10 attractions in malta

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Malta has plenty of things to see and do. Exploring, sun bathing, partying! Malta has it all. In no particular order here are ten attractions in Malta to keep you busy!

Mdina –Mdina was the capital of the Maltese Islands until 1568 when Valleta was built. Valletta is the capital city to this day. Mdina is located about 15km south west of Valetta. The medieval town is surrounded by a wall and is built on top of a hill. Mdina has quite a museums, cafes and restaurants in it. Mdina also has quite a large Cathedral in it.

Tours – You’ll find a few different tours in Mdina. One of them is “Knights of Malta”. It consists of an audiovisual show and tour of the building which houses 3d waxwork. Its definitely worth checking out.

Neptune Malta – Enjoy a private charter around some of the clearest waters in the Mediterranean. A day out with Neptune Malta will get you free use of snorkelling equipment, shaded seating, deck shower & toilet facilities. Neptune Malta will take you to the best bays and coves to swim and snorkel. You’re also able to get food on board if you ask beforehand.

Neptune Malta – Neptune Malta is only a 5 minute walk away from DB Seabank Resort and Spa.
Golden Bay Horse Riding – Golden Bay Horse Riding is only a 12 minute drive from the DB Seabank Resort and Spa. The Golden Bay Horse riding centre can organise rides for 5 years olds +. Golden bay was set up in 1981 and has been thriving since. Golden bay are able to organise anything from lessons to strides in the sunset.

Classic Cars Malta – “Malta’s only classic car & Motorcycle museum.” The Museum has over 100 cars on display. There oldest car on display is from 1928! The museum is located in Qawra. It will take you about 20 minutes in the car from the DB Seabank Resort and Spa or you can get the 221 Bugibba bus from Skrajda bus stop which will take you 35 minutes.

Malta National Aquarium – One of Maltas biggest attractions is the Malta National Aquarium. Where you’ll find tanks filled with exotic fish. It will take you about 20 minutes in the car from the DB Seabank Resort and Spa or you can get the 221 Bugibba bus from Skrajda bus stop which will take you 35 minutes. You’ll then need to walk for about 12 minutes to get to the aquarium

Skorba Temples – The Skorba Temples in malta isn’t in great condition however the site highlights Maltas rich history.

Theatre – The Theatre and performing arts venue in Valletta has shows on mostly at night. Its a 40 minute drive from the Seabank Resort and Spa but depending on the show it’ll be worth it for an evening of entertainment. While you’re in Valleta you may as well do some shopping. The narrow side streets are full of tiny shops selling Antiques, prints, jewellery and other items. If you’re looking for the more fancy stuff then try Valletta’s main streets – Republic Street and Merchants Street.


Falcon Archery Malta –
If you fancy learning traditional archery and instinctive shooting then this is the place to go! You’re able to attend a basic archery class for about 35 Euros and it will take about 2 hours! Its about a 30 minute drive to get there!


Splash and Fun Malta –
The waterpark has a lazy river, Family Slides, a wave pool and much much more. An Adult ticket will cost you about €22 and a Child ticket will cost about  €12. You can also get a family ticket for  €52.

St Julians Nightlife – St Julians is the place to go if you’re looking for something to do at night. You’ll find bars, clubs and casinos in St Julians as well as some lovely restaurants such as Villa Brasserie or Piccolo Padre.

To find out more about what to do in Malta – and the best options in accommodation, go to: https://www.chevron.co.uk/malta-hotels/mellieha/seabank-resort-and-spa

Find more out about DB Seabank Resort and Spa by clicking this link.