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Book Your Winter Holiday in Malta – Direct Flights from London starting at £57


Soak up the Sun in Malta this Winter

Bask in the warm Maltese winter sun and immerse yourself in the majestic beauty of the islands. Explore ancient architecture, multi-cultural events, extraordinary landscapes and treat yourself to local culinary delights. Enjoy incredible savings and offers with direct flights to Malta for as little as £57 (one way).

AIRLINE: Air Malta
DEAL:  Discover The Islands
CABIN: Economy Class
FROM:  London, England – LHR/LGW
TO:  Luqa, Malta – MLA
PRICE: from £57 each way
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About Malta

Malta is a small, island country in the Mediterranean Sea that lies south of the island of Sicily, Italy. Although small, the country has a rich history, with evidence for habitation going back to the Neolithic era (4th millennium BC). It has some of the world’s most ancient standing buildings (the Neolithic temples), and its strategic location and good harbours in the middle of the Mediterranean have attracted Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans, Crusaders, the French and finally the British, with the colonial period lasting until 1964.

The ancient capital of Mdina, also known as the Silent City, rests at a high point in the heart of the island. Surrounded by the scenic town of Rabat, this fortress is one of Malta’s finest jewels, boasting architecture, history and a quality cup of coffee with a splendid view. Mdina gets very peaceful and romantic in the evenings when the day-trippers leave.

Malta is a great place to dive all year around. The water temperature varies from a cool 14°C in February/March to warm 26°C in August. Snorkeling is a famous summer activity on the island. The Mediterranean Sea with its crystal clear water offers a lot to see underwater. The pleasant water temperature and sea conditions make Malta a great place for snorkeling! Things to see: You can expect observing the undersea life of the Mediterranean Sea while snorkeling: wide variety of seaweed and algae, different fish, crabs, sea cucumbers, starfish, but cuttlefish, moray eels, octopus and rays also can be spotted. (source)