WHY DO WE LOVE MALTA SO MUCH ?


2018-05-02

WHY DO WE LOVE MALTA SO MUCH ?


Some facts

Malta: A Beautiful, Crazy, incredible, Vibrant Island

 

Between Sicily and the North African coast, the tiny Mediterranean nation of Malta is one of best beach destinations in Europe.

We love its Mediterranean climate, but also its rich historical heritage, as its beautiful landscapes.

But it is not all…

Malta is home to the oldest manmade standing structures in the world, has had an incredible history and displays it proudly in all its walled cities and ancient ruins. Where else can you explore temples that are 1,000 years older than the pyramids of Giza?

 

Cool facts about Malta

Weather in Malta

Long hot summers and short, mild, sunny winters.

Summer in Malta is hot, very hot. While summer days range from the low 28 to 34 °C (82 to 93 °F) during the day and 19 to 24 °C (66 to 75 °F) at night. So don’t forget your bikini!

Hot season starts in April to October and it rarely rains. The hottest months are June to September during which time the weather is very stable.

During winter the temperatures average lows of 13°C and highs of 16°C. When the sun was shining, it was very hot, and on cloudy days we needed a light sweater or wind breaker.

 

Language

The national languages in Malta are jointly English and Maltese (a strange mixed of English, Arabic, Italian and French).

Malta is the right place if you want to learn English or improve your English skills.

 

Architecture

Oh my God! If you love architecture, Malta will make you lose your mind! Parts of Malta look like they could be in the Middle East or North Africa, but parts of Malta look like Europe or even South America.

Maltese architecture is and has been influenced by various Mediterranean cultures as well as the British culture. The present Maltese architecture is now a combination of style, from the Siculo-Norman designs of the Italians, to the Renaissance and Baroque towns and villages of Malta's Golden age.

Malta holds also numerous ancient temples built during the Neolithic period, which are a thousand of years old, classifying the temples, among the oldest manmade structures on earth.

Malta is a treat for the eyes! There are plenty of things to see!

 

Natural beauty

Malta is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

The natural environment of the Maltese Islands differs from the other European countries. Whereas most of them are rich in features such as mountains, forests, rivers or lakes, one will hardly find here. On the other hand, the islands’ landscape is dominated by cliffs, valleys, fields, rocks, beaches and bays.

So, if you’re looking for things to do in Malta one of the must see is a natural duo of spectacular phenomena – the Azure Window and Inland Sea. They can be found in the same location and are spread over a space of a few meters from each other. It is really easy to go to these places, the ferry to Gozo only cost 5€. 

 

 

Between Sicily and the North African coast, the tiny Mediterranean nation of Malta is one of best beach destinations in Europe. We love its Mediterranean climate, but also its rich historical.