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Bridge in Malta & Gozo

8 days from £650pp

Your Tour Includes

  • 7 nights all-inclusive accommodation
  • Return airport transfers
  • Services of an EBU-qualified director and friendly hosts
  • Varied bridge programme with Masterpoints and prizes awarded
  • Welcome drink
  • Excursions and visits as described in the itinerary
  • Local tourist tax

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Holiday Overview

Join us on the delightful island of Malta and enjoy pleasant temperatures under the winter sun. We stay at the 4-star Db San Antonio Hotel & Spa, boasting an excellent range of facilities including a large outdoor pool, an indoor pool and Moroccan-style spa, and a private beach. The all-inclusive board is excellent value, and we enjoy our varied programme of bridge in the spacious Casablanca conference room.

Ideally located in the heart of Qawra, the hotel is close to many shops and all of the tourist facilities. The stunning 3.5m seafront promenade, passing Bugibba and St Paul's Bay and its islands, is the perfect place for an afternoon stroll in the sunshine.

The bus terminal is just 100m from the hotel and offers direct transportation all over Malta, making it exceptionally easy to explore this fascinating island steeped in history and colourful towns and villages abundant with churches and local festivals. Frequent buses will take you into the historic capital Valletta, where you can meander through this incredible walled city, or take a boat trip around the deep harbour and experience the views from the Upper Barrakka Gardens.

We include a full day excursion to Gozo, a three-hilled island that is much greener than Malta and very picturesque. Enjoy breathtaking views as you embark on a guided tour, stopping in the capital of Victoria. We also visit the National Shrine of the Blessed Virgin and a local craft centre where we experience local traditions of trade and cuisine. Not to be missed is our optional excursion to Rabat and the Silent City of Mdina, with its alleyways and infamous Mdina Gate.

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