All-inclusive Malta holidays are going from £251pp for winter sun in 2021

All-inclusive Malta holidays for 2021 are up for grabs from £251pp while it’s still hot and sunny – and you can find more packages from £282pp for more winter sunshine

A young couple sit on the waterfront in Malta at sunset
There are plenty of tempting Malta holiday deals currently on offer

If you’ve been considering a last-minute holiday abroad now that the school holidays season is over, then you may want to check out some of Mirror Holidays ‘ latest Malta deals.

Malta is currently on the UK’s green list, which means you won’t be required to quarantine or self-isolate back in the UK, although you will need to take a pre-departure test as well as a PCR test on day two of your return.

The destination can be ideal for a holiday in October or November, as it still boasts heaps of balmy, sunny weather (temperatures tend to be around 25C in October and 20C in November).

The best part? There are plenty of deals still to be snapped up – including all-inclusive holidays from £251pp. Check out some of our top picks below…



You can find all-inclusive holidays from £251pp to Malta with Mirror Holidays
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Our top pick of Malta deals include:

All prices are based on two adults travelling, and are subject to change and availability.

You can also find heaps more deals on the Mirror Holidays website here whether you’re after a last minute trip or starting to plan ahead to 2022.









It’s worth noting that Malta is currently only open to Brits who are fully vaccinated (although unvaccinated children can accompany vaccinated adults – you can find out more in our Malta entry rules guide here ).

Malta is currently on the UK’s green list. According to Reuters data, the country has reported 55 infections per 100,000 people in the last seven days. Due to these low infection rates – and the fact that Malta has a high vaccination uptake – it’s likely to remain on the green list in the next travel review, due to be announced on Thursday September 16.

We spoke to travel experts who shared their predictions for the announcement including what could be on the cards for popular destinations such as Spain, Greece and Portugal. Meanwhile, there has also been speculation that the government could be looking to scrap green and amber lists by October, although nothing has been confirmed at the time of writing.

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