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From the grand capital of Valletta to open Mediterranean landscapes, our running tours in Malta have something for every runner. The three islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino reveal fascinating culture shifts over the centuries and trail running through heart-melting nature.

We offer both guided city runs and off-the-beaten-track trail running routes for all kinds of runners. On these tours, your personal running guide will fill you in on all the must-see attractions and the local legends and stories. There are photo opportunities around every corner, so make sure you bring a fully charged phone!

Our running tours in Malta are the fastest, healthiest and most sociable way to see this stunning island. So when you’re visiting, browse our routes and sign up for the perfect one for you.

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!

Malta is a tiny island in the lovely blue Mediterranean Sea and enriched with a lot of history. It even boasts the oldest free-standing structures in the world — the Megalithic Temples of Malta. Valletta, the capital city, was built by Jean de la Vallette after victory over the Ottoman Empire in 1565. Nowadays, it is home to many beautiful buildings and fantastic views of the harbours around the city.

Mdina is the old capital city famous for its winding narrow alleys that hide all kinds of little secrets. Then, in the adjacent town of Rabat, you can find catacombs and the Grotto of St Paul. The saint lived there for three months in which time he converted the locals to the Christian religion. On the west coast, there are beautiful sandy beaches, impressive cliffs and fields full of local produce. On our running tours in Malta, your local guide will give you all the essential backstories and little local legends that add a bit of extra spice to your trip.

The entire island lends itself to getting out and about. As a result, there are plenty of running races on the island for all kinds of runner. Mdina is where the Malta marathon takes place, while the island of Gozo has a half marathon of its own. For something a bit more extreme, the Xterra Gozo trail run is an off-road race that can be as long as 50 km.

With such blissful weather and wonderful culture, all three islands are perfect for sightrunning. So pack your trainers and sign up for our running tours in Malta. We’re sure it will change your entire idea of sightseeing tours.