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Map of Malta (all) hotels
- Blue Lagoon
- Mellieha Bay
- St George's Beach
- Sliema Promenade
- Golden Sands Beach
- Sliema Ferry
- Bugibba Beach
- Bugibba Square
- Great Seige of Malta and the Knights of St. John
- Mediterranean Conference Centre
- St Paul's Island
- Point Shopping Mall
- University of Malta
- Royal Malta Golf Club
- Bay Street Shopping Complex
- St. Paul's Cathedral
- Mediterraneo Marine Park
- Ta' Cenc
Best hotels in Malta (all)
Malta and Gozo are attractive and fascinating Mediterranean islands, blessed with a benign climate and some rich historical settlements. Malta is a cosmopolitan island that was settled by Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, and Arabs in turn, offering traditional beach resorts, the imposing medieval fortress city of Valletta, and evocative small towns. Gozo is a tranquil escape, with unspoiled old fishing villages and pristine beaches. Hotels.com, with its considerable experience and expertise in online accommodation, can offer a great selection of Malta and Gozo hotels whatever your preferred location or budget considerations. Use the quick and easy Hotels.com reservation system to secure your Malta and Gozo accommodation in advance and look forward to a relaxed vacation on the islands.
What are Malta and Gozo Like?
Valletta is the first experience of Malta for many visitors and the island capital is an immediately impressive city. With medieval fortifications built by the Knights of St. John, a stylish 21st-century makeover of the city gateway, and streets still featuring quaint details from the British occupation, Valletta is a diverse and charming place. The walled city of Mdina, by contrast, offers atmospheric old streets and squares, Roman remains, and elegant medieval palaces. Sliema and St. Julian's are Malta's main beach resorts, with numerous restaurants, entertainment facilities, and shopping malls. On Gozo, the capital, Victoria, features a fortified citadel offering great views around the island. The beach of Ramla Bay is a Gozo beauty spot, with its red-tinged golden sands. Malta and Gozo hotels allow a leisurely exploration of the diverse attractions available on the islands.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Malta and Gozo
The British influence means that English is still a common language in Malta and Gozo, so language difficulties are unlikely. Don't be alarmed by the Maltese habit of speaking very loudly, it's just an island trait and not meant to be intimidating. Driving can be a little unnerving, but if you don't wish to rent a car, transport around the islands is possible using the colorful vintage Maltese buses. Malta and Gozo are linked by ferries from Cirkewwa on Malta to Mgarr on Gozo, with journey times of around 20 minutes. There are bus connections from Valletta to Cirkewwa. Check weather conditions before booking, as these can cause delays or cancellations. Consult the Hotels.com site to get all the information required to identify your perfect selection from our range of Malta and Gozo hotels. Our guest reviews offer frank and accurate ratings, while photos and sample room descriptions show you what to expect from Malta and Gozo accommodation.
Malta (all) travel guides
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