Malta is a tourist hot spot and we are set up for it.
Malta a tiny country of about 316 km2 and a population of about 450,000, 80km south of Sicily. Malta is a tourist hot spot and we are set up for it. We have been voted countless times as a premium destination for holiday makers all year round.
We have great international connections, with around 40 international arrivals every day. There are flights Malta and the UK 5 times a day, Rome 4 times a day, Germany 4 times a day, just to name a few. You land at our award winning Malta International Airport or you can use a daily (sometimes twice daily) fast catamaran, especially convenient for trucking in equipment and sets. There is a vast range of air services from low-cost to flag-carriers, such as Ryanair, Air Malta, Emirates, Alitalia and others.
Malta has a vast range of hotels, from 5 star luxury resorts to Bed & Breakfasts and even boutique hotels nestled in the heart of our 16th century baroque capital Valletta (European Cultural capital 2018) and other picturesque towns . Many chains operate here, such as Hilton, Westin, Intercontin
ental, Corinthia (a Maltese-owned chain) and all levels of accommodation are available. All are competitively priced and used to dealing with movie production needs.
On average travel times within Malta are 40 minutes from one end to the other and in Gozo 15 minutes. Taxis, self-drive or chauffeured car/van rentals or with drivers and luxury and classic vehicles as well as high end sports cars are also available locally. Traveling between Malta and Gozo is by ferry crossing of about 40 minutes, pretty much every hour or so.