Valletta Grand Harbour

What's Malta like?

Famous for its sunny weather and summer-living, Malta is located in the heart of the Mediterranean, below Italy.

It’s a bilingual country, which means that people speak English, so you’ll always have opportunities to practise your language skills whilst you’re here.

Elanguest in St Julians

Balluta Bay St Julians
The school is in the town of St Julians, known as Malta’s centre for hospitality and entertainment.

With the island’s top hotels making their homes in St Julians, it’s one of the most international and prestigious areas of Malta, and Elanguest’s location opposite the Hilton hotel puts you within easy reach of the restaurants, cafes and life for which the town is so well known.

Tours and Activities

From live events around the island to ancient temples, the Knights of Malta, fabulous beaches and more, we've got it covered. Find out about our special offers and see our top 5 tours and activities

Malta’s beaches and natural beauty

'Golden Bay'
If you love crystal clear blue waters, swimming in the sea, lots of sunshine and rugged natural coastline, then you’re going to love Malta. For much of the year, it’s a paradise for divers, beach-lovers, and sun-seekers from around the world, and although it’s a small island, Malta’s historical buildings and landmarks constantly surprise visitors to the island. The world’s oldest temples, the great fortifications built by the Knights of Malta, the ancient city of Mdina and much more are just waiting to be discovered and enjoyed.


Malta's political status and membership in the European Union means visa applications are simple and straight-forward, making it easy to enjoy the many delights this little island in the sun has to offer.

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