Free Walking Tours Malta

The ultimate guide to free walking tours around Malta

There’s so much more to the Maltese experience than just beaches and coastlines, so why not try a walking tour or two during your next trip to Malta?

You’ve probably read about the Knights of Malta in history books, or come across a few photos of Malta’s famous beaches, but only when you’ve stepped foot onto the island will you realize how special Malta really is.

With countless beaches (some of which are considered to be the best in Europe!), and 300 days of sunshine each year, Malta is the perfect option for travellers looking for a little slice of paradise.

But Malta isn’t just the ultimate destination for beach lovers. The country also has the greatest density of historic sites in the world: From castles, churches and cathedrals, to prehistoric temples, medieval walls and so much more.


Other tours and activities in Malta

Tours in and around Malta come in all shapes and sizes. There are hop-on hop-off tourswine tasting toursboat cruisesvintage bus tours, even tours on segway!

If you’re looking for a cheap and/or free walking tour around Malta, the majority of them tend to be concentrated in Valletta (Malta’s capital city) and Mdina.

But if you happen to be in Malta during the few days of the year when Fort Manoel is open, there’s a free and Spanish-only running tour called Fort Manoel Special: The Perfect Fortress. There’s also a Birgu Ghost Tour and a Vittoriosa Walk where you can see the same buildings which were erected by the Knights of Malta!

And if worse comes to worst, you could always opt for any of the audio guides listed on or izi.Travel so you can make the most out of your upcoming trip to Malta, and learn all there is to know about the island’s many different locations and wonders.


Below you can find more popular (but not free) activities and tours in Malta.

Please note Strawberry Tours does not operate the tours listed above, however, we are currently looking for people from all over the world who are excited to show their hometown to others.

Are you from Malta and want to be a tour guide? Please get in touch by submitting your details on this page!