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Visit Malta - Curated Experiences for Every Traveler

The island-state of Malta is located in the Mediterranean Sea, South of Sicily (Italy). It consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo, and Comino, of which Malta is the largest island. Malta has been acclaimed 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 into fortifications of an ancient city, with views across the Grand Harbour, 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 island of Gozo.


Taste History Heritage Malta has introduced a gastronomic twist to its historic sites. Taste History is an opportunity for guests to indulge in traditional Maltese food with recipes from history. The menus are carefully curated by a team of professional Maltese chefs, coming together for a private dining experience where the chefs recreate culinary delights in the actual venues where Inquisitors, Corsairs, Knights, and Libertines once dined. (Minimum 2 pax., contact clive.cortis@gov.mt for booking)


The Malta Michelin Guide highlights the outstanding restaurants, breadth of cuisine styles, and culinary skills found in Malta, Gozo, and Comino. The winners of the first stars to be awarded in Malta are De Mondion – Chef Kevin Bonello, Noni – Chef Jonathan Brincat, Under Grain – Chef Victor Borg, ION - The Harbour Head Chef Andrew Borg, and Bahia Head Chef Tyrone Mizzi.


Malta’s vineyards invite their elite visitors to enjoy exclusive access to their tasting rooms. Guests can step onto one of their terraces and enjoy a glass of wine overlooking the vineyards and striking scenery of the Maltese countryside, with the Mediterranean coast or the medieval city of Mdina shimmering in the distance. Now winning accolades in international competitions, Maltese vineyards are renowned in particular for their high-quality boutique wines. Connoisseurs will especially appreciate the indigenous Maltese grapes – the girgentina and the gellewza.


Whether you are looking for natural wellness spots or some of the best spa facilities around, the Maltese Islands has a great selection. With endless serene and idyllic locations by the shore, meditation, and outdoor fitness activities; such as yoga, have never been more accessible! The crashing of waves on the rocks, whilst breathing in the salty sea breeze, contributes to a stress-free environment and helps one relax and unwind, whilst also rejuvenating one’s body. Outdoor sessions are growing in popularity at a very fast rate, with many clients preferring to connect with nature while exercising. Many of these sessions are being performed in stunning locations such as Buskett Woodlands, which were planted by the Knights of St. John, and the picturesque Dingli Cliffs. The sounds of nature create a calming sensation, ensuring that one can find one’s zen.


Many historic sites can be booked for after-hour private tours. St. John’s Co-Cathedral Tours is one example. Completed in 1577, The St. John’s Co-Cathedral was designed by Girolamo Cassar, a praised Maltese architect also responsible for building the Grand Master’s Palace in Valletta.



The secluded bays, warm waters and uninhabited islands of Malta are a perfect combination for a private day on a beautiful Maltese charter. Private boat charters are an opportunity for the luxury traveler to explore the caves and rock formations of Gozo Island, sail South of Malta to Marsaskala Bay, take a dip in St. Peter’s Pool, or even explore the Blue Grotto before sunset. Packages also include private land tours, where guests can visit the capital city of Valletta, St. John’s Cathedral, Barrakka Gardens, and Vittoriosa City - former quarters of the Knights of Malta.


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