Top 7 Reasons to visit Malta
- The weather
Over a million tourists visit the Maltese islands, due to magnificent weather.
Summer weather is great for those looking for a beach and sun holiday and winters are mild, with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 22°C including an amount of daily sunshine hours for those looking to escape the dark, sub-zero winter months back home.
- Vibrant Nightlife
Malta offers a lively nightlife, which has attracted some of the biggest names in the international club scene, such as Tiësto, Paul van Dyk, Ferry Corsten and Carl Cox. Open-air clubs are a unique experience, such clubs are immensely popular among both locals and foreigners.
- Malta’s Beautiful Beaches
The crucial factor for sun seekers is the potential for a relaxed summer beach life. Some of Malta’s best beaches are located along the Northern and Western shorelines of the island, most notably Mellieha Bay (the island’s largest beach), Golden Bay and Ghajn Tuffieha Bay.
On the other hand, If you’re looking for quiet and smaller beaches with beautiful surroundings Malta and sister island Gozo offer great options, some of which aren’t easy to find and therefore less likely to attract the masses. You can spot these beaches just by getting in touch with us.
English is Malta’s second official language, which obviously is a huge help and takes away the language barrier that many guests to other holiday destinations face time and again.
Malta was part of the British empire for around 160 years (gaining independence in 1964), which shaped the country and its inhabitants, most of whom now have a good command of the English language.
For English-speaking tourists this means that communication forms little or no problem, which is an important benefit. Maltese, however, is still the country’s primary language spoken by the vast majority of the Maltese population.
You can also communicate easily in Italian, French and German.
- Swimming At The Blue Lagoon
Take a boat trip to The Blue Lagoon. This marvellous location is situated between the small islands of Comino. Famous for its stunningly clear azure waters and white sand, it is the perfect place to enjoy a small part of the Mediterranean Sea, which is close to perfection. A perfect place for swimming and snorkeling, the island of Comino is a peaceful place to relax and take in the surroundings.
A short boat trip will take you from Malta to the sister island: Gozo: This is more rural, rustic and scenic Island than Malta which is a perfect location for a day trip. Stroll around the Island to experience a day full of Maltese culture around every corner.
- Best Sunsets
Malta is the perfect location to experience the most beautiful sunset you’ve ever seen. Talk to us and we can advice best locations where you can have such an experience.