Malta

Malta’s majestic, medieval architecture, combined with a fascinating Mediterranean charisma makes it an alluring holiday destination for those who want to enjoy the sun on sandy beaches and in stylish restaurants and for those who want to experience the culture of Maltese architecture.

St. Julian’s

San Giljan, or St. Julian’s, is the tourist capital of Malta, but don’t assume it will provide you with anything similar to a typical package holiday in Spain.

It does boast an abundance of hotels and apartments to choose from, as well a wide range of restaurants and bars, boutique shops and a thriving nightlife. However, the whole town is draped in culture, which you can soak up at your leisure while relaxing in the incredible Mediterranean sunshine.

Mellieha Bay

Mellieha Bay is a peaceful resort located on the north coast of Malta. It combines an old-style, traditional Maltese town, with a range of delicious restaurants and quaint shops, with a glorious sandy beach in a secluded bay.

The resort has sprung up around the beach, one of the largest in Malta, and features sparkling, clear waters that stay shallow for a fair way out, along with fantastic water sports and waterfront restaurants and bars.

Medieval architecture

A combination of Mediterranean charm with medieval architecture, Malta offer a variety of experiences to the visitor. Valletta, in particular, is one popular Malta holiday destination that’s lavishly laden with Maltese architectural delights. Rightfully bearing the title as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, it has a skyline full of impressively well-preserved buildings dating from the 16th century onwards – including fine baroque churches, theatres and museums.

Chic cafes, bars and clubs

Malta also has its fair share of modern holiday treats too, including chic cafes, bars and clubs. Paceville in St Julian’s is the island’s world-renowned party hub, brim-full of snazzy venues and fashionable crowds. If it’s beach relaxation and rest that you’re after during your holidays in Malta, choose from quaint Qawra or beautiful Bugibba. The holiday lifestyle on these two neighbouring resorts revolves around the seafront and the sun, while its lively promenades are lined with shops, bars and restaurants waiting for you to call into.

Weather

The island of Malta experiences a Mediterranean climate, characterised by hot dry summers and mild wet winters. The climate is heavily influenced by the sea.

The average temperature across the year is a very pleasant 18°C, varying from 12°C in January to 30°C in July and August. Yearly rainfall is low, at around 600mm and most of this falls during thunderstorms in late autumn and winter.

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