The perfect pack for those who come a week on holiday and want to see and do everything to see and do in Malta. With this pack you forget about worries like looking for what to do or spend too much: a pack of 6 activities for 7 days* to enjoy the holidays to the full end without worrying about anything.
We will visit Mdina and the downtown area, the most traditional in Malta, where we will come into contact with its history and peculiarities: we will visit the village of Rabat that houses Roman catacombs, the Basilica of Mosta with its immense dome, the gardens of St Anton and the cliffs of Dingli, going on to buy souvenirs in Ta Qali, the workshops where crafts are made in Malta.
We are still visiting another of the most traditional and authentic areas of Malta with Gozo, the most rural and quiet island in the archipelago. But, like everything on our islands, Gozo has several surprises, such as the oldest standing buildings in the world in Ggantija (entrance included), the medieval town of Cittadella and its arrabal, Rabat, and some of the most beautiful natural landscapes of the islands, such as Dwjera and Xlendi.
On Sunday there is no choice but to go to Marsaxlokk, where the popular traditional market is held, where you can try and buy some of our most typical products, get the souvenirs that are missing or just enjoy the sea decorated with the colorful Maltese fishing boats while you have a beer. And from Marsaxlokk we follow the Blue Grotto, a natural spectacle for the impossible shape of its stones and the color of its waters that you can reach by boat (not included, since it depends on the weather conditions).
And, of course, the jewel of the islands: Valletta. We will show you the city built by gentlemen for knights, its lesser known secrets and its most spectacular corners. And not only that, since we enter with you the Concathedral of St. John, the most baroque building in the world, decorated from floor to ceiling by the best artists including Caravaggio, who left us here two of his works.
Another place no one should miss is Comino and the amazing turquoise waters of the Blue Lagoon, so we took a boat to take us to the small island where we will spend the day enjoying the beach.
And to finish off, we take this boat, but this one doesn't take us anywhere, but it will take us everywhere. Specifically all the nooks and crannies of our two main ports: Marsamxett and the Great Port. From the ship you can see the Lazareto to avoid the pests, the impressive strong sanjuanists who protect the ports (including Rinella, where superproductions such as Gladiator or Game of Thrones have been recorded), the area of the Three Cities where the famous Great Siege took place, and so many more things. But above all, you can enjoy a beautiful boat ride and see what visitors to our islands have seen for centuries. In addition, the visit includes free time in Sliema, one of the most modern areas of Malta where you can shop or see another side of our islands.
- Pick-up and drop-off to the hotel on all excursions
- Official guide on all excursions except cruises (Comino and Two ports)
- Two full-day excursions (Mdina and Gozo) with food
- Two half-day, in the morning (Marsaxlokk and Valletta)
- A full-day cruise (Comino)
- Includes entrance to St. John's Cathedral
- Includes entrance to Mosta Church
- Includes entrance to the catacombs (Rabat)
- Includes entrance to the temples of Ggantija
- Includes ferry ticket to Gozo
* Some of the excursions** take place only one day of the week, so it is important that your stay is 7 full days. It is the customer's responsibility to confirm that these times do not affect the rest of their trip.
**Once you make your reservation and tell us your accommodation in Malta, we will send you the approximate pick-up time. You are usually picked up at your hotel or residence although in some cases, if access is difficult for the bus you will be provided with a nearby point.