Car Rental in Malta

Car Rental in Malta


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Rent a car in Malta and experience the vibrant culture and stunning scenery that makes this Mediterranean outpost so famous. Malta was made for holidays – with miles of coastline, rugged landscapes, prehistoric temples, hidden coves and unbeatable diving, there’s no shortage of things to keep you busy.

Add to that Malta's unbeatable sunny climate and its enviable location on the Mediterranean Sea and it's easy to see why it’s among the most popular beach holiday destinations in all of Europe. You could even have your big day here, as wedding car rentals are available from Europcar.

Ready to relax? Book your Malta car rental online today and explore everything from the luxury resorts along the coast to the charming architecture of Valletta.

Europcar offers a wide range of vehicles to suit every taste and budget, including long term rentals, so you can see it all in style.

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Looking for a small or medium economy car rental or something a little larger to fit all the family? At Europcar Malta, we have a great range of new and comfortable rental cars to choose from. Browse our fleet range now and rent a car online today.

Explore Comino

The tiny island of Comino is tucked between Malta and Gozo. Though small, it’s famous for the Blue Lagoon, a sheltered cove with views so beautiful that they look more like a postcard than a real location. Stretch out on the white-sand seabed and splash around in the clear waters under the searing hot sun. This is just one of many great attractions to discover when you pick up a cheap car rental in Malta.

Visit St John's Co-Cathedral

Explore one of the most impressive architectural gems in Malta – St. John’s Co-Cathedral. Built in 1573, the church was the place where Knights would gather for communal worship, its status eventually reaching that of St Paul’s Cathedral in Mdina, earning it the title of co-cathedral.