ferris website  www.virtueferries.com

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