Marvellous Malta

Malta is one of those destinations that stays firmly in the hearts and minds of every visitor, bringing thousands back to its sunny shores year after year. Whether you like its distinctive British twist, laid-back Mediterranean charm or its fascinating past, Malta will captivate you from the moment you arrive until the day you drag yourself away.

If you’ve got a budget in mind, there’s no need to pay full price. Cheap Malta holidays are easy to come by and will usually knock pounds off the cost of your trip, giving you welcome savings and more to play with when you get there.

If you book a package holiday, you’re also more likely to get great discounts on family travel with the likes of free kids’ places, or access to quality hotels with kids’ clubs and top-notch facilities. Low-cost Thomas Cook holidays to Malta are widely available with great discounts on travel, especially if you book well in advance or wait until the last minute.

Late deals work best if you leave it a couple of weeks or less prior to departure, and can be flexible with elements such as departure dates and local airports – for example, flying from a bigger and more mainstream airport is likely to be cheaper than opting for your local terminal. In addition the less specific you can be about local resort and accommodation, the more likely you are to get a real bargain.

Even if you do end up plumping for a mid-priced holiday, the chances are you won’t be disappointed. Malta is a friendly island with something for everyone – from beaches and child-friendly shores to rugged cliff tops and hiking opportunities. A day trip to the nearby island of Gozo is an absolute must, or you could even spend your holiday there in one of the island’s top-notch hotels.

Whatever you wish for in a holiday, Malta is a first-class choice that’s not to be missed.

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