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Celebrate these Malta Holidays with AX Hotels


If you ask us, Malta is amazing any time of the year. However, there are specific Malta holidays in which the island will be absolutely buzzing with entertainment, making them the best time to travel towards this little gem in the Mediterranean Sea.


Apart from our remarkable weather, impeccable history and refreshing and clear blue-water beaches, Malta officially has 16 public holidays. However, the fun does not stop there. There are countless of other holidays that have not made it to the official public holiday list but are still widely celebrated by locals. Carnival and Valentine’s Day are two such examples.


On this page, you will be able to see all the top Malta holidays, together with our special offers for the day/time period. Apart from offering you an exquisite experience in our hotels, located in three major locations around Malta, we also try to maximise your stay by letting you know all that you can around the hotel area, and in turn, Malta in general.


Choose your favourite Malta holiday from the below and book your stay with AX Hotels!

Explore the Malta Village Feasts in All of their Glory

The Maltese Islands are a heavily Catholic country in which religion and religious ceremonies play a great part in day-to-day life. Almost every village in Malta has a feast of its own dedicated to their specific patron saint. The Maltese love their patron saints and their village feasts. Although it is primarily a religious celebration, that doesn’t mean that it’s not fun. Wherever the Maltese can, a party is always involved!

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A Sunny Easter in Malta

Malta being a highly religious island, celebrates Easter as a holiday in all its glory. This holiday brings about various celebrations and diversions, highlighting the island’s religious Catholic roots.

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Join the Carnival Merriment in Malta

Carnival in Malta is a great opportunity to let out your inner child, and let loose with laughter, dancing, music and colours. The main carnival hubs on the Maltese islands are Valletta in Malta and Nadur in the sister island of Gozo.

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