Sitting smack bang in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea is the island republic of Malta where you will find comfortable holiday home Malta to rent. This archipelago has had a colourful history, having at one point been under Phoenician, Roman, French, and most recently British rule, and has now established itself as an independent republic with a strong draw for tourists staying in the self catering cottages Malta. Visitors to Malta will find that this sunny destination offers holiday rentals Malta along the long stretches of beach, perfect for swimming, sunbathing, boating, fishing, and a wide variety of water sports. For those, who are addicted to watersports, a holiday apartment in Upper Bavaria located on the Lake Chiemsee, a holiday villa Island Crete or a holiday apartment on one of the islands of the Netherlands Antilles will be perfect.
From your waterfront villa Malta, you can also find ample opportunities for water skiing, paragliding, and windsurfing. Snorkelling and SCUBA diving are also popular in Malta, with many underwater sights to see. In fact, some believe Malta to be the site of the fabled underwater city of Atlantis so rent your discovery holiday home Malta. Fantastic beaches apartments Malta and snorkelling can also be found on Malta's sister islands of Gozo and Comino. Book your holiday villas in Malta on Gozo and enjoy the warm sandy beaches and fabulous sunsets from your chalet Malta that this island has to offer.
Dry off for a bit and head to Malta's megalithic temples. These structures are over 5000 years old and offer a unique glimpse into early human civilisation. Then check out one of Malta's many series of caves and grottos – the Blue Grotto is particulary magnificent. Holiday homes Malta are varied, from holiday apartments Malta in beachfront resorts to more familiar holiday homes Malta and holiday villas Malta. Whichever type of holiday accommodation Malta you prefer, you're sure to find the perfect cottage Malta for your holiday Malta.
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