Tailor-made basketball tours in Malta

With around 20 teams competing in 2 men’s divisions and 1 women’s division within the Malta Basketball League, there is plenty of scope for a basketball tour to Malta.  Most of the major towns are represented – so there is an excellent opportunity to travel around and visit some of the historic sites of the Island.

There is plenty to do when not playing your fixtures, one of the most popular excusrions is to take a boat tour across to the sister islands Gozo and Comino, stopping at the Blue Lagoon for some excellent snorkelling and swimming.

  • The Capital: Valletta

    Direct Flying Time: Approx 3 hour 05 minutes

    Time Difference: GMT + 1 hour.

    Main Language: Maltese & English

    Electricity: 240V AC 50Hz. Adapter needed.

    International Dialing: + 356

    Driving: Driving is on the left. National license required

    Currency: Euro (EUR 1 = 100 Cents)

    Clothing:. Lightweights with warmer clothes and rainwear for winter months

    Emergency Services: Police 191, Fire 199 & Ambulance 196

    Water: Tap water is generally safe to drink.

    Tipping: Between 5 – 10 % gratuity

    Passports: British nationals must ensure that your passport is valid for the duration of your proposed stay.

    Visas: British Citizen or British Subject with Right of Abode in the United Kingdom not require a visa to enter Malta. Other British passport holders should confirm the current entry requirements. All other nationalities to contact the Malta Embassy directly

    Vaccinations: Please consult your G.P. to check entry requirements.


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