Date Last Updated: 22nd February 2023
The activities in Malta for May 2023 is the start of summer with plenty of fun and big events. Find all the current events in Malta for this month including Beland Music Festival, Green Festival and Mdina Medieval Festival.
Apart from attending an activity, many Maltese and tourists start sunbathing at prominent beaches especially at sandy beaches.
It is the time for exams so many are constrained indoors but activities are not least. Relaxation moments in the countryside are very common with greenery still at its best and the heat would not be that strong.
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We highly recommend this popular cruise as we tried it ourselves. Hop on a boat and enjoy a trip to one of Malta's surrounding islands. A trip that takes a whole day. You visit and swim at the Crystal Lagoon then proceed to the famous Blue Lagoon Malta. You can also visit Gozo as it is an additional tour.
Discover one of Malta's oldest burial ground. Thousands of people visit every year. Hypogeum Malta is known to be one of the best preserved prehistoric sites in the world. A tour not to be missed. Tickets should be booked from weeks before. Make sure you get yours now!
Why not spend a morning exploring two very popular attractions. First stop will be the magnificent Blue Grotto. An optional 20-minute boat trip can be taken to the stunning caves. A destination everyone who comes to Malta wishes to visit. Later that morning you will visit the small fishing village of Marsaxlokk, where you can buy local specialties and souvenirs.
A tour we highly recommend you to try out! With Malta being so tiny, you can take a cruise and travel round the whole island in a day. Explore the wonderful coast our island offers and also stop at the beautiful island of Comino. Be treated to a complementary buffet lunch together with free flowing drinks throughout the entire duration of the cruise.
Drive around the island of Gozo in a Jeep. Experience the beauty Malta's sister island has to offer from the stunning countrysides all the way to the gorgeous small villages. You will also visit the Ggantija temples. A unique powerboat ride is included where you will pass by Comino caves and the Blue Lagoon. To make your trip more relaxing, hotel pick-up and drop-off is included.
See the three villages on a full-day tour led by certified guides. If you want to visit the three most popular villages on the island, then we recommend this tour. You will not only visit these villages but find out why they are so popular and why tourists visit them so much. Your first stop is the Mosta dome, told to be the third largest dome in the world. Next you will visit Ta' Qali Crafts Village, Mdina, Rabat then Dingli Cliffs.
Explore the tiny sister island of Malta the best way. Spend a whole day at Gozo island by first crossing to the island by ferry. The tour will take you to the islands hot spots such as Xlendi Bay, Ta' Pinu Basilica and Cittadella. Everything included - Pickup and drop off, Gozo ferry ticket, buffet lunch, train ride to Cittadella and certified guide.
The smallest capital city in Europe. Valletta, a fortified city built over 450 years ago by the Knights of St. John. Today, thousands of people visit Valletta on a daily basis. This city is full of churches, shops, boutique hotels, Museums, historical sites, baroque architecture and antique palaces. We suggest you visit the capital city when you are on holiday in Malta.
Malta's former capital city. One of the most visited locations on the whole island. Mdina is situated at a very high altitude, where there are views of the whole island. A location where Game of Thrones season 1 was filmed. Home to one of the most expensive hotels in Malta. What can you do in Mdina? There are plenty of things to do and many points of interest that you may want to visit.
The Valletta Green Festival is a yearly opportunity to enrich the capital city Valletta with a green element of a huge flower carpet spread on the floor of St. George’s Square in front of the President’s palace.
More than 80,000 seasonal flower plants crammed tightly together are planted time before to be in blossom for the infiorata to create an intricate design of white, yellow, purple, red and pink colours for visitors to see, walk around and take photographs.
It is held every spring aiming to inspire residents to grow their own flowers in their own houses around the villages and towns of the island.
This is an outside display of colourful plants which can be seen all through the day.
The Beland Music festival consists of local established music artists who are invited to participate has been held at the village of Zejtun since 2011 during the month of May. Many music lovers await for this festival with a varied program of events for all audiences
Through the Beland Music Contest the organisers enables new emerging artists, musicians and groups to participate and win through their performances. The will have the opportunity to exhibit themselves in front of a large audience during the three day festival.
The festival is supported with the collaboration of the Arts Council Malta.
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