Golf Accommodation and Hotels
Fortina Spa Resort4 star
The Fortina Spa Resort in Sliema, Malta, was inaugurated on the 30th April 2006 by the Honourable Prime Minister of Malta, Dr Lawrence Gonzi. The Resort has been built and finished using state-of-the-art materials and specially designed to appeal to those looking to relax and indulge in luxury. The …
Xara Palace5 star
Within the 16th-Century walled city, the Xara Palace was built over three hundred years ago for a noble family, was occupied by the British during WWII when Malta was an important strategic “outpost”. And for the last 15 years, the Palace has been welcoming clients as a refined boutique hotel with …
A pleasant holiday golf course with a lower slope rating than most so you should be able to have fun and play to your handicap…So your holiday in Malta just got better! The Royal Malta Golf Club was founded in 1888 primarily as a facility for British servicemen stationed in Malta: …
All Inclusive Golf Holidays Malta
Come to the island nation of Malta and experience the Mediterranean lifestyle. With quite beaches and warm sunshine our All Inclusive Golf Holidays-Malta are an experience to remember.
Malta All Inclusive Golf Holidays
Explore the beautiful history & architecture with our Malta All Inclusive …
Malta Golf Holidays
The Theatre - Check out Valletta's Manoel Theatre, reputedly the oldest in Europe, for opera, drama and ballet. St James Cavalier houses a cinema, a theatre and a gallery, as well as serving up a tasty selection of food.
Grand Harbour -One of the deepest natural harbours in the world, it has been in use since Phoenician times - it provided a base to the Knights of St John and was used by the British for over 170 years. Today, it is a far more serene affair, with restaurants, bars and the tranquil Barracca Gardens.
Hagar Qim & Mnajdra -Beautiful carvings of spirals and animals decorate the walls of these ancient temples bBuilt between 3600 and 3000 BC.
Hal Saflieni Hypogeum - This underground complex of halls, chambers, passages and carvings near Paola was built around 3600 BC and only discovered by accident in 1902. It’s a treasure trove of pottery, ornaments, animal carvings and entombed corpses. Booking is essential as visitor numbers are restricted.
Mdina -With its imposing walls, cobbled streets and fascinating architecture, this is one site you cannot afford to miss. Follow in the footsteps of medieval knights and visit the Cathedral, dungeons and 13th-Century Palazzo Falson.
Mosta Dome - The cathedral has the world’s third largest unsupported dome. The cupola which is 67 metres high and 37 metres across is based on Rome’s Pantheon and took the people of Mosta 27 years to build.
Popeye Village - Take the family to visit the set of the film Popeye, which today is an open-air museum and entertainment complex.
Ride a Karozzin - A traditional horse and cart is a great alternative to a cab. You can still find Karozzin stands in Valletta, Mdina and in Victoria Gozo. Rides aren't cheap, but they are a wonderful and unique way to spend a couple of hours sightseeing.
Malta Golf Holidays
Scuba-diving - An all year-round activity in Malta with the best sites being found in the North. There are numerous accredited diving schools on the Island for those with no experience but a healthy appetite for excitement.
St Agatha's Catacombs – This natural cave built underneath Malta's oldest parish church was altered into a crypt, typical of the underground Christian cemeteries of the Roman times. The extensive subterranean catacombs hold numerous galleries and graves.
Valletta - This UNESCO fortress city was built of sandstone by the Knights of St John in 1566. Today it is filled with ornate churches, palaces, museums, gift shops and outdoor cafes serving traditional pastizzi (puff pastry filled with ricotta or mushy peas). Caffe Cordina, on the main Triq ir-Repubblika, has been in business since 1837.
Glass blowing - Entirely mouth blown and hand made, much of the glassware is a type of original Maltese glass in strong Mediterranean colours. Not only can you observe the glass blowers at work, but they can also create customised blown-glass souvenirs engraved with names.
Windsurfing - The winter temperatures are appealing with the North African wind pushing up between September and May giving the more experienced surfer something to get their teeth into.
Nightlife - Nightlife in Malta consists mainly of clubs concentrated nearby St. Julian’s (in the Central/North part of Malta), referred to as Paceville, and open air clubs that are particularly popular on Friday and Sunday nights.
Paceville - Offers a wide array of clubs and bars to suit most musical tastes. All clubs are concentrated in the center of Paceville and the area’s always full of party people on weekends and radiates with energy.
Azure Window, Dwejra, Gozo - A relaxing boat trip takes visitors out to the stunning Azure Window, through caves and past fascinating rock formations.
Blue Lagoon, Comino - The blockbuster film, Troy, was filmed in this lagoon. A popular day trip for swimmers and sun worshippers who come to lounge on the small rocky and sandy beaches.
Ggantija Temples, Gozo - These two UNESCO temples are the oldest buildings in the world! Built 5,000 years ago, the neolithics christened them Ggantija, meaning giants, because they believed that only giants could have brought such large stones to the fertile plan.
Gozo - A pleasant 25-minute ferry ride from Malta, Gozo offers a chilled pace. Its rolling countryside and cliffs are popular with walkers, mountain bikers, abseilers and climbers while day trippers can enjoy the peace and beautiful flora and fauna. The small capital, Victoria, is worth a visit.
Gozo Citadel and Santa Maria Cathedral - The 7,000-year-old fortified city sits above the capital, Victoria, with its imposing façade, Baroque architecture and sweeping views.