Malta Yacht Rental
The Malta yacht charter landscape has gotten increasingly popular and the types of Malta yacht charters accessible the lovely island include all the primary kinds of yacht charter for example motor, sailing, skippered, crewed yachts, catamaran, power boat, sailboat, luxury yachts and the ever more recognisable superb yacht charter. The summer season in July and August is the hottest and tends to have lighter winds. This is, in addition, the high season as far as yacht charter goes. Malta is really a unique and splendid yacht charter region with remarkable buildings and landscapes, exceptional shorelines and seascapes, and warm and friendly locals.
Malta Yacht Charter Top Destinations
As a tourist destination Malta is popular for its warm climate ensuring a charter holiday that is varied and eclectic. Discover its architectural and historic monuments and most of all the scenic seaport of Malta’s capital, Valletta. The many bays and pristine seashores around Malta are a must see, especially on board a luxurious yacht. Between one area and another, one can feel the difference! The North, the most rugged of all Malta’s areas, offers spectacular views across to Gozo and Comino. It also has Malta’s most established shore and holiday resorts, Buġibba, Qawra, St. Paul’s Bay, and Malta’s biggest sandy beach at Mellieħaincluding other larger sandy bays, Golden Bay, Għajn Tuffieħan and Paradise Bay. Sliema and St. Julian’s are Malta’s main coastal resort towns and a heartland for shopping, entertainment and café life. Additionally they house some of Malta’s latest hotels and apartments. Additionally, St. Julian’s and Paceville are Malta’s main nightlife areas.
Malta Sailing Itineraries
Its fishing villages and calm bays characterise the South. It offers an authentic insight into rural life that is Maltese. It's also the location of two of Malta’s prehistoric temples, Ħagar Qim and Mnajdra. The region is mainly undeveloped. Most hotels are in the harbour town of Marsaskala, a southern resort which bustles by night yet is quiet and enchanting by day. Malta’s ancient capital, Mdina, a near perfect example of a medieval walled town dominates Central Malta. Beyond the walls, lies Rabat, a sizeable town of Roman origin. The central region has some of the most interesting inland choices, ranging from palaces to town house hotels. Worlds apart from the main resorts and the capital Valletta, are the Islands’ villages. They are theepitomé of Mediterranean life. The soul of the Islands’ past! Yet, with their lively festas and regular life that is exceptional, they are very much part of the Islands’ culture today.
Sicily and Malta
7 Days Itinerary
Day 1st Gozo and Comino
Day 2nd Marsascala
day 3rd Marsaxlokk and Blue Grotto
Day 4th Blue Lagoon
Day 5th Mgarr and Rabat
Day 6th Circumnavigation of Gozo
Day 7th Valletta
Even the tiniest village has its own baroque wonder, the parish church. And to locals, each village has its exceptional character. You’ll soon pick up on the differences, after visiting a few. Some are known for conventions and their festas, others are national jewels as they house architectural or archaeological treasures. Then there are the beachfront villages, while the harvesting of the various fruits and vegetables determines life in inland villages where fishing dictates the rhythm of life. Aboard our luxury vessels, excellent service is part of your everyday routine: enjoy fully the Malta yacht charters.