We of EcoBikesMalta designed our Cycling Tours with the English-speaking traveler in mind. We offer you the best orientation, an informative and entertaining guide and simply a great time. We have the know-how to explore at best the wonderful Maltese Archipelago.
Our tours are 100% safe, as we follow a carefully designed route through the back streets and valley roads of the Islands . We offer tours on electric bicycles, MTB and Trekking bikes.
If you have never experienced ‘no force’ cycling, now is your chance. Our high quality electric bicycles which conform to the latest E.U. standards take all the effort and sweat out of cycling. With a load off up to 100kg and a range of approx. 45 km these amazing bikes allow you to really see and feel the delights of
Visiting some of the islands most beautiful unspoilt areas with plenty of time to stop and look. All our tours offer not only a healthy and fascinating day out but also a unique experience . . .
Cycling and relaxing at the same time!
If you are a more energetic person you can join any of our tours using our trekking or mountain bikes. Ladies models also available.
On all our tours we provide you with a detailed guide to all sites and locations we visit.
Visit Cycling Tours for tour details
Republic of Malta is a southern European country and consists of an archipelago situated centrally in the Mediterranean, 93 km south of Sicily and 288 km north-east of Tunisia. Malta is just over 300 km² making it one of Europe's smallest and one of Europe's most densely populated countries (2007: 410,290 persons) The capital is Valletta and Maltese is the national language and a co-official language, alongside English.
Throughout history, Malta's location has given it great strategic importance and a sequence of powers including the Phoenicians, Romans, Fatimids, Sicilians, Knights of St John, French and British have all ruled the islands. Malta gained independence from the United Kingdom in 1964 and became a Republic in 1974, whilst retaining membership in the Commonwealth of Nations.
It is a member of the United Nations (since 1964) and a member of the European Union (since 2004). Malta is also party to the Schengen Agreement (since 2007)
Malta is known for its world heritage sites, most prominently the Megalithic Temples which are the oldest free-standing structures in Europe. Malta is also known to be the Island Fortess, a heritage from the Knight of St-John.