If you are a citizen of an EU or EFTA country, or if you have a valid visa for one of these countries, you should be able to visit Malta visa-free for up to 90 days.
Your passport must have at least six months of validity after the date of your intended stay in Malta. You will also need a passport-sized photo, a return ticket (with the correct destination), proof of financial solvency, and enough money for your stay. If you are traveling with children, including their birth and vaccination certificates.
The following documents are not accepted as valid proof of identity: driver's license, national ID cards, and military ID cards. Citizens from countries without a visa agreement with Malta are required to obtain a visa in advance.
To apply for a Maltese visa online, visit the website of the Ministry of Home Affairs (www.mfa.gov.mt). You will need to provide your name, date of birth, passport number, and country of citizenship. You will also need to upload a copy of your Passport Picture Page (PPP), your visa application form (if you are applying on paper), and two passport-size photographs taken within three months prior to the date of your application.