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Private chauffeur driven tours around Malta

If you would like the convenience of going where you want, when you want, without having to hire a car then you have the option of our private chauffeur. Whilst already being competitively priced compared to regular taxis, when you divide the cost between a few people the cost becomes even better.
For more info on sightseeing in comfort please contact pam@your-home-from-home.com

Ideas for a restful, fun stay...


The President’s Palace*

This is one of my favourite places. You can walk for free in the broken shade around this simply breathtaking garden.


Mdina is Malta’s medieval jewel. It’s distinctive narrow winding streets sheltered by imposing walls of nobles’ houses are simply beautiful. You will feel like you are walking back in time and the lamp-lit evenings are surreal.



Dingli Cliffs*

Admire the ‘white cliffs’ of Malta

Blue Grotto*

Feel inspired by the blue grotto boat trip.



Mosta Church Dome*

It boasts the third largest unsupported dome in the world. This beautiful church was nearly destroyed during World War II when a German Luftwaffe bomb hit the dome of the church but failed to explode. Another two bombs also bounced off the dome and ended in the square without exploding either.

Glass Blowing Factory*

You can watch beautiful vases being created through the traditional method of ‘blowing glass’.

Glass blowing


Birgu and the Three Cities**

I think this is a must personally. I just love the incredible sight of these awesome yachts against the backdrop of the beautiful old buildings. You will also have a little drive around the old town…just gorgeous!


This is a charming fishing and market village with lots of lovely, well-priced restaurants.


Tour Guide


A quick stop at the largest open air market in Malta.

Megalithic temples*

These prehistoric monuments are megalithic complexes dating as far back as 3,600 B.C. In all, five of these temples are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites including the oldest known freestanding temples in the world at Ggantija and the underground wonder of the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum.




To take a trip to Gozo you need to allow a full day, there are a few highlights to see on Gozo. It is a quiet place and you will feel like you are going back in time.

Our chauffeur has very kindly agreed a reduced rate for our guests. A four hour (half day) tour of the island will cost 95 Euros, and the full day, which is an eight hour sightseeing trip in comfort costs Euros 170. This is significantly less than the white taxis charge and our chauffeur is a real gem, you will have fun with him.

On the half day you will be able fit in all the attractions that have a * next to the title. On the full day you will be able to do all those with a * as well as those with **. To see Gozo you would need another day. There are some really special places to visit here.