Malta Westin Dragonara resort Cyplon Holidays

Get the most from Malta: Cyplon imparts invaluable advice to agents

Nestled in the inviting waters of the Mediterranean Sea, the small archipelago of Malta is fast becoming one of the most popular holiday destinations for British holidaymakers thanks to its rich history and culture, attractive beaches and sunny weather.

Cyplon Holidays is recommending Malta to agents as the quintessential destination, with something to suit every customer and their needs.

For clients looking for luxury and indulgence agents might wish to recommend the multi award-winning Westin Dragonara Resort in St Julian’s Bay or the Hotel Phoenicia for city-breaks in Valetta, both designed to provide that extra special luxury holiday where quality accommodation, top class services and fine dining are important factors. With departures available through the operator this March, a seven-night stay at The Westin Dragonara Resort, including flights and private transfers is priced from £699 per person based on a March 3 departure.

With such varied towns and stunning cities to be found on the island, the operator recommends that agents should highlight the many excursions available which will allow customers to immerse themselves into the authentic Maltese culture. These could include the half-day Marsaxlokk Market & Blue Grotto tour with prices from £35 per person or the full-day Mdina tour from £65. The destination can prove not just affordable but easily accessible for a city break, beach holiday or luxury holiday. The operator can also offer customised private tours, which include a licensed English-speaking guide and a chauffeur-driven, air-conditioned vehicle, tailor-making these to include what the clients wish for and the duration that suits them.

For clients seeking some peace and tranquillity, the luxury operator suggests Malta’s second largest island, Gozo. Just a 20-minute ferry ride from Malta, customers can stay in five-star accommodation, enjoy activities such as hiking and scuba diving and appreciate the diversity between the islands with a Gozo Island tour, escorting customers to the temples of Ggantija, the medieval city of Victoria and to experience the spectacular sunset at Dwejra Bay (with prices from £75 per person). A seven-night stay at the Hotel Ta’Cenc & Spa in Gozo, including the Gozo Island tour, with flights and private transfers is priced at £899 per person, based on an April 23 departure.

Showing its ongoing support and appreciation of agents, the operator offers a voucher incentive from £10 per adult booked on Gold & Silver package holidays, to free gifts for bookings over £5,999 and free stays at exclusive hotels for them and their partner.

Find out more at www.cyplon.co.uk/holidays/malta or call on 020-8340 7612.


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