April through June is deemed to be the best time to visit Malta. Being less crowded, April and May bring in a lot of generous deals on hotels, putting a start for a stunning beach season. This is also a perfect time for bright Maltese village festas. July through September is considered to be most humid and touristic season.
Malta becomes an unforgettable hiking place as it gets greener in autumn months. You'll never regret visiting this island in late autumn, because it's another spring with enjoyable sailing and kayaking. Winter months are the wettest and the coldest. Still, you can take part in Carnival in February or even surf.
Discover a taste of rural Malta by enjoying the quieter places of the island especially by trekking along the Gozo coast
Discover the Blue Grotto, a natural wonder-cave situated in the surrounding cliffs
Check out the lunar terrain of this atypical beach—no sand but but smooth rock shaped by erosion. It's St. Peter's Pool!
The Azure Window was a beautiful sight, especially at sunset. Now it's another rocky spot of Maltese coast and an excellent diving location
Sea salt is still prized for its flavour and texture, which is considered by some serious food lovers to be superior to the more common mined table salt
Explore Malta's amazing beach life which is too tempting to resist!
Kayaking is a new way to discover Gozo and Comino
Choose Maltese bays for enjoying your favorite wind sports
The favourite berry season for the Maltese with thousands of strawberries which are picked, prepared, packed, and eaten
Explore Malta on a bike passing gentle undulating slopes, country landscapes, and sea views
‘Love-me, love-me not’ (thobbni, ma thobbnix)... Do you know such a game?
Cook Aljotta by adding the whole fish from head to tail, in order to create an unforgettable flavour for the soup
Have a wonderful experience sailing around famous routes of Malta
Try some of these wonderful fruits of the Mediterranean, known to the Maltese people as naspli
No need to be an ornithologist to watch birds and have fun in Malta!
Could the Romans know that their apiaries built into the natural rock have made the honey industry in Malta famous all over Europe?
Enjoy sweet and delicate fresh figs when visiting Malta in summer
Unfortunately Malta is plagued by more and more jellyfish every summer due to increasing temperatures
Check out marching parades of colorful floats and party-goers in bright costumes, music bands, and costumed children along the historic streets
These Maltese fireworks are not just pyrotechnical displays, they are Art!
Guaranteeing a memorable night, Notte Bianca truly holds something special for every guest
Maltese summer nights will provide you with a memorable experience with bursts of colour, music, and bright fireworks during the traditional festa (feast) season
One of the summer's biggest festivals in Europe! Check out this week full of clubbing and unforgettable parties
The coolest MTV summer party is absolutely free of charge
From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday: pray, love, and have fun!
Enjoy a day out by the sea in the scenic village of Marsaxlokk and savour the fresh fish, boating in "luzzi," and learn about Festa Ħut
Be witness the changing of the guard ceremony in Valletta, more pompous and ceremonial than you've ever seen
Among the "saint days" in the Maltese church calendar, the Feast of Saint Paul is one of only a handful that has the status of a national holiday
One of the most spectacular events on the yachting calendar is fought out against a stunning backdrop of dramatic, ever-changing Mediterranean landscapes!
Every Maltese chef has his own recipe for stuffed squid. This dish is unmatched and very delicious!
Find a way to relax and ease your stress by surfing in Malta
Try the taste of potato, apple, or cucumber in one fruit
Try some of Malta's premium wine on a visit to the Marsovin Grape Harvest Feast in Marsaxlokk
Meet the first sun rays near the Temples of Hagar Qim to mark the summer solstice, a new day and even a new life!
Have you ever eaten a cactus fruit? Try delicious prickly pears in Malta
Try stuffed olives called "zebbug mimli," a lovely snack at every Maltese festive occasion
Maltese Spurge is so colourful at certain times of the year, especially during the period of blooming
If you ask the Maltese which species of snail can be eaten, they say "only one snail, the Edible"
It's amazing that Caravaggio was able to escape from the mighty walls of Fort St. Angelo
Discover the spectacular underwater world of the Mediterranean and you may find the treasures of the ship wrecks in the deep cerulean waters
One of the best pre-summer music festivals in Europe
Pixxispad Mimli is a juicy fish steak well worth a try!
Christmas time is engrossed in tradition—a favorite holiday for many Maltese people