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Holiday in a B&B on Malta
Malta is made up of the inhabited islands of Malta, Gozo, Comino and Manoel along with a number of uninhabited islands. The southern part of the island of Malta features the steep Dingli Cliffs and deep caves. Stunning, intimate bays in the north are ideal for swimming and sunbathing. Choose from one of the many inviting B&B’s, guesthouses or lodges on Malta and enjoy an unforgettable holiday.
Bed and Breakfast in Valletta
Valletta, the capital of Malta, is filled with breath-taking sights and overwhelms visitors with its steep lanes and pleasant courtyards. Look across the city’s vast harbour from its strong and high ramparts, and visit the imposing Grandmaster’s Palace, the Manoel Theatre and the National Museum of Fine Arts. Another must-see is St John’s Co-Cathedral with its lovely decorations and paintings. Don’t forget to try the two national drinks called ‘Kinnie’ and ‘Bajtra’.
Bed & Breakfast in Gozo
There are beautiful temples to admire on the authentic island of Gozo, with its capital of Victoria (locally known as Rabat). Enjoy sea, sun and tranquillity at stunning Ramla Bay beach. Hint: it’s great to dive or snorkel at Dwejra Point along the western coast of the island. An absolute highlight is the Azure Window natural span. Fantastic products are sold at the Ta’ Dbiegi Craft Village, including world-famous mouth-blown glass. A little further along is the island of Comino with the idyllic Blue Lagoon. Anchor here and you can blissfully relax, sunbathe and swim.
B&B in Mellieha Bay
Mellieha Bay, on the northern coast of Malta, is especially renowned for its beaches and is an ideal base from which to explore the archipelago. A few kilometres from here are two gorgeous bays with crystal-clear water and pristine beaches, called Ghajn Tuffieha Bay and Golden Bay. Many water sport options are available at the latter. Large numbers of migratory birds use the nearby Ghadira National Reserve bird haven as a resting site during their journey from Europe to Africa.
Bed and Breakfast in Mdina
The most beautiful village on Malta is Mdina on the Dingli Plateau. From the terrace of Fontanella Tea Gardens, you’ll have prime view of the island. This walled town is closed to road traffic, so is ideal for exploring on foot. Quiet and narrow lanes, courtyards and picturesque dwellings combine with interesting sights, such as St Peter & Paul’s Cathedral. At the museum, make sure that you see the torture equipment displayed in the dungeon! From Mdina, you can walk to the village of Rabat that is home to St Paul’s catacombs, a sight definitely worth seeing.
Culture and cuisine on Malta
On Malta, you’ll find famous Megalithic temples that are older than the Egyptian pyramids. The Hagar Qim Temples are a great example. Maltese cuisine is just as diverse as its culture. It is traditional and has clearly been influenced by former sovereigns. Thanks to the oceans surrounding the archipelago, there’s a year-round abundant supply of fresh fish. However, make sure that you also try the other dishes that Malta is known for, such as rabbit stew.
Book a Bed and Breakfast on Malta
There are no less than 130 B&B’s on Malta and the smaller island of Gozo. These range from simple farmhouses to palazzos with Jacuzzis. Find your ideal bed and breakfast and book it directly without the addition of extra booking fees. View the range of B&B’s on Malta >>