Malta is situated in the beautiful Mediterranean sea. It is to the south of Sicily and to the east of Tunisia.
Malta is a place where many cultures have collided throughout past centuries. It’s a fortress island in the middle of the Mediterranean , which, together with Gozo and Comino forms the Maltese Archipelago. Malta is home to over 380,000 people – who enjoy her wonderful landscapes and dramatic coastline.
Malta has a turbulent past – from the beginning of documented history and up to and including the Second World War, Malta is a prize that has been sought by many. The islands hold the record for the most air raids in World War 2.
The Maltese islands are predominantly Catholic and have the highest density of churches per square kilometer in Europe. Traditional family values are very important to the Maltese people. For people who enjoy history – Malta is an abundant treasure.
The climate here is extremely favorable with summer temperatures between 26 degrees C and 40 degrees C and winter temperatures dropping to 12-14 degrees. The sea temperature is between 15 degrees in the winter months and we enjoy highs of 28 degrees in the summer.
There are activities available to suit everyone, whatever your age – from horse riding and scuba diving – to visiting Museums and Churches, boat trips, bus trips, beaches or hill walking…and much much more….