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Always popular, Malta appeals to a wide range of holidaymakers, from younger people (the MTV Malta Festival anybody?) to holidaymakers in search of a city break , families on their annual holiday, and the more mature traveller looking for a longer stay. Twin centre holidays between Malta and neighbouring island Gozo are proving increasingly popular. The climate is typically Mediterranean with hot, dry summers and mild, humid winters and 98% of Malta’s bathing waters are of an excellent quality.*
There’s a great choice of flights from the major UK airports as well as the regional ones. With Air Malta, easyJet, Ryanair and Bmibaby offering direct flights from a total of 17 airports.
Once you are there the whole of the island’s historical and cultural delights are extremely accessible and well worth exploring. Malta’s capital, Valletta, is one of the finest Baroque cities in Europe and has recently been named as European Capital of Culture for 2018.   
 
 
And from rock-climbing, diving, golf, walking and cycling during the day to relaxing spa treatments and fine dining, Malta has something for every type of visitor. When it comes to a short-haul destination with the family factor, Malta hits the spot every time with The Popeye Village, Mediterraneo Water Park and many military re-enactments in period costume. The annual MTV festival has played a big role in raising the profile of the island as a destination that many young people would not have considered. And for even more diversity check out the Classic Car Grand Prix and the International Firework Festival.

Our partner, Classic Collection Holidays feature a superb choice of Malta’s finest luxury hotels and offers departures from any airport serving Malta with any airline for any duration. To make sure that their luxury holidays remain affordable all are price-match protected.

For further information please call us now free on 0800 048 8772 (or local rate 01491 833227) or email holiday@fullcircletravel.com


*Figure obtained from the European Union Bathing Water Report, giving Malta the second best bathing waters in the European Union