Explore historic Malta
Sport in the Mediterranean with sunshine virtually guaranteed. A great spot steeped in history and hotels with good facilities mean there is plenty to keep you busy on the island. Perfect for the mid-winter break or during half-term.
SPORTS & SEASONS
The main driver for a sports tour to Malta – with a wide array of teams to play. Be sure to book early due to the popularity for the best fixtures.
You will play club or representative sides in most cases, and games take place at the National Hockey Centre.
Hugely popular at all age levels and standards – so good to combine with girls netball.
Often described as one large open air museum. Plenty of history to catch up on here as various nations have occupied the Island over the years, the Romans, Arabs, Norman Rule and then the French – who were then expelled by the British.
Walking through the capital, Valletta, you’ll come across shops and cafes with British names harking back to mid last century.
Visitors are always surprised and charmed to see old-fashioned, red-painted, British letter and phone boxes when this street furniture has all but disappeared in the UK itself.
Plenty to do here inbetween the sport. A day trip over to the little Island of Gozo and a visit to the Azure Window is worth going to Malta on its own. On the main Island a visit to Lascaris War Rooms is hugely valuable and most groups get wowed by St John’s Cathedral. A cruise around the harbor or a visit to golden Sands beach are also popular.
Superb well located hotels are widely available as you might expect in a holiday destination. Often close to the sporting facilities so transfer times are kept to a minimum.
NETBALL, BOYS HOCKEY, FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, CLUB RUGBY, CLUB CRICKET
Approx flying time from UK:
- Local partners on hand for support whilst on your tour
- 24-hour emergency telephone assistance from the UK
- ATOL protected
Call us for more information to discuss the options available to you!