Malta is a tiny island surrounded by the lovely Mediterranean blue sea and enriched in a lot of history. We boast of having the oldest building in the world! Valletta, the capital city was built by grandmaster Jean de la Vallette after the victory over the Ottoman Empire in 1565, and boasts many beautiful buildings as well as fantastic views of the harbours around the city.

Mdina is the old capital city and is famous for its winding narrow alleys. In the adjacent town of Rabat you can find catacombs and the Grotto of St Paul, where the saint lived for 3 months in which time he converted the locals to the Christian religion. On the other side, on the west coast we find lovely sandy beaches surrounded by lovely cliffs and pretty fields where you can admire the local produce.

What our Customers are Saying:

Picked up from hotel in Valetta. Drove to Dingli cliffs and 14k run through Rabat and Mdina. Ramon was great company and very knowledgeable. Very hilly but lots of opportunity to stop and look at the fantastic buildings (and catch your breath!). Would definitely recommend!