Music Tours to Malta

  • Perennial good weather
  • Enchanting island
  • Lovely outdoor venues

A perfect destination all year round, with a temperate climate and prices that are refreshingly good value. The little island of Malta lies in the heart of the Mediterranean sea, just below the Italian island of Sicily and to the north of Tunisia in North Africa. The island's many foreign rulers have shaped its appearance today, making it an enchanting and educational architectural showcase. The island has two official languages; Maltese and English, so there are no communication barriers to overcome.

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“An amazing and unforgettable few days away.”

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“The tour was a good success, with Malta being an excellent choice to visit. The hotel was easily the best we have ever stayed at. “

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“A very educated audience in sacred music who really appreciated the high quality of concert, lots said we were the best group they have seen on the island.”

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“Malta is a very rewarding place, and everywhere we visited was friendly, easy and safe.”

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A perfect destination all year round, with a temperate climate and prices that are refreshingly good value. The little island of Malta lies in the heart of the Mediterranean sea, just below the Italian island of Sicily and to the north of Tunisia in North Africa. The island's many foreign rulers have shaped its appearance today, making it an enchanting and educational architectural showcase. The island has two official languages; Maltese and English, so there are no communication barriers to overcome.

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Minimum Duration: 5 Days 4 Nights

Extra Night: Call for Details

Coach Type: Executive 48-Seater with Air Conditioning

Tour Manager: Full Time

Meals: Half Board

Journey time from London:: 3 Hours 15 Minutes

Extra Activities/Excursions

  • The Malta Experience: A 45 minute audio-visual show strikingly illustrating the rich history of this tiny island.
  • Valletta: The island's capital, with fortifications, a grand harbour and beautiful Baroque buildings.
  • Mdina Dungeons: Learn about the horrors of the past in this authentic medieval dungeon in Malta's former capital city.
  • Splash n Fun Water Park: Features Europe's largest wave pool and three thrilling slides.
  • Blue Grotto: A magical natural cave,leading to numerous caverns, reached by boat.

Where to stay

There are plenty of excellent 3 and 4 star hotels in popular seaside resorts such as Qawra. The facilities are plentiful and often include swimming pool, fitness centre, lounges and rehearsal facilities.

Concerts

Malta has some great venues. Bands’ performances are enjoyed in the many squares and courtyards in the towns and villages across the island, as well as in hotels where regular concerts are held. Another memorable opportunity would be to perform in the Upper Barrakka Gardens in Valletta, where tourists gather to listen to the canons that fire every lunchtime. Choirs are spoilt for choice in Malta, with plenty of churches, as well as the prestigious cathedral of St. John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta, that welcome choirs to perform as part of a service or to give a recital.

Sample Itinerary (Choir*)

Day one

Afternoon flight and late evening arrival at hotel.

Day two

Morning in Valletta with lunchtime concert in the Barrakka Gardens, following the famous midday cannon shots. Afternoon visit to the island's former capital, Mdina, with a visit to the spooky Dungeons. Evening in the resort of St Paul's to enjoy the town's many festivities.

Day three

Full day at Splash n Fun waterpark. Evening concert in Mosta.

Day four

Morning visit by boat to the mysterious Blue Grotto. Afternoon at the Popeye village film set and fun park. Evening concert in Zabbar.

Day four

Morning free for time on the beach or shopping. Afternoon flight home.

* If you are a different ensemble type, please ask us for a sample itinerary.

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