The new Malta holiday offer means you can get £25 pp off breaks in 2022

Malta bank holidays are currently being offered on Mirror Holidays with discounts of £25 per person for bank holidays including short breaks in April, May and June in 2022

A view of the Marsaxlokk market in Malta with traditional Luzzu fishing boats on a beautiful summer's day with blue skies and green seas
You can currently bag discounts of £25 per person on Malta Holidays

Malta has become a firm favorite with Brits after a sun-drenched holiday with incredible food, sights and plenty of fascinating history.

The island hotspot is already open to fully vaccinated Brits and recently announced plans to do so Welcome back unvaccinated British travellers without quarantine, with new rules coming into effect this week.

If you were tempted to book a break and check it out yourself, you’re in luck because mirror holidays currently has an offer for Malta holidays with Win £25pp rebates.

There’s already seven nights available from £195 per person, so this could be the perfect excuse to book a budget-friendly getaway!

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There is also a generous time window to choose from when it comes to travel dates, as the discounts apply to holidays departing before June 30, 2022.

To book the discounts, just look at the full list of Malta public holidayschoose the best trip for you and enter discount code MALTASPRING at checkout.

It’s worth noting that terms and conditions apply. For example, the discount only applies to adults and on public holidays with a minimum stay of seven nights. Learn more at

Malta has everything you could want for a dreamy, sun-kissed holiday



Malta is currently open to all UK tourists, although entry requirements vary depending on your vaccination status.

If you are fully vaccinated against Covid, you can enter the country without a Covid test. If you are partially vaccinated or unvaccinated, you must provide either proof of recovery from Covid within 180 days of arrival or a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of entry into Malta.

All travelers heading to the hotspot are also required to fill out a passenger locator form prior to travel, which includes a QR code to be presented at border control.

It’s not just international travel rules that are being relaxed; Vaccination cards will also be canceled for standing outdoor events and indoor events with a seat.

Mr Johann Buttigieg, Chief Executive Officer of the Malta Tourism Authority, said the easing of travel news was “great news for the tourism industry” and that “we look forward to welcoming everyone back to explore the Maltese islands”.

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