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Discover Malta!

A Mediterranean climate and a long, colourful history are not the only things Malta has to offer. The Southern European island nation in the Mediterranean is a member of the EU and has around 400,000 inhabitants.

Living and Lifestyle

Maltese and English are both official languages in Malta, which makes conversing with the locals quite easy. Due to the close proximity to Italy, many locals also speak fluent Italian. Those who are adverse to wintery weather will quickly learn to appreciate the climate in Malta. The sub-tropical Mediterranean climate found in Malta is characterised by mild, wet winters and warm, but not overly hot summers and boasts around 300 days of sunshine a year.

Arts and Culture

Many historical buildings, including around 350 churches and impressive temple complexes dot the island nation comprised of three islands. The baroque capital city of Valletta offers many diverse sights and is a must see on foot or by harbour tour. And within easy reach, the Sicilian coast of Italy is also a perfect destination for day trips.

Recreation and Entertainment

Malta is a particularly attractive location for many sporting activities. Swimming and diving is well catered for throughout and the islands are perfect for exploring on bikes. If you feel like simply relaxing and sticking your feet in the sand after work, just visit one of the many swimming beaches. Keen golfers are also well catered for in the vicinity of Valletta. A great entertainment program is maintained throughout the entire year on the Maltese islands, thanks to the Karneval festival, traditional summer festivals and large concert events hosting famous musicians cater for a wide range of tastes. The nightlife on Malta is also in full swing, backed by lively discos, clubs and bars.