The Maltese islands have a rich and diverse history, perfect for people with an active interest in culture and the arts.
From mysterious Megalithic temples through to the 16th century Capital City of Valletta, Malta has something to offer everyone.
The country's national architecture reflects influences from many of the different nations that have left traces on the islands. From the Phoenicians, Carthaginians and Romans to the Arabic nations, Sicillians and British, many cultures have left their mark on Maltese society and history.
Below are just a few of the cultural tours that we offer:
- The ancient walled city of Mdina, first thought to have been fortified by the Phoenicians in 700 BC, includes a trip to the Crafts Village
- The Baroque Capital City of Valletta and St John's Co-Cathedral with it's impressive Caravaggio paintings, built by the Knights of the Order of St John in 1566, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Picturesque Malta by night, a tour of the island focussing mainly on the 3 cities area (Adults only)
- Traditional Maltese village feast (during the summer months), a tradition dating back to the 16th century showing a slice of island life
- The Megalithic temples of Mnajdra, Hagar Qim or Tarxien
- The Hypogeum, a subterranean structure dating back to 3000-2500 BC, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Palaces and gardens of Malta, San Anton Garden, Palazzo Falson and Casa Rocca Piccola
- The Roman Villa and museum in Rabat
- Day trip to Gozo, Malta's sister island, famous for its relaxed atmosphere and green countryside
- Natural attractions such as the Azure Window and Fungus Rock
- Harbour Cruise around the Grand Harbour of Valletta
- Fort Rinella, a Victorian fortification
- The beautiful fishing village of Marsaxlokk with one of the oldest ports in Malta
- Day trips to Reggio Calabria, Italy
- Day trips to Sicily