- less inhabited than other parts of the island
- peaceful setting where they can while away the sun-kissed days at a distance from the crowds of tourists
- Golden Bay in northern Malta provides the perfect spot to swim and sunbathe.
- northern coast of Malta is not as developed as the rest of the island
- Those seeking old world charm or those wishing to relax by a pool. Alternatively, the area will appeal to those who enjoy exploring by foot.
- The coastline of northern Malta will also appeal to those eager to explore the beautiful terrain on foot
- Extremely crowded by diving boats, diving experiences and other boat
- Places to do these water activates, Marfa Point and Cirkewwa, Blue Hole Gozo, Mellieha Bay, Quawra and St Pauls.
- Different diving shops: Paradise diving school, paradise bay hotel, Cirkewwa. Buddies dive cove malta, 24/2 Pioneer road, Bugibba. Neptunes diving center, Main Street, Balluta bay, St Julians
- Northan Malta is a real great place to go with some amazing diving sites, also a very entertaing night life and resorts with beaches which are like nothing you’ve dreamed of.
- Malta Outdoors: Trekking, mountain biking, climbing, abseiling and kayaking are all great possibilities with Malta Outdoors. Discover the Maltese countryside and unique coastline whilst enjoying a rewarding activity!
- In south Malta sits the city of Sliema, the islands main coastal city. It is a hub for shopping and features many restaurants and cafes. It is also a very popular residential area and has some of Malta’s more popular hotels.
- Valletta is the capital city of Malta and is a short journey south of Sliema. The city is considered on of the most historically concentrated areas in the world, a masterpiece of the baroque art style. It is recognised as a world heritage city and a European art city.
- Tal-Ingliz u Tac-Canti: Enjoying a traditional dish of rabbit (fenek) in Mgarr is as local as it gets. Take in the surrounding countryside in the morning and round off with a hearty lunch here to escape the tourist crowds and do it like a local.
- The Hilltop Restaurant: A casual dining restaurant that feels special with the care shown to food preparation and presentation. The lava stone is a delicious and fun way to enjoy a succulent meat
- Ta’ Cassia Salina: Ta’ Cassia enjoys the best of both worlds… a romantic indoor area in a converted house full of character for the winter months and a large lovely outdoor area for alfresco dining in the summer months. Popular for their ‘majjalata’ (spit roasted suckling pig) on Wednesdays… bookings a must