Yacht charter in Malta is one of the most popular entertainments, tourists on the island ride sailboats, high-speed motor yachts, rent a scooter, go diving. Boat trips will provide an unforgettable experience of observing how almost deserted beaches give way to lively marinas, and viewing memorable landscapes of sheer cliffs, gentle shores, sandbanks and reefs. Tourists from all over the world flock to Malta, who are interested in seeing medieval cities with old Baroque buildings, visiting quiet charming villages, surfing, yachting or other sports.
You can charter a yacht in Malta to organize a sailing trip around the island, as well as to visit neighboring Sicily or the Pelagian Islands. We hope our company will be able to find the most suitable proposals for planning your unforgettable holiday in the Mediterranean!
Malta has a rich history, magnificent architectural monuments, it has a mild climate with good conditions for healing and a gentle sea. By renting a yacht, you can enjoy your vacation in the open sea, visiting the quiet lagoons, secluded bays and grottoes. Picturesque landscapes, sunny beaches, good conditions for fishing and diving attract tourists from all over the world.
2yachts offers yacht charter in Malta, a picturesque island nation located in the Mediterranean Sea, 100 km south of Italy, about. Sicily. Malta has been of a marine nature since antiquity, as evidenced by the Old Phoenician word "malat" (translated as "harbor"), from which the name of the island came from. Of no small importance in the life of the island is its geographical location - at the junction of 3 parts of the World: Europe, Asia and Africa. Today, Malta is a key tourist center on the Mediterranean Sea with extensive opportunities for yachting. You can choose a boat to your liking, based on your preferences - the system will offer exclusive options for renting yachts in Malta to organize an excellent rest on the water.
The highest point of the island of Malta is located on the southwest coast (the peak of Ta Dmeirek with a height of more than 250 m). The Maltese archipelago consists of three main islands: Malta, Comino and Gozo, as well as several uninhabited islands in the central part of the Mediterranean Sea. The total length of the coast is about 200 km, the coastline is indented with bays of natural origin. Navigation in Malta is possible from April to November, often yachtsmen leave their ships here for winter parking. It is a simple swimming area with significant cultural heritage and extensive opportunities for diving and snorkeling. The sea in this area is clear, visibility under water is good, there are no strong currents, and the bottom topography is strongly rugged by grottoes, caves, arches. Thanks to the purity of water, under water, it is possible to make magnificent pictures that capture the diversity of the underwater world. When renting a yacht, you can choose where to anchor and in this regard you have complete freedom for diving and exploring the marine life.
In the western part of the island of Malta are the sandy beaches of Jaina and Ankor, on the south and west coast of the island of Gozo are the fishing village of Xlendi and the valley of Mjar Ishini, on the island of Comino there is a 7th century knight's tower.
In the historical capital - Valletta, you can visit the Palace of the Grand Master of the 16th century, the palace of San Anton of the 17th century, the Church of the Blessed Virgin of the Victories of the 16th century, the Cathedral with the clock tower, look at the main gate of the city - Valletta City Gate, sit in local cafes, walk along the coast and go to the local attraction - Siege Bell . The main yacht port of Valletta has embankments: Whitehall (almost 400 berths), Msida marina (274 berths), Lazzaretto (75 berths) and Ta'Shbish (more than 50 berths).
The islands of Gozo and Comino are well suited for swimming and diving - in Comino there is the Blue Lagoon with clear waters (a popular place among lovers of sea recreation), you can dive for sightseeing of the underwater world near Cape Dweira, near the cliff of Mushroom and Cape San Dimitri on Gozo. On the island of Gozo, there is a "tower of giants" - the temple complex Ggantia of the Neolithic era (the oldest man-made temple listed in the Guinness Book of Records). However, despite the large number of megalithic complexes in Malta, only 4 have survived to this day - Tarshien, Jgantia, Mnaidra and Hajar Kim.
Separately, it is worth noting the hospitality of local residents, backed by honed service and exquisite local cuisine. Local eateries and restaurants serve fresh seafood and fish dishes - here you can try ricotta dough, bigilla bean paste, ratatouille capunata and other local dishes. Fans of an active nightlife will also find worthy establishments in Malta for listening to music and dancing.
The official languages in Malta are English and Maltese, the dominant religion is Catholicism. On the archipelago of about 400 churches, in addition to Catholicism, other religious denominations are also represented.
The most interesting holidays on the islands of the archipelago are the carnival held in February, Liberation Day in March, the Malta Jazz Festival in July and the October sailing regatta.
Yacht charter in Malta is one of the most popular entertainments; tourists on the island go sailing, high-speed motor yachts, rent a scooter, and go diving. Boat trips will give an unforgettable experience of watching how practically deserted beaches give way to busy marinas, and exploring memorable landscapes with steep cliffs, gently sloping shores, sandbanks and reefs. Tourists flock to Malta from all over the world who are interested in looking at medieval cities with ancient Baroque buildings, visiting quiet charming villages, doing surfing, yachting or other sports.
You can rent a yacht in Malta to arrange a boat trip around the island, as well as to visit neighboring Sicily or the Pelagic Islands. We hope our company will be able to choose the most suitable offers for planning your unforgettable vacation in the Mediterranean!