Malta

A destination steeped in history, Malta packs glorious variety into its small archipelago.

Malta is a true Mediterranean marvel.

Heavily influenced by the many civilisations which have contested and ruled its sun-filled shores, Malta and Gozo, its sister island, together claim over 6,500 years of history with one of the world’s greatest concentrations of historical sights. Each conquering power has left its mark from Arabic town names to British food, Greek superstitions and Roman Catholicism. A few days here will reveal a lavish architectural legacy, splendid Baroque churches, a flourishing food scene and rich agricultural traditions.

When to Go

A visit in the summer or autumn months (June to November) will let you see Malta in all its tropical glory. Enjoying the beaches is best in summer with Gozo Island sure to delight avid divers. Explore among shipwrecks and discover the rich marine life. The flat terrain makes Malta an ideal destination to explore on foot or by bike, with many natural wonders and historical monuments to discover. Autumn is perfect for sunbathing and sightseeing, as the weather is still pleasantly warm, and the tourists are on the wane. 

Continent Europe
Language Maltese
Capital Valletta
Population 514,564
Area 316 km²
Currency Euro

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