Malta is uniquely situated right in the heart of the Mediterranean. It is the largest of the three islands which make up the Maltese Archipelago.
Located directly south of Sicily and north of Libya, Malta is one of the smallest independent countries in the world with a total area of just 95 square miles. Its population is approximately 400,000 with an average of 1.2m tourists visiting each year.
Tourists flock to Malta for its glorious weather, expansive beaches, thriving nightlife and 7,000 years of fascinating history, there is a great deal to see and do. The many relationships the islands have had with the various nationalities that occupied them over the centuries have created a charming culture which helps to make it so delightfully unique.
There is certainly no lack of things to do during your holiday in Malta! The island enjoys a vibrant culture, interesting traditions, a rich history, plenty of suns, clean waters, idyllic beaches, superb night spots and delicious cuisine. For more information about what to do during your stay, click here.