Malta gets about 300 days of sunshine a year. Long hot summers and short mild winters generate a balmy average year-round temperature of 19 degrees.
Malta has an average sea temperature of 22.2 degrees and many sandy beaches from which you can enjoy the warm waters. Also divers from around the world have just voted Malta the best diving in the Mediterranean and 3rd best in the world after the Red Sea and the Maldives in a recent online survey conducted by International Diver Magazine!!
Malta is a great place to explore and travel from due to its perfect geographical location in the very heart of the Mediterranean Sea, with easy access from all major cities in Europe, North Africa, and neighbouring states. Plus the beautiful Islands of Sicily, Corsica, and Sardinia are just next door!
Very low levels of crime make Malta one of the safest places in Europe. In fact, Malta consistently ranks in the top 10 of the safest countries in Europe.
A member of the European Union since 2004, Malta is an independent republic enjoying political stability.
English and Maltese are the two official languages of the Islands and are spoken fluently all over the Islands. Italian is also widely spoken throughout the Maltese Islands.
The island boasts a high standard of hospital and medical services, both private and public.
A relatively low cost of living and taxation when compared to other countries in the EU.
The Maltese Islands have a spectacular and diverse array of historical buildings, sites and museums including some of the oldest man-made ruins in the world!
Visit these un-spoilt islands off the coast of Malta with their crystal clear waters, caves and charming architecture.