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Experience the Mediterranean

Malta Highlights

Malta and the neighbouring islands of Gozo and Comino offer plenty of artistic, cultural and natural attractions, open air activities, nightlife, fine food and wine. Still not enough? We are in the middle of the Mediterranean, so expect a hearty welcome and a laid-back lifestyle!

Here are some figures to get you in the mood

300 days of sunshine per year

Golden or red sands and rocky shores, sapphire-blue water

Malta’s nightlife is often compared to that of Ibiza and Mykonos

3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the City of Valletta, the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum and the Megalithic Temples

More than 100 diving spots

Walking routes to some of Malta’s most stunning views

Climate — Mediterranean, that means warm and dry summers, mild wet winters. In September, you’ll likely find warm temperatures ranging between 20°-30°C, with a pleasant sea breeze.

Language — Maltese, English and Italian

Timezone — Central European Time (CET)

Currency — Euro  €

Foreign Visitors – EU visitors can enter Malta with a valid national ID card. Other countries’ visitors are required a valid passport. Visitors from certain countries may need additional documentation, please check with the Maltese Embassy in your country for further information.

Electricity – Bring a travel adaptor for your electrical appliances and devices: we use the UK 3-pin rectangular plug G system. The average voltage is 230v.