Experience Malta by land, air and sea with the island’s new Adventure Trail
The latest addition to the Malta Tourism Authority’s series of maps, the Adventure Trail has been released to showcase the picturesque island’s host of sporting, fitness and nature experiences. Though one of the Mediterranean’s’ smallest countries, the islands of Malta and Gozo rivals its larger counterparts with an abundance of hiking trails, scuba diving sites, and idyllic horse-riding locations. With an average of 300 days of sunshine a year, Malta is the perfect location to explore the great outdoors, and with the Adventure Trail in tow, travellers can explore the island by land, sea and air. Download the Adventure Trail here.
Sailing – Charter a sailing boat and take in the breath-taking views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Scuba-diving – Consistently ranking as one of the best dive destinations in the world, the islands boast an abundance of reefs, caves and shipwrecks to explore.
Snorkelling – The year-round warm waters and excellent visibility of the Blue Lagoon call to snorkellers.
Horse riding – Explore the islands on horseback to experience the unspoilt peaceful countryside and picturesque views at your own pace.
Hiking – The islands boast excellent day hikes; favoured topographical locations include Dingli, Mellieha, Ghar Lapsi and Gozo.
Kayaking – The coastline of the Maltese archipelago boasts varied topography, natural beauty and calm waters; perfect for kayaking.
Flyboarding – The unique extreme sport, flyboarding, calls to adrenaline enthusiasts and can be enjoyed on Malta’s shores.