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I need to take a break from looking after a sick husband. I would like to visit Malta on my own for about one week. I am in my mid 60's but am very active. Is Malta a safe place to visit as a single Malta MT single woman Would it be best to go to a large spa complex or a smaller private hotel in Gozo or Malta? I like the sea but also culture but I am not interested in going to bars.
Any ideas or suggestions or advice would be welcome. Hi Allie, writing as a man in my opinion Malta is generally considered to be about as safe as you can get in Europe these days, however as with any country these days there will always be those who want to profit from other people by mugging or bag snatching etc, and this of course happens in Malta but no where as much as in the uk for example, the best way I can sum up is if anybody asked me which country would be ideal for a single female traveller then all things considered Malta and Gozo would be top of my list by a long chalk, with regards to hotels then take your pick, however I would reccomend Sliema for any first timer to Malta as it is still a nice town, with good transport links, nice sea views, and generally decent hotels, also good shopping and places to eat and have a beer or a coffee, any questions please let me know, we Malta MT single woman the real Malta inside out so are very happy to help.
On one of my Malta trips I left my family behind and spent 8 days in Malta and Gozo as a solo female 40 ish. I spent 4 wonderful nights at the San Lawrence Kempinski in Gozo which has one of the best Spa's I have ever been too, and was a good base for gentle sight seeing, some on foot, and some by Taxi. I had arranged transfers via the hotel which were excellent and reasonably priced.
St Julians is a good base with direct buses to many parts of the island and a good selection of local restaurants. If money is not a problemor you really want to have a break ,I would go to the Fortina Spa resort in Sliema. You can really splash out therewith all the treatments close by and two pools to sunbathe. Also Sliema shops are within walking distance but a bit far away to miss the noise and hussle bussle.
Malta is safe for womanbut obviously ,one should always have common sense and not take foolish decisions and risks. Take the necessary safety precautions as thieves exist everywhere. Hop on buses tours are good value for money! I have been to Malta on many occasions, and have never found any problems being a "woman on my own. Have always felt safe and comfortable while travelling around. The Maltese people are really friendly and helpful. You should feel safe here in Malta. Sliema is a good base and very central.
There are direct buses to most places of interest and scheduled buses are frequent. Good info. I know from experience how draining it is when you care for a loved one. There comes the time when you have to take a break and have some 'me' time.
I spent two weeks in Malta last month on my own. I agree with what the others have said. I found Malta a safe place to holiday as a lone female traveller.
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