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Guide to Rent & Drive Scooter/Car in Malta - LA Rentals

First, Book a Scooter/Car with given Link Below:

Did the Booking, Perfect!
Now here is the Map of Malta which you Can see Below, After that, Malta's Map is Explained in Detail below about Where to Go, Enjoy!

LA Rentals Malta – is in Viani Street, Sliema, We are in the Central Region of Malta,

You have 2 Option to Go North of the Side or the South, or you can also Drive only Around Central Side only.

Guide for the Map:

First, We Start with Central Side of Malta

Exploring the central side of Malta on a Scooter offers a mix of Historical Landmarks, Cultural Sites, and Vibrant Urban Areas. Here’s a guide to help you make the most of your journey:


Begin your adventure in the capital city, Valletta. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site’s narrow streets, visit St. John’s Co-Cathedral, and enjoy panoramic views from the Upper Barrakka Gardens.


Ride along the scenic coastal road to Sliema. Take a stroll along the promenade, shop in the bustling commercial district, and enjoy the view of Valletta across the harbor.


Nestled along the coast, St. Julian’s captivates with its serene bays like Spinola and lively ambiance, offering a perfect fusion of seaside tranquility and bustling energy, making it a must-visit destination in Malta.


Malta’s nightlife epicenter, Paceville pulses with energy as it transforms after dark, featuring a vibrant array of clubs, bars, and entertainment venues, making it the go-to destination for those seeking a lively and unforgettable night out on the island.

Now we Move to the North Side of Malta

Exploring the North side of Malta with a scooter is a fantastic way to enjoy the scenic beauty, historical sites, and charming villages. Here’s a guide to help you plan your scooter adventure

Start in St. Paul's Bay

Begin your journey in St. Paul’s Bay, a popular tourist destination with a picturesque harbor.

Explore the promenade and enjoy the view of the bay.

Popeye Village

Ride to Anchor Bay to visit Popeye Village, the film set of the 1980 musical production ‘Popeye.’

Enjoy the quirky atmosphere and beautiful surroundings.



Mgarr welcomes with its rustic charm, offering a blend of serene countryside landscapes, traditional Maltese architecture, and a taste of authentic village life,
Mgarr also know as the Most Authentic Traditional Maltese Food.


Head to Mdina, the historic walled city known as the “Silent City.”

Explore the narrow streets, visit St. Paul’s Cathedral, and enjoy the medieval ambiance.


Right outside Mdina, Rabat is worth a visit. Explore St. Agatha’s Catacombs and the Wignacourt Museum.


Ride to Mosta and visit the Rotunda of Mosta (Mosta Dome), one of the largest domes in the world, and see World War II Bombs Still present there, which were not Exploded during the War.

Dingli Cliffs

Head west to Dingli and enjoy the Dingli Cliffs, offering breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea & never Seen before Sunset Views.

Fomm ir-Rih Bay

 Tucked away on Malta’s rugged northwest coast, Fomm ir-Rih Bay captivates with its secluded pebble beach and pristine surroundings, offering a tranquil escape for those seeking a hidden gem off the beaten path.

Ta' Qali

A picturesque village in the heart of Malta, Ta’ Qali charms with its sprawling national park, vibrant artisan market, and historical sites, providing a tranquil escape amid the island’s cultural richness.

Now we Move to the South Side of Malta

Exploring the South side of Malta on a scooter offers a captivating journey through historical sites, charming villages, and breathtaking coastal landscapes. Here’s a guide to help you plan your scooter adventure:


Start your journey in Marsaxlokk, A traditional fishing village known for its colorful boats and lively market. Enjoy fresh seafood at the waterfront restaurants.

Explore the Fish Market, held on Sundays. Witness the bustling market where locals and tourists gather to buy fresh produce, seafood, and traditional crafts.


Explore Birzebbuga and its pretty bay, Pretty Bay, which offers a relaxing beach day away from the crowds.

Għar Dalam Cave

Visit Għar Dalam, a prehistoric cave with fossilized remains, providing a glimpse into Malta’s ancient history.

Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra Archaeological Park

Explore the Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra Temples, UNESCO World Heritage Sites showcasing Malta’s ancient history.

Delimara Lighthouse

Head to Delimara and visit the Delimara Lighthouse. The area provides a peaceful setting with panoramic views of the Mediterranean.


  • Embrace the local culture and try traditional Maltese cuisine in the various towns and villages.
  • Engage with locals and discover hidden gems off the beaten path.
  • Capture the breathtaking views and charming streets with your camera.
  • Be respectful of the environment and follow any guidelines or rules in natural parks and reserves.
Whether you’re interested in History, Nature, or simply soaking in the Mediterranean Atmosphere, Malta has something for every traveler to Enjoy!

You made it till here! Bravo.

BONUS: Tips for Scooter Rules in Malta!

Parking Rules in Malta for Scooters:

Never Park on Any of these 3 Colours in Malta!

YELLOW – It is for Garages.

BLUE – It is for Disabled.

GREEN – It is for Locals Living in Valletta Only.

Parking Rules in Malta for Scooters:

Always Park on White (M/C) Box or in Between Two Cars as Shown in Image.

WHITE (M/C) Box – It is for Motorcycles/Scooters Only.

Between 2 Card with White Line – You can always Park the Scooter between 2 Cars if there is a White Line shown in 1st Image, But Always Make sure that there is Enough Space, so Car can Park/Pass.


Always Use Waze App for Navigation!