Malta & Gozo


Two beautiful islands, two wonderful 5-star hotels, two half-day guided tours and plenty of time to relax and explore or pamper yourself in one great winter week!

And with low cost and scheduled flights from 9 UK and Ireland airports Malta is a very accessible break.

We’ll start with four nights on Malta, as guests at the 5-star Le Meridien St Julians Hotel & Spa, built in 2006. The hotel is large and modern (with free WiFi in public areas), but has a friendly feel and is in a good location overlooking the bay. There is a great choice of shops and bars within five minutes’ walk and the back of the hotel gives onto the little triangle of Balluta Square itself.

Sirocco Restaurant and KuDeTa Lounge and Bar are stylish venues for the meals we include, and there are plenty of comfortable corners around the hotel for relaxing at the end of a day’s sightseeing. The MyoKa Spa, which has a Japanese theme, has a lovely indoor pool, steam room, Jacuzzi and fitness centre (all free for guests to use) as well as a range of treatments at extra cost. The spacious rooms all have an attractive bathroom with corner bath and you’ll find a robe and slippers, tea & coffee making facilities and an iron if you need one, as well as a comfortable double bed just for you.

The second half of the week we’ll spend on Gozo, with three nights at the lovely country-house style Hotel Ta’Cenc & Spa. This well-regarded 5-star combines local materials including the beautiful creamy stone to create a relaxing haven that is at the same time contemporary. Rooms, either a double or twin for sole use, are light and welcoming and nothing is too much trouble for the friendly staff.

There are courtyard-style gardens with sunny corners and a 400 year old carob tree outside the Il-Caruba Restaurant. Ta’ Cenc has a beautiful Spa with treatment rooms, sauna, fitness centre and the indoor/outdoor heated pool. Massages and other treatments are at extra cost.

We are sending a Host from the UK and will use local guides for sightseeing, though we’ve also left plenty of time for you to follow your own interests: shopping in Valletta, people-watching in a waterfront cafe, hiking on Gozo or pampering in the Spa.

And with so much included, this 5-star two-centre is fantastic value!

Saturday Fly to Malta and transfer to Le Meridien for 4 nights. Dinner at the hotel, while we get to know each other.

Sunday A free day to enjoy the hotel facilities, or exploring the cafes and promenades. We’ll find a local restaurant for dinner tonight (own expense).


This morning our local guide will pick us up for a tour of Valletta. Choose to stay on in the city for lunch, or return to hotel. Afternoon at leisure.


Morning at leisure. Afternoon tour with local guide to the Silent City of Mdina, Dingli Cliffs and to the Botanic Gardens at St Anton. Dinner at the hotel tonight (included).


Morning at leisure; in the afternoon transfer to Gozo (road and ferry). Plenty of time to settle in to Ta’ Cenc. Dinner tonight is not included: we can recommend a restaurant in nearby Marsalforn.


Our Gozo days are free: you can explore by bus, bike or on foot. Everything is within easy reach, including the capital of Victoria (Rabat) with its beautiful square and citadel. Dinner at the hotel.


How about a Spa treatment or time to relax in and around the hotel? Dinner is not included, so we’ll head into Victoria where there’s a choice of restaurants for our last night!


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A last dip in the pool, or a walk to the sea? The morning is free before we catch the ferry back to Malta and transfer to the airport for our flights home.


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