May 6, 2024 nam@blt

Ready for an adventure that promises to captivate your senses in the heart of the Mediterranean?

Embark on a journey to the sun-drenched jewel of Malta, nestled in the heart of the Mediterranean. Imagine wandering through narrow, honey-colored streets that echo with history, where ancient fortifications stand guard over azure seas. Here, the aroma of freshly caught seafood mingles with the scent of local spices, inviting you to indulge in culinary delights.  

From Malta’s rugged coastlines adorned with picturesque bays to the vibrant festivals celebrating its rich cultural tapestry, this island is a treasure trove of experiences waiting to be discovered. Ready to unveil the secrets of this enchanting haven? Stay tuned for an adventure that promises to captivate your senses. 

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If we had to select two of the must-see places in Malta in our opinion, then definitely Valletta, Rabat and Mdina. Very often we combine Valletta with Birgu which is a magnificent town which was where he Knights of the Order of St. John lived before they built Valletta.

Valletta – holds a rich cultural and historical heritage, with its 16th-century buildings constructed by the Knights Hospitaller. The city was named after Jean Parisot de Valette, who successfully defended the island during the Great Siege of Malta against the Ottomans. Valletta’s Baroque architecture, including elements of Mannerist, Neo-Classical, and Modern styles, contributes to its unique character. Despite the scars left by World War II, Valletta remains a vibrant commercial center for shopping, dining, and café life. Notably, it is the southernmost capital of Europe and the smallest capital city within the European Union.


Birgu – also known as Città Vittoriosa, occupies a promontory of land, with Fort Saint Angelo guarding its head and the city of Cospicua at its base. Birgu boasts a long and storied past, shaped by various civilizations. Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Normans, Angevines, Aragonese, and the Order of Saint John all contributed to its development. Before Valletta became the capital and main city of Malta, controlling Birgu was crucial for any military power seeking dominance over the Maltese islands. In fact, from 1530 to 1571, Birgu served as the de facto capital city of Malta and the base of the Order of Saint John.


Rabat & Mdina – Known as the Silent City, Mdina sits atop one of Malta’s highest hills, surrounded by fortified bastion walls. Its medieval architecture and narrow alleys evoke centuries of history. Mdina is tentatively listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the former capital of Malta until the arrival of the Knights of Malta in 1530.

Rabat, located on Mdina’s doorstep (once considered its suburb), Rabat exudes a quieter, more rural character, also having beautiful streets and alleys with various local restaurants and cafes




The main hotels are location in St. Julian’s, Qawra/Bugibba and the Capital Valletta which each location different from the other. St. Julian’s is the vibrant heart of the Islands with thriving nightlife, many restaurants, bars, shopping and almost all 5 star hotels are located here.

Qawra/Bugibba is a sea side town in the north, home to many 3 & 4 star properties, beach clubs, and sea activities.

Valletta has a concentration of the most boutique properties mostly converted Palazzos and buildings with historical value.

Here are a few of our favorites.

The Westin Dragonara Resort, a 5* resort on its own Peninsula which also hosts a separate Casino.


DoubleTree by Hilton Malta, a 4* resort with all facilities and meal plans available, and largest conference facilities in this area.


Gomerino Hotel, a lovely 4* boutique hotel in the Capital Valletta, with an indoor and outdoor pool and fitness cent



Maltese gastronomy is a delightful fusion of Mediterranean and Arab influences, resulting in a unique cuisine brimming with intense flavors.

Malta offers a delightful culinary experience with a mix of traditional Maltese dishes, Mediterranean seafood, and international flavors. With at least 40 Michelin Guide and Michelin Star restaurants there is certainly ample choice for our clients.

De Mondion – This is a 1* Michelin Restaurant located within the walls of the Medieval City of Mdina and at the top of a Relais & Chateaux Hotel The Xara Palace. Apart from top notch food and wine, the terrace offers panoramic views of the Island.


Chophouse Restaurant – A Michelin Guide restaurant is fantastic view of our UNESCO World Heritage Capital City of Mdina. This restaurant also boasts some the best selections of whiskies, gins, other fine spirits and cigars.



Tuk Tuk Tour in Gozo 

Gozo has so much to offer despite its small size. From the beauty of its nature and charming seascapes to landmarks, local village culture and centuries-old history that’s visible everywhere you look.   


Rolling Geeks Tour 

Rolling Geeks are self-drive electric cars, complete with pre-programmed GPS that not only take you on the perfect tour but explain what you’re looking at too. So, you get all the benefits of an organized excursion, but with the freedom of being in your own quirky electric car. There really is no contest. 

The cars are unbelievably fun, safe and easy to drive, not to mention environmentally responsible, letting you experience authentic Maltese culture and climate firsthand. 


Marsaxlokk & Wine Tasting 

Marsaxlokk Bay is Malta’s second largest natural harbor. It is the best place to see the colorful, traditional Maltese fishing boats, the Luzzus, with the mythical eye painted on their prows. The village is the Islands’ main fishing harbor; its Sunday fish market a fascinating insight into local life and a traditional industry. The stalls brim with the night’s catch – fish of all shapes, colors and sizes. 


Zipline at Migra Ferha Activity 

Zip lines are fun! Imagine standing on the edge of a steep cliff edge looking down more than 50m and below you is just rugged rock and the open sea. Secured by a harness and connected to the steel zipline by pulley, you anticipate the exposure and your body is full of adrenaline. As you step away from rock you are suspended by the zipline as you literally fly across the cliff edge towards the other side. 




Ready to explore Malta for leisure or business? Rigo Malta DMC and Madwarna Experiences comply with more than 100 criteria, related to an operator’s office management, product range, international business partners and customer information. The Travelife Partner level standard is covering the ISO 26000 Corporate Social Responsibility themes, including environment, biodiversity, human rights, and labour relation 

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