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Fly to Malta

Malta may be small but it’s got plenty to offer. Sitting south of Sicily, the island boasts a Mediterranean climate with long hot summers and mild winters that make flights to Malta popular all year round. Part of an archipelago of islands consisting of two other inhabited islands; Gozo and Comino, Malta’s appeal goes way beyond its weather. As one of the best diving spots in the world, many people book flights to Malta to dive into the coastline’s clear turquoise waters. Combined with rich history, buzzing nightlife, dramatic beaches and traditional Maltese cuisine, Malta has become a popular tourist destination, and it’s easy to see why.

When it comes to booking tickets to Malta, you can fly to Malta International Airport which serves a wide range of destinations including Rome, London, Paris and Athens. The airport is located just a short bus ride away from the island’s bustling capital and must-visit city, Valletta. The fortified city is a UNESCO world heritage site, steeped in rich history and culture. Boasting picturesque narrow streets with impressive monuments everywhere you look, along with an abundance of cafes, shops and restaurants, it’s a place that’s sure to leave a lasting impression. Mdina and Sliema are also worth visiting. The former, also known as the ‘Silent City’ is bursting with history with its ancient ruins, cathedrals and medieval and baroque architecture, whilst the latter offers postcard-perfect views of Valletta along with the island’s biggest shopping mall. Flights to Malta are popular with those wanting to see the islands of Gozo and Comino, too. Just a short boat ride away, they offer a quieter and peaceful alternative to Malta with crystal-clear waters that are perfect for snorkelling and diving.

Once you’ve booked tickets to Malta, it’s time to start planning your trip. St John’s Co Cathedral, a Roman Catholic Cathedral with strikingly beautiful architecture is a must-visit, as are the Upper Barrakka Gardens for a scenic stroll and breathtaking views, the impressive Mosta Rotunda church and the National War Museum, Fort St Elmo for a peak into the island’s past. There’s also Mdina Old Town which is a sight in itself with its ancient walls and fascinating architecture and Dingli Cliffs, perfect for those looking for panoramic views out to sea. Boat trips also a popular attraction. Whether that’s to the Blue Grotto to see its fascinating caves or the Blue Lagoon on Comino island, with its stunning turquoise waters, there’s plenty in Malta and the surrounding areas to keep you occupied.

Whether you’re looking for an exciting sightseeing break or a relaxing beach getaway, book flights to Malta today.

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  • Which month has the cheapest flights to Malta?

    June has the cheapest flights to Malta and the average cost is £368. This information is for reference only.
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    Ryanair, Air Malta and easyJetare the most popular airlines flying to Malta.
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    It takes approximately 4 hours 49 minutes minutes to fly to Malta. This information is for reference only.