Welcome to Malta

Malta an archipelago (Malta, Gozo, and Comino) in the central Mediterranean between Sicily and the North African coast. Malta's sun drenched palm-tree landscape is adorned with picturesque villages the capital city Valletta is the European Capital of Culture for 2018.

With an abundance of cultural diversity and contradiction, Malta has an enviable sunny climate eleven months of the year; Malta boasts a heritage and rich history dating back almost 7,000 years. Malta has been awarded 9 UNESCO Heritage Sites with Megalithic temples considered to be the oldest free-standing structures on Earth, even older than Egypt’s primordial pyramids and yet Malta is also considered to be one of the hottest nightlife and sailing destinations in Europe, consecutively being host to several MTV Music Summer festivals.

Malta Arts Festival and Malta Jazz Festival scheduled throughout the summer months enriched also with a sequence of art festivals. During the summer months, The Traditional Malta ‘Festa’ a celebration to the village Patron Saint provides a street party in almost every village with spectacular fireworks, parades, and an abundance of Maltese traditional food.

Malta beaches with golden sand, red sand or rocks great for windsurfers and sunbathers alike. Found in Comino the Blue Lagoon is wonderfully captivating with crystal-clear turquoise waters. This unrestrained lagoon is calm, and the shallow and a very popular destination for boating enthusiast.