Malta Villa Holidays - the jewel of the Mediterranean...
It is a wonder that so much is possible in such a small area of space. At only 19 miles at its longest point, Malta is a country that has managed to pack a lot into not very much space, including some truly stunning Malta villa rentals.
Its strategic position on the globe has made it into an important focus for people wanting to gain control over areas of the world. Malta has been controlled by a range of nations, including the Romans, Greeks, French and British. This foreign influence has had a major impact on the cultural fabric and history of the country and has left it with an important legacy of historic sites. Malta became a Republic in 1974, 10 years after gaining independence from Britain. This has not, however, reduced the British population of the island; a large ex-pat community has formed which ensures to this day that English is still widely spoken alongside the other official language, Maltese.
Everything you could want from an island holiday, all within easy reach of your Malta Holiday Homes
Religion is important in Malta, the national religion of Catholicism has been written into the coun-try’s constitution. Consequently, there are a number of important religious events and buildings that visitors can take pleasure in during their trip to Malta. A very important sight is the Megalithic Temples, which is one of the oldest buildings in the world and only one of Malta’s many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Events, such as Holy Week and Carnival, take place during specific periods in the Catholic calendar. These are marked with festivities such as parades, services and food stalls that many people take part in, with booths being set up in town squares. Malta also has an impressive nightlife, with areas like Paceville containing enough bars and clubs to keep happy tourists every day of the week.For many travellers, Malta has earned its reputation as an idyllic holiday destination due to its beautiful landscape, warm, pleasant climate and beautiful Malta apartment rentals. Visitors on Malta holidays can benefit from hot and dry weather for much of the year and short, cool summers.
Some more fantastic summer holiday resorts are:
- Come to Javea Holiday Villas and lie down in the grass in the lush orchards of olive trees and fragrant citrus trees
- Treat yourself to a once in a lifetime heavenly Croatian holiday, choose Banki Villa Rentals and enjoy a relaxing and blissful getaway, with golden sandy beaches and amazing weather
- Have a summer holiday with a cultural and historical twist, visit the Cathedral of San Maurizio, the largest church in the region of Liguria, with Imperia Apartments
- Come and experience a whitewashed fairytale southern Spanish village under a piercing liquid blue sky - Alajar Villas
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations on Malta are apartment rentals and bed & breakfast rentals. We search from more than 932 accommodations on Malta to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
Prices start at just €39 per night. Most bed & breakfast rentals on Malta are 26 m² and apartment rentals are 84 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals on Malta?
We have the perfect options for you and your furry companions. Hotel rooms are the most pet-friendly accommodations on Malta with an average price of €197 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
Yes, we definitely have accommodations for groups on Malta. On average, the apartment rentals has space for 4 guests.