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THINGS TO DO IN MALTA IN YOUR FREE TIME
Malta is a small island, which means you can travel using public transport (see: Public Transport in Malta) relatively easily and quickly. Everything you may need while attending your English course in Malta is close to the language school. Within a couple of minutes walk from your accommodation, you have access to the sea, restaurants, bars, cafes, shopping centres, SPA centres and much more!

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES:


Near the hotels that we offer, there are numerous tourist attractions and things to do, available year-round or seasonally.

ACTIVITIES:



  • City bikes (round the clock)

  • Diving schools

  • Water sports, e.g. kayaks, pedalos (April – October)

  • Sailboats and boats

  • Beach Clubs with pools and discos (June – September)


WELL-BEING:



  • Massage studios

  • Hairdresser or barber

  • Beauty salons

  • SPAs

  • Shopping centres & supermarkets


VISITING AND FREE TIME:



  1. Mdina – The Silent City – the capital of Malta from ancient times until the Middle Ages

  2. Popeye’s Village – an amusement park where the movie “Popeye” with Robin Williams was shot

  3. Marsaxlokk – a traditional fish market, which takes place every Sunday morning

  4. Ferry from Sliema to Valletta

  5. Hop On – Hop Off – a two-story English bus, allowing you to conveniently see the most interesting places on the island

  6. Malta’s capital – Valletta – the southernmost and the most sunny capital of Europe, itself a UNESCO World Heritage Site

  7. Blue Grotto – azure caves in the south of the island, full of beautiful views and crystal clear, turquoise waters

  8. Paceville – a lively, sprawling nightlife hub with many clubs and pubs. Admission to most of them is free.

  9. Blue Lagoon on Comino – a brilliant, aquamarine paradise for enthusiasts of diving, swimming and photography

  10. Dingli Cliffs – one of the highest parts of Malta, with an elevation of over 200 m a.s.l.

  11. Beautiful sandy beaches: Golden Bay, Mellieha Bay, Paradise Bay, Pretty Bay and Għajn Tuffieħa

  12. Sister Island of Gozo – the second largest Maltese Island, famous because of the beautiful unspoilt landscape and scenery


LIFE IN MALTA DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC


For more information on everyday life and things to do in Malta during the COVID-19 Pandemic, visit our dedicated Info Page: COVID-19 in Malta – Questions & Answers.
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