Gay holiday in Malta? Sure, here is some reason why?

Malta is frequently named one of the most gay-friendly countries in the world. The small island nation has a vibrant gay scene to check out. One of the best ways to learn more about the gay scene is by doing a tour with a local gay guide.


Malta has become the gold standard of LGBTQI reforms. The progressive Maltese government gave the LGBTQ the ultimate prize: gay marriage. The right to change legal gender was introduced in 2015, and since 2017, a third gender option X has been permitted/recognized in identification documents.



Malta is safe for gay travelers!


Malta is one of the few places in the world where LGBTIQ+ travelers feel comfortable with public displays of affection almost everywhere. Walking through the streets of Valletta, you can feel totally comfortable.



Sights to Explore in Malta


Valletta is the capital of Malta, a pretty walled city that’s also a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site. Established in the 1500s by a Roman Catholic order called the Knights of St. John, you will love getting lost down the little side roads. The best way to explore Valletta is on a gay walking tour with a knowledgeable guide so you can learn all about the city’s rich and diverse history.


St. John’s Co-Cathedral is a breathtaking spectacle of stone hand-carvings gilded in 24-karat gold, opulent murals, and stunning marble floors. 


Fort St. Elmo was built to defend the harbor from attacks by the Ottoman Empire. The fortified cities of Cospicua, Senglea, and Vittoriosa, commonly known as The Three Cities, can be seen across the harbor.


Mdina is a small fortified city in the heart of Malta, which was actually the capital from antiquity to the medieval period. Notable scenes from Game of Thrones depicting King’s Landing were filmed here, particularly at the Mdina Gate. 


Malta is one of the best places in Europe to do scuba diving. With warm waters, reefs, caves, and even shipwrecks to explore, there are dive sites suitable for beginners to advanced divers. 


Comino is a small island between the islands of Gozo and Malta. It is most famous for its beautiful bay, known as the Blue Lagoon. Riviera Beach is one of the favourite beaches to local LGBTIQ+ people to head to on a day trip.


Popeye was filmed on a purpose-built set in Malta. The set still stands today and has become one of Malta’s most popular tourist attractions.



If you have time, don’t miss visiting Malta’s sister island Gozo. A more serene setting awaits you with great food and a beautiful landscape. You can reach Gozo by Ferry from Cirkewwa (in the north of Malta) or with a fast ferry service from Valletta. 


Plan your trip

Malta is a small island, so it’s quite easy to get around using public buses, ferries, and taxis. Travelers from the UK, USA, Canada, and Australia don’t need a visa to stay in Malta for up to 90 days as a tourist. The power plugs in Malta are Type G, which is the same as those throughout the United Kingdom.


There are 192 free WiFi spots across Malta, as well as in most hotels, restaurants, and coffee shops. 

Tipping is not obligatory in Malta but it is customary to tip around 5-10% of your bill for good service. Gay dating apps like Scruff and Grindr aren’t banned in Malta.


Malta offers generally pleasant weather all year round, although it does get hot in summer. We find that traveling during the shoulder seasons of spring or autumn is the best time to visit if you want to avoid crowded scenes. 


There is more to read in our FAQ section get in touch with us and let’s plan your Malta stay together.


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Valletta Queer History Walking Tour

Are you in the mood for an exciting and educational day out? Then we've got just the thing for you! The Valletta Queer History Walking Tour is an incredible way to explore one of Europe's most scenic and walkable cities, Valletta.

What sets this tour apart is that it provides an authentic exploration of Valletta's landmarks and history from the perspective of the LGBTQ+ community. You'll get a unique perspective on the city center, the red light district, and even the outskirts. Your tour guide will provide fascinating details about the LGBTIQ+ cultural heritage that make this city so special.

This tour is perfect for anyone who's interested in learning about history and culture in a new and exciting way. You'll be able to see Valletta in a whole new light, with an uncensored version of the city's history that you won't find in guidebooks.

But what really makes this tour stand out is the fun and friendly atmosphere that your guides provide. You'll feel welcome and included from the moment you join the tour. the guide is knowledgeable, passionate, and eager to share they love of Valletta with you.

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Three Cities: Gays vs. Inquisitor

Embark on an exciting journey through Three Cities and explore hidden queer narratives at the Inquisitor Palace! Our expert guides will lead you through the winding streets, revealing tales of LGBTIQ+ individuals.
Explore the historic landmarks and delve into the intriguing past of the Knights of Malta. In Birgu, within Three Cities, discover the remarkable Inquisitor Palace, where stories of the LGBTIQ+ community's struggles await.
Reflect on the past's complexities and gain insight into our community's reality from the 16th - 18th Century.

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From Stigma to Empowerment: A Women's History Tour of Valletta

Discover the rich history of women in Valletta like never before with our unique walking tour. Join us as we explore the city's must-see places while presenting a different perspective that highlights the important role of women in shaping the city's past and present.

This tour offers a fascinating glimpse into the lives of women who freely offered non-marital services for private benefits. Discover their struggles, entrepreneurial pursuits, hopes, and dreams as we walk through the streets of Valletta.

As we delve deeper into the hidden stories of women, you'll be transported back in time to learn about their contributions to the city's cultural and economic development. From the pioneering businesswomen who ran their own shops to the fearless activists who fought for women's rights, this tour will leave you with a newfound appreciation for the women of Valletta.

But our tour isn't just informative - it's also fun! With an engaging and knowledgeable guide, you'll enjoy a lively and interactive experience that celebrates the untold stories of women in Valletta. Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn about the city's history from a feminine perspective. Join us for a walking tour that's both educational and entertaining!

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Valetta Street Food & LGBTIQ+ History Tour

Are you ready for an unforgettable day of exploring, eating, and learning? Join us on our Valletta Street Food and LGBT History Tour, where you'll get to experience the city's rich culinary traditions and vibrant LGBTQ+ culture.

Our tour takes you on a journey through Valletta's fascinating history, with a focus on the contributions of the LGBTQ+ community. As we explore the city's landmarks, including the red-light district and the city center, our knowledgeable guides will share stories of the queer individuals who helped shape Valletta's identity.

But that's not all - we also make plenty of stops along the way to sample delicious local specialties! So make sure to come hungry and be prepared to indulge in some of the city's most mouth-watering street food.

With our friendly and passionate guides leading the way, you'll feel welcome and included from the moment you join the tour. And by the end of the day, you'll have a newfound appreciation for Valletta's unique history, as well as a full stomach!

So don't miss out on this one-of-a-kind experience. Join us on our Valletta Street Food and LGBT History Tour and discover the city's rich culture and cuisine like never before.

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Vino Voyage: Private Mdina and Wine Tasting Experience

On a day trip in Malta, visit the Game of Thrones filming location in Mdina first. Savour a tour of Mdina and finish with a tasting session at the nearby Boutique Wine Estate alone or with your favourite people and a friendly guide.

Mdina, the old Capital City of Malta, is over 4000 years old and has an extensive history. Many interesting people come through its gates, including the apostle Paul. Throughout the years, people have referred to this city in many different ways. You may call it the "Notable City," the "Silent City”, or even "Kings Landing", as the GOT fans would refer to it.

Join us on a walk on the medieval streets of Mdina. Unlike other tours, we'll take you on a trip through time and help you understand all of Mdina's major historical milestones and queer heritage -you won't find this information in your average guidebook! It's a fun way to explore Malta's heart and soul with a licensed queerlor-made tour.

The tour will end near Mdina with a boutique winery, where you can enjoy magnificent views with a few nice glasses of wine and the picturesque old capital city in the background before your driver takes you to your accommodation.