Thinking about visiting Malta in the spring? Well if you’re not you definitely should be! Experiencing the island around this time of the year means that you’ll be in for a Mediterranean treat. The Maltese spring is generally warmer than most, and there’s a pretty solid chance you’ll see many of the locals jumping at the chance to hit the beach, top up their tans, and splash around in our crystal-blue seas. Let’s take a closer look at why visiting Malta in spring is a fabulous idea:
1. Awesome weather
If you love sunny weather but can’t take the full-on summer heat, this season is the perfect compromise. With temperatures usually hanging around the 17-to-25 degree mark, April and May are spot on. From lazy days at the beach to trekking, horse riding, kayaking and beyond, you will be able to enjoy everything the island has to offer without feeling like a sweaty mess at the end of it all. Win-win!
2. Avoid peak season
When you book that well-deserved break during the low season, then you avoid peak-season prices too. Who does like getting a great deal on their holidays? If you’re looking for the perfect short-let accommodation in Malta, then check out our stylish apartments and stunning villas to get the best price on your home away from home.
3. Gorgeous scenery
The Maltese countryside is certainly beautiful all year round, but there’s always something special about the way things burst into life during springtime. Fiery sunsets, rugged walking trails, lush greenery, historic sights, breathtaking beaches - we have it all. If you’re not sure where to go to see Malta at its best, don’t worry! We’ve got a few suggestions on hand to get you started:
- Dingli Cliffs
- Buskett Gardens
- Blue Grotto
- Upper and Lower Barrakka Gardens
- Hagar Qim and Mnajdra
- Ghar Dalam
- Ghajn Tuffieha Bay
- St. Peter’s Pool
- Il-Majjistral Nature and History Park
4. Loads of events
Something about this season makes people feel inspired to live their lives to the max. No matter what you’re in the mood for, there’s always something on to suit your personal taste. Parties (more importantly, boat parties!), hikes, jeep tours, rock climbing, fireworks, village feasts - you name it. We’re a small island, but there’s no end to the number of things you can do here!
5. Outdoor fun
When it comes to outdoor activities, you’ll be completely spoiled for choice on our little piece of Mediterranean paradise. To get the most out of your time in Malta, why not explore our beautiful countryside with organised treks, segway tours, or off-road biking? Better yet, take things to the next level and spend the day in Gozo on a jeep tour with your favourite people, or treat yourselves to a yacht charter for some well-earned luxury!