– New Website Launch

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

Launched in the past few days, is a brand new local website focusing on selling local tours and excursions. The website is primarily aimed at consumers overseas looking to book tours, excursions, boat charters, accommodation and several other services in Malta. The design complemented the logo, especially the colours and the look and feel of the website.

The website design needed to be very visual, with large images being used to promote Malta primarily and then focusing on selling tours and excursions.

The website was subdivided into various categories for easy navigation and user-friendliness. With a booking engine integrated with the website, together with a payment gateway, the website is a one-stop shop for people who are buying IsleToursMalta services online. A Content Management System (CMS) means that the client can update the website himself as well as inputting new tours and keeping the site adjourned with news and events happening in Malta. The client also had a custom coded ‘Booking Manager’ to easily manage bookings and requests.


Fernand Fenech -

Fernand Fenech -

Fernand Fenech -

Fernand Fenech -

Fernand Fenech -


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