7 REASONS TO STAY
AN ENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRY
English is the second official language in Malta, because the isle was part of the British empire for around 160 years. Furthermore, there is a lot of expatriates from different countries, so only English brings people together.
Malta is in the center of the Mediterranean and it is a part of the European state. The archipelago lies just 93 km (58 miles) south of Sicily, Italy in Southern Europe, and 300 km (186 miles) North from the North African Coast.
Flying to Malta is relatively cheap and fast, to give you an idea it is only 2h30 hours from France, 1h30 hours from Italy, 2h30 hours from Germany.
Malta: 7,000 years of history steeped in culture and heritage. There are so many areas to be explored like buildings, temples, monuments, and amazing landscapes. The arts have always played a large role in Maltese culture and continue to do so with cultural events occurring frequently.
Malta’s climate is typical of the Mediterranean and is strongly influenced by the sea. The Maltese Islands have a pleasantly sunny climate with a daily average of around 12 hours sunshine in summer going down to 5 to 6 hours in mid-winter.
Malta can be described as a very safe place to visit, especially for tourists. It is quite normal to walk the streets at any time, especially around our holiday towns.
But even though crime rates in Malta have always been low compared to other EU member states and tourist destinations.
The Maltese are very warm and welcoming people. In general, people in Malta are very sociable and close to their families. Hence, they are likely to welcome you into their homes and their lives.