Music & Concert Tour To Malta
A music trip to Malta will delight choirs, orchestras and school bands with stunning natural landscapes and ancient buildings to perform in and around.
The crystalline waters of the Blue Grotto
Europe’s oldest buildings, the Ggantija Temples
Performing outdoors – even in Autumn!
Singing in one of the local Churches
*Excursion fees may not be included in this tour – please contact us to learn more.
Malta’s capital city takes its name from its founder Jean Parisot de la Valette, Grand Master of the Order of St John. Completed in only 15 years in the XVI century, Valletta is a Fortress City which still bears many signs of its past: historic buildings, city walls, narrow ancient alleyways, statues, fountains. The city is best explored on foot.
This educational audio-visual show opened in 1980. Through the use of authentic imagery and gripping commentary, the island’s 7000 years of turbulent history are brought to life in 45 minutes.
One of the natural wonders of the island, the system of 6 caves surrounded by high cliffs and a massive arch is an extremely popular site with tourists and has been featured in the 2004 movie ‘Troy’. The light reflecting on the minerals in the underwater rocks creates the spectacular colour which gives its name to the main cave.
“The Silent City” is an extraordinary example of ancient walled city with over 4,000 years of history. Discover the timeless charm of Mdina and its many cultural treasures whilst exploring on foot: the almost total lack of cars adds to the peaceful atmosphere.
This picturesque fishing village in the south of the island is very popular with tourists and has a number of fish restaurants lining the harbour. The main attraction is without doubt the typical “Luzzus” – very colourful, traditional fishing boats.
Tip: The village is extremely popular with tourists. Arrive early in order to avoid the crowds!
Enjoy a fun and educational day at this Marine Park and learn about dolphins, sea lions, exotic birds and reptiles. The main attraction is no doubt the Dolphinarium where visitors are able to enjoy daily shows and even interact with the dolphins.
Malta’s neighbouring island is well worth the trip. Smaller and greener than Malta itself, Gozo is steeped in history with Neolithic temples, old forts and splendid baroque palaces and churches. A regular ferry service connects it with the main island of Malta.
The two temples are located on the island of Gozo. Built between 3600 and 3200 BC, they have been included in the UNESCO World heritage List and represent some old the oldest free standing monuments in the world – they precede Stonehenge and the Egyptian Pyramids. The on-site Interpretive Centre provides visitors useful information on life in the Neolithic and is home to a number of archaeological artefacts.
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