Malta for Disabled Travellers | Can be Done Holidays
Make the Great Escape to Malta
With accessible holidays by Can be Done
Floating between Sicily and the North African coast, the remote archipelago of Malta has made travellers of all backgrounds and abilities feel like a world away from the struggles of daily life for decades in a row. Our accessible holidays to Malta provide all the comfort, space and pampering you need to recharge your batteries – and perhaps work on your tan!
We can arrange a bespoke holiday for each traveller to Malta to suit a range of individual needs and wishes. Browse through our holiday ideas, or contact us to enquire about any further options.
The Golden-Hued City of Valletta
Malta’s capital Valletta is truly one of a kind – its miniature size (1km by 600m), its elegance (its founder decreed that it should be “a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen”), and its historical and cultural value. As you stroll or roll through the perfectly even streets – which are a delight for wheelchair users – catch sight of the controversially modern Parliament House and the equally controversial Fifth City Gate, both designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano.
To see a more classic side of Valletta, visit the wheelchair-accessible St John’s Co-Cathedral with its exuberant Maltese Baroque interior; the impressive Grand Master’s Palace and Armoury; or pay a visit to the National Museum of Archaeology.
This is just a glimpse of what Valletta has on offer – contact us to learn more about accessible tours to this gem of a capital.
Sliema is one of our top recommendations for disabled travellers in Malta. The spacious promenade looks out over the Marsamxetto harbour and the glorious skyline of Valletta, and Sliema’s accessible shopping centre is just around the corner. For those who are ready for a taste of Malta’s nightlife, we recommend heading to Paceville and St Julians, which can be accessed by foot or wheelchair within half an hour.
Ask us about the excellent disabled-friendly hotel options we have on offer here.
Mellieha: Heaven for Beach Bums
Although anywhere in Malta is a good to settle for a generous dose of sun and sand, Mellieha has some excellent facilities for those with an itch for the beach. The local stretch of sand here is considered one of the best around, and when you’re feeling adventurous, you can go out and have a closer look at the local area.
When you book your stay in one of our recommended properties here, you might not even want to leave your hotel, as all you desire will be on your doorstep.
Pampering at St Paul’s Bay
For that extra dimension to your Maltese relaxation, add a Spa element to it in St Paul’s Bay. At the San Antonio Hotel, a lift can get you up to the gorgeous Moroccan-style spa, which has flat floors throughout and features saunas, steam rooms, Jacuzzi, showers and pools to relax those muscles and release whatever http://www.ourhealthissues.com/product/cytotec/ mental and physical tension you might have left.
Contact us to start planning your stay today.
The Bayview Hotel & Apartments in Sliema is us one of the most sought after 3 star hotels in the area. It is conveniently situated on the promenade and it overlooks the picturesque fortifications, the historical buildings of Malta’s capital city Valletta and the traditional Marsamxetto harbour.
The Paradise Bay Resort Hotel is very popular, spacious and comfortable. It is beautifully situated overlooking the picturesque sister islands of Gozo and Comino
San Antonio Hotel & Spa This hotel has been newly refurbished in a Moorish style and is situated in Qawra, St Paul’s Bay in the northern part of Malta.
The Seabank Resort and Spa – All-Inclusive hotel in Mellieha Malta. new and stylish property offers countless ways to spend your days while on holiday in Malta.