Book cheap car hire in Malta and explore this charming island at your own pace. Experience for yourself the culture and striking scenery that has made this island country so famous.
In the middle of the Mediterranean ocean lies the fortress island of Malta. The island's major appeal lies in the year-round sunshine and clear waters, making it the perfect location for a relaxing holiday. Although the island is relatively compact, it boasts beautiful scenery and many interesting places to visit. Collecting a hire car offers the best way to start exploring the island immediately.
Excellent customer service is extremely important to us and as a family run business we understand the need for personal, helpful service and above all, great value car hire. This is why we strive to provide great rates with plenty of additional benefits. We have long existing relationships with the suppliers so you can be assured of great service when you arrive in Malta. Car hire really is the best way to get around the island and make the most of your time here.
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Due to Malta's small size, the island is only served by the one airport; Malta (Luqa) Airport. There are plenty of flights here from all over Europe so it's extremely easy to reach. The airport is located in the south of the island, approximately 8km from the capital city; Valletta.
Malta is known for its natural beauty and an abundance of history which has caused it to be described as an open-air museum! With plenty to pack into your trip, a rental car is essential to ensure you enjoy all there is to see on this wonderful island. There are ample opportunities for diving and snorkelling, so you’ll get plenty of chances to hone your skills on a visit here.
A trip to a traditional Maltese village such as Mellieha should also provide plenty to see and do, as it is famed for its gorgeous hilltop location surrounded by valleys and numerous caves. There are also some excellent restaurants to be found so time your visit close to a meal time.
Make the most of the gorgeous coastline, both on the main island (discover more about Malta's best beaches here) and the neighbouring island of Gozo. The Azure Window located on Gozo is one of the most famous tourist attractions and is also close to Dwejra Bay and the Inland Sea so be sure to visit this lovely area if you can.
Take a firm step back in history with a trip to Mdina, a city simply dripping with impressive architecture and historical anecdotes. There is a huge selection of attractions including the likes of the Cathedral, a natural history museum, galleries, craft shops and more.