Nestled between Sicily and the North African coast, Malta boasts a rich tapestry of ancient ruins, mediaeval cities, stunning coastlines, and a vibrant local culture.
Beautiful beaches and clear waters surround the island. Whether it’s the Blue Lagoon, Mellieħa Bay, or the hidden gems like Blue Grotto and St. Peter’s Pool, anyone embarking on a Malta tour will be treated to a plethora of beach options and crystal-clear waters perfect for swimming, snorkelling, and diving.
No visit to Malta is complete without indulging in its delicious cuisine. Influenced by Mediterranean flavours and with a fusion of Italian, Arabic, and British influences, Maltese cuisine offers a delightful array of dishes. From rabbit stew and pastizzi to fresh seafood and Maltese bread, the culinary journey in Malta is sure to satisfy any food lover’s palate.
Malta’s rich history, stunning architecture, beautiful landscapes, vibrant culture, delightful cuisine, and warm hospitality all combine to create an unforgettable travel experience. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a nature lover, or simply seeking a unique destination, Malta tours have something to offer everyone.
Generally, no – beginners are as welcome as experienced sailors on the majority of the trips we list. To be sure, read the description of your trip thoroughly; if particular sailing ability is required, it will be specified there.
Do I need specialist sailing insurance?
Generally yes, but we recommend checking with your current travel insurer. We can also direct you to appropriate insurers who will be able to provide the right cover. Contact us for our recommendations.
How do I leave a review?
After you return from your trip we will send you a ‘Feedback’ email that you can respond to and rate your experience. The more reviews and feedback the better in today’s sharing economy, where trust is practically a currency.
Can I bring a hard suitcase?
Ideally not. Space on boats is always limited and you don’t want to end up sharing you bunk with your suitcase! Soft luggage such as duffel bags and rucksacks are your best bet.