Malta fishing boats

Malta is a popular destination for young and old. People fall in love with the culture of Malta, the warm climate and the beautiful beaches. In addition to the beaches, you have the small nearby islands. For example, the island of Gozo, Comino, and Cominotto. We advise you to arrange your accessible wheelchair traveling and shore excursions to Malta well in advance of your travel dates to assure availability of guide and adapted transportation. Travel with us on an unforgettable adventure to Malta.


Valletta street

Visit Wheelchair Accessible Valletta & The Three Cities – Approx. 8 hours

With this full-day tour, you get the chance to see all the hidden gems of Malta. You visit the Barakka Gardens, the Museum of Archaeology, Vittoriosa, and much more. Getting curious? Click on the more information to find out more and book.

Mdina city view

Wheelchair Accessible Treasures of Malta: Valletta & Mdina – Approx. 8 hours

During this tour, you get to discover the best of both worlds. The beautiful old town of Valletta is the capital of Malta. After Valletta, you drive to Mdina, including a stop at the Dingli Cliffs to take in the gorgeous vies over this magnificent island.

Valletta Square City

Discover the treasures of Wheelchair Accessible Valletta – Approx. 4 hours

This tour lets you explore Valletta, Malta’s capital. During this experience, you get to see the bustling streets of this busy city, but also the cozy alleys. Your guide will tell you all about the rich history of this magical city. 

Malta Gozo Azure Window

Discover the Wheelchair Accessible southern villages of Malta – Approx. 4 hours

With your private adapted transport, you will discover the southern villages of Malta. Together with your guide, you visit the typical Maltese village plaza, shopping streets, and see the picturesque winding alleys. The villages you are going to visit during this tour are Zurrieq and Qrendi.

The craftmans village Malta

The Wheelchair Accessible Craft Village & Palazzo Parisio – Approx. 4 hours

Malta’s old airport, once taken over by the British RAF during the Second World War. is now home to Malta’s National Football Stadium and the Craft Village. The village consists of rows of old Nissen huts housing craftspeople and retailers where they showcase and sell Maltese made crafts.

Tarxien Temples Malta

Wheelchair Accessible Three Cities & Tarxien Temples – Approx. 4 hours

Today’s tour heads to the Southern part of the island. The part where you discover the historical area known as the Three Cities: Vittoriosa, Cospicua & Senglea. Enjoy the picturesque narrow streets and stunning views, and see the Tarxien Temples which are UNESCO heritage. A must-see when visiting Malta.

Mdina Cathedral

Wheelchair Accessible Dingli Cliffs, Rabat & Mdina – Approx. 4 hours

See the Dingli Cliffs, Rabat, Mdina during this four hours long tour. Several gorgeous sites that you cannot miss when visiting Malta. Get to see stunning views from the Dingli Cliffs, visit Rabat, and see the beautiful old Mdina.

Tours in Malta

A wheelchair accessible vehicle will be waiting for you upon arrival. Your experienced English-speaking guide will make you feel at home instantly. Your guide knows all the hidden gems in and around Malta. With him/her, you will experience the best local attractions and enjoy a very special day.

About Malta

Malta has much to offer. Besides the beautiful ports with the typical blue boats that make for a spectacular view, you have the cozy city streets, lagoons and historical sites. No matter your interests, everyone will find something to do or see here! Despite the typically rocky landscape, access in Malta is improving. Our expert local guides are on hand to ensure that you enjoy the best that Malta has to offer. For example, the traditional Maltese food with its mixture of Sicilian and Middle Eastern flavors. Highlights of our tour include visits to the National War Museum and the Grand Master’s Palace and not to forget, an exploration of Valletta.