For an unforgettable trip to one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean, book your Malta flights with Ryanair.
Fly to Malta and see why it was voted the best diving destination in Europe. Take a boat trip to the Blue Lagoon, famous for its clear azure waters and white sand. Stroll through history and check out the Ggantija, Hagar Qim & Mnajdra Temples which are even older than both Stonehenge and the pyramids in Egypt.
Malta truly is a gem of a year round destination.
When to book cheap flights to Malta
The best time to book cheap flights to Malta is during the early months of summer (May and June), as the island isn’t too crowded and the weather is warm and sunny. Malta enjoys hot and dry summers. The period between autumn and winter is also a pleasant time to plan a trip as most of the tourist crowds have dissipated and the temperatures are much cooler. If you fly to Malta during the winter time, temperatures are milder than most of northern Europe and you can take your time to enjoy the Christmas lights and traditional festive music. Need a place to stay while visiting Malta? Check out Ryanair Rooms for an excellent selection of hotels, apartments and places to stay in Malta.
What to see in Malta?
Watersports enthusiast? You’re in for a treat. When you book Malta flights, you can look forward to exploring some of the best diving spots in the world.
Discover the island’s coastline - hidden sea caves and caverns offer rewarding dive sites, with the most illustrious of these being the Blue Grotto.
Malta offers something for history buffs too. The Maltese islands have a rich history with Megalithic Temples on the islands dating between 3600 BC and 700 BC.
If you’d prefer to just soak up the summer sun, you’ll find an abundance of beautiful beaches in Malta including Golden Bay and Għajn Tuffieħa beach.
Getting around Malta
When your cheap Malta flights land, you’ll find that getting around the island is easy. The only public transport available on the island are buses that serve all the major tourist spots. If you’d prefer to rent a car, check out Ryanair Car Hire for great deals.
What to eat in Malta?
Maltese cuisine reflects the long relationship between the islanders and the many civilisations that occupied the Maltese islands over the centuries. Traditional Maltese food is rustic and based on the seasons. Tasty local dishes worth sampling include Lampuki Pie (fish pie), Rabbit Stew, Bragioli (beef olives) and Kapunata, (Maltese version of ratatouille). Meanwhile, a trip to the Marsaxlokk fish market on Sunday morning provides a wonderful insight into the island’s age-old maritime tradition. For tips on what to see, eat and do while in Malta, check out Try Somewhere New.