Malta is a local, safe and reassuring destination for French travelers who want to spend their holidays in complete peace and quiet.
In fact, 95% of Malta’s population is vaccinated with three doses.
Benefiting from 300 days of sunshine per year, the archipelago is one of the Mediterranean destinations that offers the greatest variety to its visitors.
History, art, culture and natural beauty are the origins of its three islands, Malta, Gozo and Comino, to which are added the local gastronomy and the legendary hospitality of the residents. Whether it’s sparkling Malta and its capital Valletta, listed as a UNESCO Heritage Site, Gozo, a true haven of wild and authentic tranquility or Comino, a spot of excellence for diving enthusiasts, this archipelago on a human scale is an invitation for a change of pace, exactly what we dream of!
Malta is ready to welcome you, don’t wait any longer!
Less than 2 hours and 45 minutes by plane from France, a member of the European Union, and with a long experience in terms of tourist reception, Malta is looking more than ever as a local, safe and reassuring destination for French travelers.
Malta is an archipelago located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea and consists of three main islands – Malta, Gozo and Comino. Malta is famous for its history, culture, and temples that date back more than 7,000 years and is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Besides the megalithic castles and temples, Malta enjoys approximately 300 days of sunshine each year. English is the second national language of the islands and Malta is part of the European Union; Valletta is the smallest capital city in Europe. The archipelago is also famous for its diving sites that attract enthusiasts from all over the world. In 2020, Malta entered the Michelin Guide and now has five-star restaurants.
Airlines operating to Malta in the summer of 2022 are:
Air Malta: Paris CDG, Paris Orly, Lyon
Air France: Paris CDG
Transavia: Paris Orly
Vueling: Paris Orly
Ryanair / Malta: Paris Beauvais, Nantes, Toulouse, Marseille, Bordeaux, Lourdes Tarbes.
Below are the current travel arrangements for arrival in Malta as of Monday 11 April 2022
For travelers from 6 years of age, you must submit either:
Either: Validate the certificate of vaccination against Covid disease (QR code). Respect the 14-day period between the last dose of vaccination and the date of departure
OR: A negative PCR test that is less than 72 hours old
Or: a negative antigen test result less than 24 hours ago
Or: A refund certificate of less than 180 days, issued after a PCR test. Certificates of recovery from antigen testing are not recognized.
The online “Digital Traveler Locator Form” tracking form must be completed by each traveler: on the outbound flight (to Malta) and on the return trip to France.
A QR code will be generated for verification.
Available here: https://app.eulf.eu/#/
Find Malta and Gozo at: www.visitemalte.com
and Valletta at: www.voyage-lavalette.fr/
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