Malta School Netball Tours
Located on an island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea.
Malta is an ideal destination for your school netball tour and it is rapidly becoming one of our most popular.
As a Commonwealth Country, Malta has a tradition of playing netball. It’s therefore one of the few countries where your team can play local matches. Your team will enjoy a competitive game against local opposition carefully chosen to match your team’s level and ability.
Malta School Netball Tours enjoy:
- Maltese sunshine and Mediterranean landscapes
- Competitive local opposition
- Professional sporting facilities- indoor and outdoor
- Splendid sights and Top attractions
Malta is an ideal destination for your school netball tour and it is rapidly becoming one of our most popular. Not only is Malta a small historically rich Mediterranean island, where the Maltese hospitality is legendary, but it is also the perfect destination for netball groups to travel to. It has a Commonwealth heritage, which means that there is a broad range of opposition readily available through the local club structure.
Here at Activ4 we believe the dedication and hard work we apply to developing our international netball programme will ensure that our valued customers keep returning. Our expertise in arranging safe and successful trips to Malta for students to relish, enjoy and learn, undoubtedly leads to satisfied customers.
Activ4 can organise local a variety of local opposition for UK schools and clubs to play netball against, which is not always so easy when you look at other destinations. Malta therefore takes away those hurdles.
It also has a great climate and a great infrastructure of sports facilities. School netball tours in Malta also feature an action packed schedule of activities for your group to enjoy. Activities range from ten pin bowling to a day cruising on the Med in a tall ship sailboat.
Where it’s held
Malta School Netball Tours are based on the north east coast of Malta. As Malta is such a small island everything is close. Malta International Airport 19km, Mdina (the old capital city) 10km and the Capital City of Valletta only 15 km away. The Cirkewwa ferry terminal is only 4km away and from here you can catch a ferry to the sister islands of Gozo and Comino.
Qawra is part of a cluster of villages that includes Buġibba and St. Paul’s Bay. Actually it’s hard to tell whether a particular street is part of Qawra or of its neighbouring village. Qawra is a popular tourist resort great for active holidays. Visitors can enjoy many water sport activities, including snorkelling, diving, banana boat, jetski rides, as well as kayaking, snorkelling and diving. Qawra has continued to develop rapidly over the past 20 years and has become a very popular destination for tourists visiting the island.
With numerous cafes, pubs, discos, and restaurants you can be sure to stay active while visiting Qawra and Bugibba.
Sample Itinerary for Malta School Netball Tours
Depart from your UK airport bound for Malta. Your group will be met by a member of the Activ4 School Tours destination team and escorted to Qawra. With plenty of restaurants, cafes and ice cream parlours it’s an ideal location for our students. The hotel has several rooms to host a variety of evening entertainments, this evening you could have a quiz night.
Training sessions will be done in the morning and are a short transfer from the hotel; with Malta only 122 square miles in size it doesn’t take too long to travel to any of our sports destinations which include both indoor and outdoor facilities. Fixtures are usually played in the late afternoon or early evening against local club and school teams.
Today you will visit the Maltese capital Valletta. A World Heritage site named after Grand Master La Valette. The first stone of the city was laid in 1566 and it took 8,000 labourers 5 years to build the 2 mile fortifications. Finish by heading into the shopping district to find a treat or two to take home with you.
Back to sport with a training session in the morning where you can focus on developing and improving the techniques from your fixtures earlier on in the tour. Later you can take a recovery session back at the hotel swimming pool. On the final night hold an awards ceremony to decide on the player of the tour, most goals etc.
After breakfast it’s time to check out and depending on your flight schedule there may be time for a swim before your coach transfers you to the airport for the return flight home. The tour officially ends when you get back to the UK, but with a trip this great we are sure that it will live long in the memory.