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Explore walled cities, admire colourful boats bobbing on the harbour and discover secret coves on a guided tour or cruise around Malta. Steeped in history, this Mediterranean archipelago oozes charm, boasts delicious regional cuisine, and flaunts perfect views all around. Ringed by azure seas and brimming with natural beauty, there is plenty to discover on one of 455 tours and cruises to Malta.

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8 Days St. Julian's to St. Julian's

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8 Days Gozo to Gozo

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8 Days Malta to St Julian's

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Discover Must do experiences and highlights around Malta

Historic Streets of Hilltop Mdina

Historic Streets of Hilltop Mdina

The ‘Silent City’ has many tales to tell. Its winding cobblestone streets, Medieval walls, and original architecture looks like something out of a fairy tale.

The Blue Grotto Cave Complex

The Blue Grotto Cave Complex

This natural grotto captures sunlight and reflects the phosphorescent colours of the underwater flora in a spellbinding display of light and colour.

An Architectural Marvel: Mosta Dome

An Architectural Marvel: Mosta Dome

This impressive church is one of the architectural wonders of Malta, boasting striking decorative elements and a vast unsupported rotunda.

History, Scenery & Gastronomy on Gozo Island

History, Scenery & Gastronomy on Gozo Island

History buffs will relish the extraordinary sites here, including the megalithic temple complex of Ggantija which pre-dates the Great Pyramid. Meanwhile, active travellers can explore the scenic trails and foodies will delight in the fresh local produce.

The Walled City of Valletta

The Walled City of Valletta

Described by UNESCO as 'one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world', Malta’s capital has plenty of treasures to uncover. Within the walled city, must-sees include the beautiful Upper Barrakka Gardens and the impressive St John's Co-Cathedral.

Recent Reviews What our clients are saying about their journeys to Malta

Very good tour   , QLD, Australia, Sep 2022
I throughly enjoyed this holiday. Having only 20 people made it possible to know everyone. The group I went with were wonderful. We had no disagreements and got on very well. There was a slight disappointment with the flight back where we stopped in Cyprus on our way from Malta to Dubai and had to stay on the plane for the hour stopover. Not ideal. ...read more The local guides were all very nice and knowledgeable. I particularly enjoyed visiting Pompei. Mt Etna which is puffing away, two Greek ruins and two prehistoric temples on Malta. The hotels were all good and the ferry’s very comfortable. The tour is highly recommended.
Northern Italy Escape   , NSW, Australia, Dec 2019
My 3rd time in Italy in 10 years, still find there's so much to see. The highlights for me were the two optional tours, one was the tour in Parma castle, the other was a tour in Belinzona castle. The first one was made so interesting by the local guide (a British lady married to the local), the second place is just so breathtakingly beautiful.
Southern Italy, Sicily and Malta tour     , NSW, Australia, Oct 2019
The tour leader in Italy was average, the Malta tour leader was excellent. The hotels in both Italy and Malta were generally disappointing. However the locations in Italy were breathtaking as was Malta. The highlights were staying in a Trulli house in Alberobello and in a cave house in Matera - these were the only good accommodations in the entire tour. ...read more Tour pace was hectic and rushed but there was enough free time if you didn't do every optional excursion. Global Journeys were excellent, providing good documentation and reminders. I would definitely use them again.
Overpriced Insight 6 Day Easy Pace Malta Tour     , NSW, Australia, Sep 2019
There were 17 participants on this tour. The only included activities were the welcome dinner on the first night, a tour of the Valletta city centre then a short stop at the Blue Grotto for a quick look followed by a very good seafood lunch at Marsaxlokk on day one and a quick late afternoon tour of Mdina followed by dinner at a beautiful local restaurant ...read more on day four. There was an optional tour on day two to Gozo including a light lunch which cost 75 euros per person. This was far too expensive for what we got. There were other tours advertised for half this price. This meant that we had nearly two whole days to do our own thing.

It was hot and the hotel was too far out of Valletta where there was nothing to do except lie around the pool. The hotel was basically a resort hotel. The cheapest way to get into Valletta was by local bus which only cost 2 euros but took about 50 minutes. Because the bus route was a loop the return trip took nearly one and a half hours unless you wanted to get off earlier and walk in the heat. We wanted to visit the War Museum but when we got into Valletta we found it was closed. We were not the only ones who thought that this tour was over priced. Other participants who had travelled with Insight were also disappointed. Apart from this the tour director was very good and we really enjoyed Malta.