Malta

Long days of warm sunshine, perfect photo landscapes, the kindest people on Earth, clean turquoise backgrounds… If you love adventure, discover the islands of Malta and Gozo and immerse yourself in history.

With an area of 316 km2, the Republic of Malta is one of the smallest countries in the world, but it attracts many fans every year for its history, its attractive diving areas and of course sailors looking for relaxation and the fun.

The ideal private charter to explore this scenic coastline with spectacular cliff formations, historic harbors, and beautiful bays, including the Blue Lagoon on Comino Island, a natural pool with crystal clear waters and golden sands. Ocean Charter Club offers extraordinary rates and the best value for money.

Harbour

The Grand Harbor Marina is the great marina of the Mediterranean: Msida Marina & Ta´Xbiex Quay, represents the nerve center of Yachts, Island Marina, with its strategic position. Portomaso Marina, the first zero emission marina, Mgarr Harbor Marina located on the island of Gozo.

What to see in Malta

There is much to see and do in Malta, such as Valleta: Laparelli had the unique and exceptional opportunity to create the perfect city. It probably doesn’t look like such a modern city, but it is one of the earliest examples of city design based on a precise street layout … See more

Beaches: in the northern part of Malta, Mellieha Bay, Għajn Tuffieħa and Golden Bay. Gozo’s most fascinating beach is Ramla, a large beach of an unusual brick red color protected by the countryside. Visiting Gozo and Comino is mandatory, as they offer many isolated and silent rocky inlets, characterized by transparent waters ideal for snorkeling. Anchor Bay, is famous for being the film town ‘Popeye’, the film produced in 1979 in which Robbin Williams plays Braccio di ferro. Blue Lagoon on the small island of Comino. The island of Comino, which occupies only 3.5 square km, is the perfect hideaway. Cumin, takes its name from the spice of the same name that was given here

Sailing the Maltese Islands

Ocean Charter Club offers you the best charter rates, through its operating partners. Five marinas ready to receive pleasure boats. Malta, located in the heart of the Mediterranean, represents the perfect destination for an idyllic holiday at sea. Sailing by boat through its crystal clear waters becomes irresistible for any self-respecting nautical sportsman or any tourist who seeks to explore its islands from another point of view, much more privileged, from the sea. In this way, you can access intimate and hidden coves inaccessible by land and enjoy the many cliffs and reefs from a unique angle, thus appreciating their majesty. A boat is, without a doubt, the best means of transport to travel the 200 km. of the archipelago’s coastline.

With 7,000 years of history and one of the best climates in Europe a two-hour flight away, a cinema destination is waiting for you! The Maltese Islands –Malta, Gozo and Comino- offer great attractions. From archaeological sites, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO … countless corners that were chosen to film films such as Troya, Gladiator, Munich, The Count of Monte Cristo, Vicky the Viking and Agora, Alejandro Amenábar’s latest film.

Eat in Malta

As in the rest of the country, the food scene in Valletta is an eclectic mix offering a variety of dishes to suit all tastes and budgets.A growing number of restaurants in the city are offering local food, serving their own versions of the local cuisine. Traditional specialties Maltese cuisine is the result of a long relationship between the islanders and the many conquerors who occupied the island of Malta for centuries. This marriage of flavors has given local gastronomy its own Mediterranean character. This mix of culture and cuisine is felt most strongly in the cosmopolitan capital of Malta. In short, Maltese cuisine is a fusion of Mediterranean flavors from countries such as Spain, France, England, Italy or Turkey.

Main courses. Traditional Maltese cuisine is based on seasonal products and, among the most outstanding dishes, is the Stuffat tal-fenek or Rabbit stew, the national dish par excellence, a dish loaded with flavor. Soppa tal-armla or Soup of the widows. The Soup of the widows is another typical homemade dish, made with eggs, vegetables, noodles and Gbejnjet, the traditional cheese of Gozo. Lampuki cake This delicious fish comes from Maltese waters, similar to sea bream, which can be consumed fresh in any port. Lampuki should be tried, in any of the forms in which it is prepared in the Maltese islands. On any trip worth its salt, you must try street cuisine and the quintessential snack eaten on Maltese streets are Pastizzi: puff pastry rolls stuffed with or mashed peas. Ftira If you like Italian cuisine, you can’t stop trying Ftira, a kind of pizza typical of the archipelago. A delicious dish similar to Italian, but in the purest Maltese style … In addition to all these dishes, in Malta you can eat very good seafood in many of the restaurants that dot the island, especially in the Valletta area or in Marsaxlokk.

If you do not have a skipper’s license, you can always enjoy the sea by hiring a charter with a crew to live an unforgettable vacation.

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