Malta, an archipelago located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea some 93 km
south of Sicily.
Of the various islands, only Malta, Gozo and Comino are inhabited.
Numerous bays along the rocky coastline of the islands provide beaches with clear blue waters and amazing sceneries.
The local climate is a Mediterranean temperate one, with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers.
Effectively there are only two
seasons, which makes the islands attractive for tourists.
There are no biting winds, fog, snow and frost, while Rain falls for only
short periods, averaging about 578 mm in a whole year.
The temperature averages 14 °C in winter and 32 °C in summer with
the sun shining for an average of 6,46 hrs and 10,11 hrs respectively.
On the following pages you will find various articles on topics that vary from the Maltese history to culture and places of interests of
Among this, a photo gallery
containing photos of the island's sceneries is available to help you have a more realistic idea
of what Malta looks like.
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