With this tour you will be able to see all the faces that Malta offers.
You will also find tours in our Malta packs in 2 days, 3 days and 4 days so as not to miss absolutely anything of our islands.
We start the visit with one of our most traditional and unique villages: Marsaxlokk.
This small enclave, has the privilege of being the largest fishing village on the island and also of owning the second largest natural port, so in other times galleons and other boats captained by pirates found here the perfect refuge for their stumbles.
Today Marsaxlokk retains all its charm, with its port full of luzzus, the colorful traditional fishing boats in Malta, with which fishermen supply us with fresh fish, protected by the Eye of Osiris from the bow of their boats.
We will walk through this small town and it’s traditional flea market, where we can stock ourselves with souvenirs, and make a short stop to replenish our strength with a traditional Maltese snack and refreshment.
Then we head to look at one of the most spectacular places on the islands: the Blue Grotto. This geological accident defies gravity and erosion by creating a 100% natural architectural work of art. We will look at a belvedere from which to appreciate its majestic size, but also its beautiful waters, if you’d like we can finish and take a boat which takes us to the black rock caves by the turquoise waters of the sea.
We continue with this one of a kind visit.
Impossible not to begin this description by saying that Malta has a unique prehistory and a surprising number of Megalithic World Heritage complexes, dating back to around 3,600 BC. and that were built by a culture that advances to others, sometimes even by millennia.
That is why we will visit the temples of Hagar Qim where we will explain this unique culture: who they were and how they managed to build temples with megaliths up to 20 tons almost 6000 years ago and still stand, despite being 1000 years older than the pyramids of Egypt.
To rest so much information we continue with a lighter visit but with high sights, since we will go to the highest point of Malta, the cliffs of Dingli. From here we will enjoy one of the best panoramas.
We continue with Mdina, the ancient capital, which today is known as “the city of silence”. It seems taken out of a storybook, not in vain many great productions such as “Gladiator”, “Agora” or “Game of Thrones” have been shot in its streets.
It is only necessary to rest your elbows on its high walls and almost as a bird’s eye view we can observe practically the whole of the island. Thus we managed to enter the shoes of the sentries who from that very point guarded the seas and their shores looking for the enemy. We will walk its streets and corners, discovering its history and its medieval architecture.
After viewing this charming city, we will continue to the centere of Malta to finish off this tour.
We finish off at the Basilica of St Mary of Mosta, known in Malta as the Rotunda, because its dome without supports is one of the largest in Europe. It is also considered miraculous by the locals as two bombs fell on it in the IIGM, without causing personal injury.
This tour can be done from front to back or back to front depending on where your accommodation is, to make the most of the time, and adjust the times according to your interests (we may suggest shortening from one place to lengthen another, for example). And it is also important that we talk about the food, since it would be advisable to book a restaurant, especially if it is Sunday, so as not to have problems. For this, do not hesitate to consult us and we will advise you delightedly.
- Total price up to 3 passengers – 380 euros
- Total price up to 8 passengers – 485 euros
- Total price up to 14 passengers – 625 euros
- For more than 15 passengers you can consult us in Groups
- Duration: 8 hours
- The visit will be made with official MTA guide
- Includes pick-up and drop-off by private vehicle
- Includes traditional snack and refreshment for participants
- Includes entrance to Hagar Qim temples
- Includes entrance to Mosta Basilica