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!
Near the hotels that we offer, there are numerous tourist attractions and things to do, available year-round or seasonally.
- 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)
- Massage studios
- Hairdresser or barber
- Beauty salons
- Shopping centres & supermarkets
VISITING AND FREE TIME:
- Mdina – The Silent City – the capital of Malta from ancient times until the Middle Ages
- Popeye’s Village – an amusement park where the movie “Popeye” with Robin Williams was shot
- Marsaxlokk – a traditional fish market, which takes place every Sunday morning
- Ferry from Sliema to Valletta
- Hop On – Hop Off – a two-story English bus, allowing you to conveniently see the most interesting places on the island
- Malta’s capital – Valletta – the southernmost and the most sunny capital of Europe, itself a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Blue Grotto – azure caves in the south of the island, full of beautiful views and crystal clear, turquoise waters
- Paceville – a lively, sprawling nightlife hub with many clubs and pubs. Admission to most of them is free.
- Blue Lagoon on Comino – a brilliant, aquamarine paradise for enthusiasts of diving, swimming and photography
- Dingli Cliffs – one of the highest parts of Malta, with an elevation of over 200 m a.s.l.
- Beautiful sandy beaches: Golden Bay, Mellieha Bay, Paradise Bay, Pretty Bay and Għajn Tuffieħa
- 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.