Fusion of influences

In the heart of the Mediterranean, where East meets West, the archipelago of Malta proudly stands. Due to its location, Malta is a remarkable melting pot of diverse influences, including English, Italian, North African and more.

Valletta is its historically rich capital: a UNESCO World Heritage site, a blend of baroque architecture and modernity. Over the centuries, Malta has become a must-stop for all sailors and that's how the port of Valletta became legendary. Some describe it as the most beautiful in the world. Discover its magic during a yacht charter.

Historic harbors to deep waters

The Grand Harbour of Valletta is one of Malta's natural wonders. It's a deep natural port that has witnessed ships from antiquity, the Middle Ages and more recently, contemporary super-yachts. Its imposing fortifications tell centuries of maritime history.

While Malta is the most well-known island, the archipelago also includes Gozo, a quieter and greener island, and Comino, famous for its crystal-clear Blue Lagoon. These three main islands offer a variety of experiences, anchorages and discoveries.

Turquoise waters and fascinating seabeds

The waters around Malta are a paradise for diving, whether it's exploring historical wrecks or admiring marine biodiversity. Clear waters, underwater caves and reefs make each dive unique.

Modern infrastructure in an ancient setting

Malta, deeply rooted in its rich past, has evolved with the times. Modern marinas, like the one in Msida, offer all the services required for yachts while being in proximity to the island's historical gems.

The keystone of the Mediterranean

Off the strait that separates Malta and Gozo, Comino is the smallest of the Maltese islands. Its lack of human presence is compensated by its wildlife. The island is almost a natural reserve, with a bird sanctuary and impressive marine life. After exploring the coastline and discovering the 14th-century chapel, you can dive into the crystal-clear waters. The coastline, dotted with caves, offers some of the most attractive diving sites in the Mediterranean, and that's where you can explore the Blue Lagoon.

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Richly influenced cuisine

Maltese cuisine is a blend of flavors, influenced by its successive invaders and neighbors. Sailors can savor dishes such as "lapin à la maltaise" (Maltese rabbit stew), "hobz biz-zejt" (bread with olive oil), or pastizzi, all while sipping a glass of local wine.

Millennia of history

From the megalithic temples of Ggantija in Gozo to the winding streets of Mdina, the ancient capital, Malta is an open-air museum. The Order of the Knights of St. John, having left an indelible mark, offers visitors the chance to explore their history through buildings like St. John's Co-Cathedral.

Our opinion

Malta is a hidden treasure in the heart of the Mediterranean. For yacht owners and sailors, it's a promise of adventure filled with discoveries, stunning anchorages and a deep immersion into a world where history, nature and culture blend harmoniously. Sail to this Mediterranean gem and be captivated by the Maltese magic, where every cove, every fortification and every encounter tells you a millennia-old story.

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When to visit?

For an ideal visit to Malta, prioritize spring (April to June) and autumn (September to November). These periods offer a mild climate and fewer crowds. Summer (July-August) is hot and bustling, perfect for swimming but more touristy. Winter is mild, ideal for cultural visits.

Key destinations

Malta charms sailors with the historic Grand Harbour of Valletta, the tranquil marina of Msida, the picturesque Blue Lagoon of Comino, Mellieħa Bay for its clear waters and Mgarr in Gozo, the gateway to a serene island. An adventure blending history, nature, and Mediterranean culture.

Top experiences

The warmth of the Maltese people is as enchanting as the landscape itself. Village feasts, fireworks, religious processions and regattas are living traditions that bring color to the Maltese calendar.

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