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Where to pick up your car
There are over 15 car hire locations in Malta, and the most popular city is Malta.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Malta are Goldcar, Budget, Avis, Thrifty and First Car.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Malta are January and February.
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Hire a car in Malta
Malta’s 300 days of sun per year have long made it a go to destination for sightseers.
Situated between Sicily and North Africa, the Maltese archipelago has been a strategically important site throughout its 7000 years. The tiny islands are a balanced mash-up of European and African influence, with a diverse heritage and flavourful culture.
Hiring a car gives you access to everywhere on the island of Malta – you’ll be able to see the entire 246 square kilometres in days! easyCar compares top car hire brands, so you can select your favourite vehicle ahead of your Maltese road trip.
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Car hire knowledge
Car hire stats in Malta
|Frequently asked question||Answer|
|Most popular place to hire a car in Malta||Malta Airport|
|Most popular rental length||Seven days|
|Most popular month to rent a car||August, where a hire car costs on average £25.20 per day|
|Cheapest month / most expensive month||Average cost per day of car hire in Malta *|
Drive on the…
Left, however, there is a joke in Malta that “we neither drive on the left nor the right, we drive in the shade!” So keep your eye out when coming around tight corners.
Share the road
Expect to share the road with donkeys and horse-drawn carts as well as overloaded cars.
Headlights must be on at all times.
Local drivers won’t usually give you a heads up when they’re going to change lanes or turn. Buses also have a tendency to not indicate before letting passengers off.
In Valletta, there are colour-coded parking spaces:
White bays – for the general public available for 24 hours
Green bays – for residents only
Blue bays – are available from 8:00 to 18:00
The Maltese Islands
The largest island – yet still comparably small next to most European destinations – Malta is your point of arrival and departure. Trace the country’s history here and explore the rocky coastlines or low hills of the countryside.
Main attraction: Mdina is an ancient and dramatic hilltop town. It is a must-see for anyone seeking to immerse themselves in history. The lavish architecture is breathtaking and will catch your eye around every corner.
Greener and more rural than Malta, Gozo has sleepy ambiance about it. Thought to be the isle of Homer’s Odyssey, it is steeped in history and legends. Gozo’s landscape is dotted with 46 churches, some big enough to fit all the residents of individual towns inside.
Main attraction: Azure Window, a limestone arch, carved above the sea. Unfortunately it collapsed in 2017, however, it was reborn as an underwater diving attraction.
The smallest of the three islands, (a mere 3.5 square kilometres), Comino is largely uninhabited. The island was formerly a hideout for pirates – today though, it is a car-free oasis for snorkelers, divers and landscape-loving photographers. There are daily ferries from both Malta and Gozo to Comino.
Main attraction: Blue Lagoon, a giant natural turquoise pool of crystal clear water. No deep diving required to see the bottom of the ocean here.
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The ultimate Malta road trip
Malta International Airport MLA
Malta Airport is the only airport on the airport serving the Maltese islands.
Car hire pick up point
Car hire desks are located on the left side of the Arrivals Hall after the baggage claim area.
These sea caverns are a natural wonder, featuring an imposing arch over vivid blue water.
Ħaġar Qim Temples
The best preserved prehistoric site on the island, these Megalithic temples also offer some of the best views of the sea.
The highest point of the Malta island, the Dingli cliffs are a great place for hiking.
A large village, which houses splendid architecture and the island’s largest sand beach.