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  • Gozo Full-Day Jeep Tour with Lunch and Powerboat Ride

    1. Gozo Full-Day Jeep Tour with Lunch and Powerboat Ride

    Explore the island of Gozo by Jeep and see the most beautiful sights in a day. Benefit from hotel pick-up in Malta and catch the ferry to Gozo, where a tour leader will meet you on arrival. Then, head to the Qala Belvedere for panoramic views across the sea. Get back to nature in the Simar Valley and visit the pretty resort town of Ramla Bay. See ruins at Calypso's Cave, or explore the temple complex of Ġgantija (own expense). Discover the typical fishing village of Xlendi Bay, visit one of the oldest settlements at Kercem Heights and marvel at the rock formations of Dwejra. Get up close to the salt pans on the north coast near the beach resort of Marsalforn Bay.

    Visit the Citadel in the capital city of Victoria, purchase artisanal products at the Gozo Craft Center. Then, enjoy some time for a relaxing swim in the sea. End with a powerboat ride back to Malta via the B...

    A great day is had well organised from start to finish. Lunch was perfect and we got to see a lot of Gozo in one day.

  • Gozo: Jeep Safari & Comino with Buffet Lunch and Wine

    2. Gozo: Jeep Safari & Comino with Buffet Lunch and Wine

    Your combination tour begins with pickup from your hotel from where you will be taken to the Gozo Ferry for a 20-minute crossing from the island of Malta to Gozo. Once arriving in Gozo, your experience may start with either the jeep tour or the boat trip. Enjoy lunch between your activities. On the jeep tour venture to a high point to view the Three Islands of the Maltese Archipelago. Following that, you will drive through the valleys and back streets to discover the real island, as you pass through areas where no bus or taxi can pass. The advantage of the jeep is that you have a driver for every 5 to 6 people, allowing the trip to be very personal. As lunchtime approaches, it will be time to stop into a local restaurant for a freshly-prepared buffet lunch, all washed down by some chilled Gozo wine and local fruit. On your boat trip board your wonderful twin-masted schooner for a lovely...

    Awesome cruise- so worth the little money spend.The ride with the already a bit old jeeps is very adventurous but it was also a lot of fun. I found the stops too short.The jeep driver and boat staff are nice.

  • From Malta: Full-Day Quad Bike Tour of Gozo with Lunch

    3. From Malta: Full-Day Quad Bike Tour of Gozo with Lunch

    Get an adrenaline rush on a one-of-a-kind adventure tour for thrill seekers. Be taken to the beautiful island of Gozo by powerboat to avoid the queuing at the ferry terminal and experience it all from a different perspective. Ride around the island on a Quad Bike in the company of very experienced tour leaders. See all the highlights of the island, from the stunning viewpoint of the Qala Belvedere and the rugged landscapes of the Simar Valley and Ramla Valley. Go to Calypso Cave and the village of Marsalforn. See the Traditional Saltpans and drive through the Ghasri Valley. Discover the incredible Inland Sea of Dwejra and the small islet of Fungus Rock. Take a swimming break and get some time to shop. Then, take a powerboat back to Malta via the Blue Lagoon and Comino Caves.

    The full-day quad bike tour of Gozo was amazing!! The whole tour was organised to perfection: we have been picked up outside our hotel in Sliema, and dropped at the harbour to the boat to Gozo. We got to see most of Gozo, that's magical! I would definitely recommend it, especially if you are travelling between January and March, as the island is greener (but the sun is still shinning) and less tourists at this time of the year.

  • Malta: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tours

    4. Malta: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tours

    Explore Malta's incredible estates, history, and sights at your own pace. Take the exclusive hop-on, hop-off tours, and ride at your own convenience on the open-top double decker buses. During your tour, you can stop at any of the following major attractions in the city, on these routes: South Malta Route (Red Route) • Valletta • Tarxien • The Temples and Hypogeum • The Three Cities • Marsaxlokk Fishing Village • Ghar Dalam Museum • Blue Grotto • Hagar Qim and Mnajdra Temples • The Limestone Heritage • The Falconry Centre • The Montekristo Estates • Sliema North Malta Route (Blue Route) • Valletta • San Anton Gardens • The Crafts Village • Aviation Museum • Mosta Church • Mdina • Roman Villa • Mgarr Church • Golden Bay • Bugibba Square • Splash and Fun Water Park • Mediterraneo Marine Park • St. George’s Bay • Spinola Bay You will get free transport to the tour departure point. Tra...

    Good to see the different places. Sometimes gets too busy and buses don’t always run every 30 minutes

  • Malta’s 3 Cities Tour & Wine Tasting

    5. Malta’s 3 Cities Tour & Wine Tasting

    Enjoy a half-day tour of Malta’s 3 Cities, a collective term for the 3 fortified cities of Cospicua, Vittoriosa, and Senglea. You will learn about the history and rich culture of the Mediterranean island, and sample some of Malta’s full-bodied wines at the Marsovin Cellars. With pick-ups from any hotel in Malta, the tour you will take you through Cospicua, a double-fortified harbor city, and the largest of the 3 cities you will visit. Cospicua was given the title “Citta' Cottonera,” but erroneously this is now used to define the whole region. Continue to Vittoriosa, ideally situated for safe anchorage. Over time it has developed a long history of maritime, mercantile, and military activities. Prior to the establishment of Valletta as capital and main city of Malta, military powers that wanted to rule the Maltese islands would need to obtain control of Vittoriosa, due to its significant...

    We have been looked after by Mark. It was easy going, enjoyable walk trough 3 cities and then we went to wine tasting at Marsovin winery. It was educational and enjoyable. Eat before the wine tasting. Mark gives you about 20 minutes in the city before wine tasting so use that to eat something as Maltese snacks are bread with tomatoes and lovely olive oil and some crackers We have been dropped off near the hotel. All in all ,it was lovely and pleasant day

  • Gozo Full-Day Sightseeing Tour of Malta's Sister Island

    6. Gozo Full-Day Sightseeing Tour of Malta's Sister Island

    Cross to the tiny island of Gozo to enjoy a 10-hour sightseeing tour of the sister island of Malta. Drive to Xlendi Bay, a popular beach and an ideal diving site. Tour the fishing village and harbor, where fishing vessels bob. Your next stop is the historic fortified city of The Citadella in the heart of Victoria. Also called The Citadel, it is on Malta's tentative list of future UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and contains an old prison within the city walls. Stop for a buffet lunch in Rabat, before seeing the Ta' Pinu Basilica, close to the village of Gharb. Finally, drive to Mgarr Port via Qala Belvedere, where breathtaking scenes await.

    Day started with a very easy pick up from the local hotel and then a very short ride north to the ferry. Crossing was seamless and second air-conditioned coach was there to pick up. Tour takes in all the major places to visit and we never felt rushed with plenty of time to take everything in. Local guide was excellent and very attentive to everyone’s needs. Lunch was very nice with both water and wine included. Trip back to hotel at the end of the day was also very easy with hotel drop offs well planned and timed. I would definitely recommend this excursion if you are only going to Goso for the day

  • Malta: Malta Island Bus Tour and Optional Boat Tour

    7. Malta: Malta Island Bus Tour and Optional Boat Tour

    Get a taste of the unique island of Malta on a bus tour and that offers an optional boat tour. Discover over 7,000 years of history as you drive past heritage sites, popular attractions, and beautiful natural landscapes.  Running during the summer months of the year (May onwards), the hop-on hop-off route starts from Bugibba, passing through Qawra and St Julian's and on to Malta’s capital city Valletta. You'll then make your way south where you will be able to experience and visit historic temples and sights along the way. Following your stop at the Blue Grotto, the tour heads back up north and inland stopping at Roman sites and points of interest and then back to Bugibba via Golden Bay on the North-West coast. With over 30 stops and 50 points of interest along the route, discover this Maltese Island like never before. Experience key sights including the Mosta Church and Dome; Ta’Qali...

    This tour is perfect for the ones who want to see different parts of Malta fast and on a budget! The buses arrive every 30mins or so and you can enjoy the site and just hop back on!

  • Full-Day Cruise to Comino & Blue Lagoon with Food & Drinks

    8. Full-Day Cruise to Comino & Blue Lagoon with Food & Drinks

    This cruise has the simple aim of giving you the maximum amount of time to enjoy swimming and snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of Comino's Blue Lagoon. When you want to relax, snacks, beverages and air-conditioning are available aboard the boat, where you can also sunbathe on the upper deck. The boat leaves the Sliema ferry dock at 10:30 AM and returns at 5:30 PM, which gives you 7 hours to enjoy the sun and sea however you want. The Blue Lagoon, between the small island of Comino and smaller islet of Cominotto, is a basin of clear, turquoise water with a white sandy bottom and abundant marine life. It's great for swimming and photos, but even better for snorkeling. Equipment is available onboard.

  • Malta: Marsamxett Harbour and Grand Harbour Cruise by Night

    9. Malta: Marsamxett Harbour and Grand Harbour Cruise by Night

    Enjoy an interesting and relaxing cruise through two natural harbors, the Marsamxett Harbour, and the famous Grand Harbour. Delight in the beauty of these harbors rich in history and traditional Maltese culture. On this tour, you will also visit ten of Malta's creeks. As you depart the Strand Sliema, you will cruise inside Sliema Creek, around Manoel Island to Lazzaretto Creek, better known as the Yacht Marina, round Ta'Xbiex to Msida & Pieta Creeks, cruising by the battlements and fortifications surrounding Valletta and Floriana to the Grand Harbour. Then, you will proceed to Menqa Creek, Marsa Creek, and the inner basin to see the Malta Ship Building Yard. You will continue on to the French Creek and the Dockyard Area, round the Three Cities Senglea, Cospicua, and Vittoriosa, and back to Sliema, cruising right inside 10 creeks.

    It had been a nice experience to sail with thw relieving sea breeze through capital's ports and marina's. The explanations were easily nad clearly heard even by most of us who remained outside on the deck. The only problem was that afterwards there was no shuttle serice for us staying in Valetta. After a phone call, however, this was solved after some time.

  • Blue Grotto & Sunday Market at Marsaxlokk Fishing Village

    10. Blue Grotto & Sunday Market at Marsaxlokk Fishing Village

    Your 5-hour tour starts at the Blue Grotto. Made up of sea caverns on the southern coast of Malta, the Blue Grotto caverns are west of Wied iz-Zurrieq Harbor and across the small uninhabited islet of Filfla. Every day from sunrise until about 13:00 the cave's unique location allows sunlight to reflect in the water to create numerous shades of brilliant blue. Several caverns mirror the brilliant phosphorescent colors of the underwater plants. Other caverns show a deep dark shade of blue. If weather permits, you can do a 20 minute boat trip around the caves for an extra fee. You will then drive to the fishing village of Marsaxlokk. Vibrant, colorful Marsaxlokk Market offers a great opportunity to experience the local life. Browse the stalls where fresh fish and seafood are sold, and barter for honey, fruit jams, wine, vegetables, clothing, and souvenirs. You'll have free time to explore...

    It was great. The blue grotto is a must see. And the guide was very friendly and informative. Although the fish market wasn’t that interesting. It was all just plastic tat.

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Day started with a very easy pick up from the local hotel and then a very short ride north to the ferry. Crossing was seamless and second air-conditioned coach was there to pick up. Tour takes in all the major places to visit and we never felt rushed with plenty of time to take everything in. Local guide was excellent and very attentive to everyone’s needs. Lunch was very nice with both water and wine included. Trip back to hotel at the end of the day was also very easy with hotel drop offs well planned and timed. I would definitely recommend this excursion if you are only going to Goso for the day

We have been looked after by Mark. It was easy going, enjoyable walk trough 3 cities and then we went to wine tasting at Marsovin winery. It was educational and enjoyable. Eat before the wine tasting. Mark gives you about 20 minutes in the city before wine tasting so use that to eat something as Maltese snacks are bread with tomatoes and lovely olive oil and some crackers We have been dropped off near the hotel. All in all ,it was lovely and pleasant day

Amazing experience. Wine was really tasty and tour was very informative. Tour guide superb. Highly recommend.

Very well organised. Our guide Rita shared with us history and every day habits of locals.

Much better than expected. The guide explained everything so that was easy to understand.