Located about 90 km from Sicily (Italy) and off the coast of North Africa, Malta is one of the most prominent destinations in Europe for its warm climate, recreational areas and historical monuments. The country is made up of three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino. Traveling to any of the islands is an adventure. The reasons to rent a boat in Malta are endless: enjoy La Valletta, a beautiful city, go to discover a diving paradise in Gozo or admire Blue Lagoon, a beautiful beach in Comino. We set sail for one of the most representative islands in Europe! Are you coming?
Renting a boat in Malta can have different prices, this depends on the type of boat, the season, the duration of the rental or the age of the boat and other variables. With Boatsandgo you can compare boats and check different factors to get the best price, before booking.
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Malta is a destination that has a lot to offer to travelers, it has more than 200 km of coastline with beautiful cliffs, crystal clear waters and incredible reefs that make it unique. To give your trip an original touch, we recommend you rent a boat in Malta and sail around the island. You can compare boats with Boatsandgo and find the best one that suits you.
Malta is a destination with history and culture. You can find old buildings and towns from other times, also historical centers that are world heritage sites. A British colony until 1964 and a member of the European Union since 2004, Malta is varied and captivating, especially for those seeking sun and a mild climate all year round. In summer the temperature can oscillate between 20º and 32º, in autumn between 15º and 28º. Some recommended places:
It is the smallest island of the three and is characterized by being uninhabited. It is quiet and particularly popular with hikers who want to spend a holiday in full contact with nature. It is also an ideal place for scuba diving.
Be amazed by the Blue Lagoon with its intense clear blue waters next to large rocks. To get to the island can be accessed from the port of Mgarr in Gozo or from the port of Malta.
The island is characterized by its natural heritage. It is perfect for diving because of its caves and spectacular seascapes. In addition, cyclists and hikers will especially appreciate the rural landscapes and the trails along the entire coast.
Some of the recommended places to visit are: The Blue Window, the Stone Salt Flats, the Citadel and the Ggantija temple built 3600-2500 BC. To get to Gozo it can be done from the port of Malta.
Boatsandgo offers you a wide fleet of boats to compare in Malta between sailboats and motorboats, go ahead and choose the one that best suits your vacation plan. Choose to rent a boat with a skipper or without a skipper, depending on your level of experience. Dare to have a magical experience in Malta.