Visit Malta, an archipelago in the Mediterranean, and be delighted by the variety this destination has to offer.
Malta is a fantastic year-round destination with stunning seafront promenades and a rich history spanning over 7,000 years offering prehistoric sites, medieval chapels and palaces of the Knights. Simply relax or enjoy shopping, nightlife, culinary experiences or explore the countryside.
Escape to Gozo, Malta’s sister island, where it seems time stood still. There are stunning walks on offer, including at Malta’s highest location, the Dingli Cliffs, where you can watch the sun set over the Mediterranean at 220metres above sea level.
A bonus of The Maltese Islands is that, no matter where you are, you’re never far from one of the many magnificent beaches or secluded little coves. This also lends itself to offering many water sports for the more adventurous.
Typical of the Mediterranean lifestyle, the locals’ approach to life is to enjoy and celebrate it as much as possible. There are a number of events throughout the year and if travelling 24-25 September 2016, you can experience the Malta International Airshow which has gained the well-earned reputation as one of Malta’s top outdoor family events, now in its 24th edition. For more information visit www.maltaairshow.com. Contact us now to plan your personalised Malta adventure.
Le Méridien St Julians Hotel + Spa in Malta combines the charm of a boutique hotel and the relaxing feel of a spa resort. The hotel is a gem of contemporary design, integrated in the stunning architecture of Balluta Bay.
Its features stimulate creative minds: international cuisine, wines of the world, coffee culture, partnerships with local artists and cultural ambassadors, a central location on a pretty promenade bordering the cosmopolitan town of Sliema and easy access to many touristic and cultural sites.
Admire a stunning panoramic view over Balluta Bay from Le Méridien St. Julians Hotel & Spa and discover a spectacular Maltese destination. With its unique architecture and picturesque views, Balluta Bay is captured in a curve of the popular promenade that stretches from St Julians to Sliema. Malta’s capital, Valletta, is just 8 kilometres away.
Le Méridien St. Julians Hotel & Spa is situated on the south shore of Balluta Bay and is nestled on the former grounds that once surrounded the 19th century Villa Cassar Torregiani.
Surrounded by tranquillity, immersed in nature and embraced by relaxation.
As the day dawns and the sun stirs the crickets, nature comes to life and a harmonious peace fills the air. Blending effortlessly into its surroundings on Gozo’s highest point, the 84-roomed, five-star Hotel Ta’ Cenc caters to the discerning traveller by personifying style, comfort and hospitality. Expect an experience far removed from the commonly visualised high rise city hotel with fitted carpets, chandeliers and marble floors; expect an escape to nature, where you feel right at home and are able to relax.
Nestled within a Natura 2000 site, this expansive hotel takes its guests back to nature, encouraging them to explore and enjoy their surroundings while still sensing the soothing ambiance that awaits them back at base. The hotel is literally at one with nature, spread over a staggering 1.5m sqm of idyllic countryside very rich in flora and fauna. Ensconced into a bird sanctuary, the hotel boasts its own picturesque rocky beach and medieval palazzo within its grounds. The hotel is a haven for those keen to discover ecotourism, or to delve into the eclectic and exciting history of this tiny Mediterranean island. It is a dream destination for those planning a romantic island wedding, is a cultural melting pot of unique activities and a one-of-a-kind location to bring your guests as part of your next event, conference or incentive. Be part of nature, history and a culture you’ll grow to love.
You will first drive to The Blue Grotto. The Blue Grotto is actually a number of sea caverns on the southern coast of Malta, west of the Wied iz-Zurrieq harbour and across the small uninhabited islet of Filfla. Everyday from sunrise until about 1300 hrs, a unique sight can be observed here. The cave’s location combined with the sunlight lead to the water mirroring shows numerous shades of blue. Several caverns mirror the brilliant phosphorescent colours of the underwater flora; other caverns show a deep dark shade of blue. If weather permits, you can do a 25 minute boat trip around the caves for an extra cost.
You will then drive to the fishing village of Marsaxlokk. Marsaxlokk is a very popular attraction for tourists and locals because fresh fish and seafood caught during the same morning can be bought. The market is very interesting and attractive as many different items are sold. Although the market was originally a fish market, it has developed and now it also sells locally produced honey, fruit jams, wine as well as vegetables, souvenirs and clothes. Free time will be given in this picturesque village.
|10 Night Package||Per Person (from)|
|Double room with Breakfast||$1,649|
|Double room with Breakfast and Dinner||$2,115|
|Single room supplement||on application|
Rates are per person in NZD and are subject to change and availability until confirmed. Rate is a ‘from’ price for seven nights accommodation based on check-in date of 20Sep16 and may vary depending on any adjustments you request to your services and departure seasonality for your chosen date of services. Rate may be subject to currency fluctuations and changes in taxes until full payment is received. Based on twin share accommodation. Single supplement is in addition to applicable twin share rate. International Airfares from New Zealand are excluded from this package price. Visa fees additional and are the personal responsibility of the traveller. Personal expenses, tips, gratuities, travel insurance are excluded as are any other services not mentioned above. Full terms and conditions available on request.