There are many good reasons to choose Mdina for your next holiday. A holiday rental home in Mdina will put you close to many popular activities and attractions. Each home is very well-appointed, so you will have a comfortable place to return at the end of days filled with adventure. Mdina will soon feel like your second home.
No matter what type of outdoor activities that you enjoy, you will likely find it whilst on holiday to Mdina. There are, of course, plenty of water related activities such as boating, swimming, SCUBA diving and jet skiing. You will also find beautiful hiking trails, challenging spots for rock climbing, golf, tennis and a number of guided history tours. There are hiking trails that are appropriate for a variety of fitness levels, so most visitors will be able to find one that is suitable.
Just as there is no shortage of things to do whilst on holiday to Mdina there is also no shortage of attractions to visit. A number of palaces are located here, but keep in mind that most are private homes, and are not open to the public. Still, just to be able to see the architecture of these buildings is exciting to some visitors. Other attractions include the Mdina Dungeons, Saint Paul’s Cathedral and the Benedictine Monastery. The whole family will enjoy a stop to the Mediteranneo Marine Park. This park features a variety of exhibits including dolphin shows and even some hands-on options for younger visitors.
If you want a location with weather that is perfect for enjoying outdoor activities, then Mdina is a perfect choice. While there is some fluctuation from season to season, even the winter weather is mild enough to allow for some outdoor fun. During the winter, the average low temperatures are between 9° and 14° C and the average highs are between 15° and 20° C. During the spring, the average low temperatures are between 12° and 15° C and the highs are between 19° and 23° C. During the summer, the average lows are 18° to 22° C and average highs are 28° to 31° C. There is some rain during most months, although one or two summer months may bring no precipitation at all. The most rain, between 61 and 112 mm, falls during the winter months.
Malta International Airport (MLA) is the only airport in this small country, so visitors to Mdina would fly in here. It is recommended that you have a car for use during your stay.