As well as enjoying sun-filled family days on the beach, splashing in the clear Mediterranean waters, there’s plenty to do right across the island that will keep the kids entertained. Malta’s capital, Valletta, has museums, artwork and historic buildings at every turn, but there’s only so much sightseeing kids can cope with! Here are some of the best activities to build into your time spent in Valletta with your loved ones to prevent boredom from kicking in.
Valletta Waterfront today is probably most known for its 19 warehouses that run along the water’s edge. These Baroque warehouses were originally used as stores built by Grand Master Pinto and 250 years later, they have been restored to provide a hive of activity in the form of restaurants, offices and shops. The area is completely pedestrianised and is a great place for kids during the weekends and public holidays, with free entertainment in the form of animators, balloon modelling, face painting, bouncy castles, puppet shows and more. With plenty of activities to keep the kids amused, the adults can enjoy refreshments and a bite to eat too, all in the same vicinity.