Malta’s dramatic cliffs and quiet coves make it glorious to sail into. With its diverse history and easy-going Mediterranean spirit, it will instantly embrace you.


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Malta highlights: atmospheric, welcoming, ancient

Amazing weather and photogenic beaches aside, Malta has a rich culture, drawing on its eclectic history. Arabian, Sicilian, French and British influences combine and conspire to draw you back again and again.

Home to prehistoric sites such as the famous Hal Saflieni Hypogeum – an underground necropolis reported to date back 5,000 years, Malta’s more recent history is fascinating too.

On your Malta cruise, we’ll take you to the capital, Valletta. Visit the popular Café Pregor with its original 1950s furniture and the Lascaris War Rooms, a warren of secret tunnels and chambers, integral to WW2 operations. Or take a guided tour of Casa Rocca Piccola, the museum home of the Marquis de Piro, where your guide is the Marquis himself!

And when you fancy a pit stop, sit back with a rich coffee, refreshing aperitif, or some tasty Maltese cuisine at one of the many cafes, hotels, restaurants and bars.

Weather & what to pack

Malta has a traditionally Mediterranean climate, which is heavily influenced by the sea. The summers are hot and dry, with an average temperature of 31 degrees Celsius. There’s much to see and do in Malta, so we recommend walking shoes and a comfortable bag or rucksack as well as light summer clothes.


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