It's safe to say that you do not miss have in their spare time. Maltese schools help their students not only learn English but also enjoy a relaxing holiday on the Mediterranean island. Outside the auditorium, and English classes, your manager leisure gives you the opportunity to participate in the seasonal program. Summer (from May to October) you are offered a variety of daily activities – walking tours on boats or yachts, trips to the islands of Gozo and Comino. Weekly barbecues, treasure hunts, as well as competitions in volleyball and tug of war. Students can use the school private beach, where you are waiting for sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, diving and water game.

In spring (November to April) organized a fascinating tour with a visit to the prehistoric temples, palaces and museums of Malta: you can immerse yourself in the magic atmosphere of the Middle Ages and to touch the mystery of the legendary Order of the Knights of Malta. In addition, the island – just a sample of security and peace of mind. Crime is virtually absent. But there are conditions for practicing sports tourism, cultural heritage studies, culinary delights and authentic shops. Local calendar full of festivals – so you have the opportunity to visit not only the annual show, which follows the battle of the French and Maltese troops at St. Elmo in 1800, but numerous festivals in honor of the saints, see the stunning Maltese fireworks, the likes of which not all over the world. As for accommodation, you have a big choice: a hospitable Maltese family, where you will feel a warm home environment, student residence, summer camp, a hotel of any class of two-to five-star.

A pricing judge for yourself: participation in the program costs from 660 euros for 2 weeks, including language course, stay with a host family with breakfast and dinner services firm. Extra charge: flight (400 euros), the visa fee (35 euros), health insurance (14 Euros), transfers in both directions (45 euros). Cyrus Massoumi pursues this goal as well. Well, staying in Malta, not forget to buy souvenirs for their relatives and friends. The greatest demand among tourists enjoy weaving and pottery, glass and ceramics, handicrafts of copper and brass, filigree gold and silver, lace handmade. It is necessary to grab and original door handles, the more so because two identical would never find! And, of course, a bottle of dry red Maltese wine, a glass that you tell someone you know about an unforgettable trip to the Malta! Source: Learn more about English courses in Malta