The islands of Malta and Gozo have a lifestyle typical of the region which provides a perfect balance between work and relaxation and therefore you will be able to find many different outlets which will allow you to release all the stresses of day to day living. Whichever way you choose to relax, be it working out at the gym, sunbathing on one of our golden sandy beaches, lounging in a bar, spending time with friends over lunch or dinner or simply staying alone with your thoughts while watching a beautiful sunset, we can help you.
Love sports? Would like to keep fit and active while improving your English language with us? At am Language Studio we can help you practice the sport of your preference… simply choose an activity from our weekly schedule or speak to us.
Enjoy our cycling trips, diving or snorkeling adventures, kite boarding, take a boat trip to the Blue Lagoon off the island of Comino or simply bask in the sun on one of our beautiful beaches.
The Maltese Islands have also become a hub for the clubbing scene. Internationally renowned DJs appear (David Guetta, Paul Oakenfold, Erick Morillo, Magda, Tiesto, Van Heill and more) for guest weekends throughout the year. The main nightlife clubbing action is found in Paceville, on the coast near St. Julians, where the clubs and bars are in abundance.
There is a variety of other sources of nightlife entertainment – try your luck at the casinos, go see a film (blockbuster movies, art house films, re-releases and non-English language films) or do as the Maltese and dine al fresco at one of the romantic palazzos or bustling harbour restaurants.
Malta is rich in cultural heritage. A young democracy that has evolved by taking bits and pieces form the different cultures that have contributed to her past. Malta is truly different and, if nothing else, it is a fascinating journey through history.
Come and experience the charm that makes Malta the jewel of the Mediterranean. Our rich history offers the unique experience of visiting a truly southern island with strong northern traditions.
With more than 7,000 years of history, Malta will open a window to the past. The Phoenicians, the Romans, the Arabs, the Normans, the Knights of Saint John, the French and the British have all come for a while.