13) Around the same time Notte Bianca is organised in Valletta, with several performances and most museums opening their doors on a Saturday evening.
14) Also in October, the Rolex Middle Sea Race is organised, so head over to Grand Harbour to watch the sailing action unfold.
15) Admire up close some of the beautiful species of fish that can be found around the Maltese islands, at the Malta National Aquarium in Qawra
16) Is golf your thing? Play a few rounds at the Royal Malta Golf Club
17) Into bowling? Rent a bowling alley at the Eden Superbowl in Paceville (St. Julian’s)
18) Go bird watching at the Għadira (Mellieha Bay) or is-Simar (Xemxija) bird sanctuaries run by Birdlife Malta
19) Take the kids to the Buġibba Waterpark in summer to cool off and splash around at one of Malta’s water parks
20) Hang out by the pool with good music and food/drink at The Lido in Sliema or go to Baia Beach club (North of Malta) and lounge by the sea
21) Go open sea fishing and catch yourself a winner
22) Take a sightseeing boat tour around Grand Harbour: Learn about its history and enjoy the views of the fortifications
23) Beat your friends behind the wheel of a kart around the Badger Karting track
24) Not quick enough in a kart? Take revenge by taking on your friends in a round or two of paintball, around the corner from the kart track
25) Sit on a bench at the Upper Barakka to take in the view across Grand Harbour. Don’t get a fright from a firing gun (at noon or 4pm) from the Saluting Battery though!
26) Watch a sunset, like on top of the cliff between Golden Bay and Ghajn Tuffieha
27) Walk around the Three Cities, opposite Valletta to discover more parts of Grand Harbour. Don’t forget to check out the Gardjola at the tip of Senglea with its keen eye
28) Take a stroll through Mdina at night, and enjoy the quiet and dimly lit atmosphere
29) Go paragliding, windsurfing, water skiing or jet skiing at one of the larger beaches, like Mellieħa Bay or Golden Bay
30) Go for a swim at Għajn Tuffieħa, arguably Malta’s most beautiful beach!
31) Take a trip off the beaten path and swim at one of the secluded (rocky) bays around, like St. Peter’s Pool (near Marsaskala) or Slugs Bay (in the far North of Malta).
32) Chill out at Earth Garden (event in June) with some good music, food/drink and usually great weather to be out and about.
33) Considering Gozo? Do as the locals do: Stay at a renovated farmhouse! Seriously relaxing, usually with pool and everything. Oh, and there’s a bunch of things to do in Gozo as well!
34) Take in the panoramic views of the surroundings of Victoria in Gozo from the Citadel