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Malta abundant history blends with modern lifestyle

Set in the centre of the sun soaked Mediterranean and only 17 miles by 9 you are never far from the beach or the crystal clear waters surrounding this former British Colony. English is spoken almost everywhere and the welcome and hospitality to visitors is warm and genuine.

Malta is the largest island of the three islands in the archipelago and the cultural, commercial and administrative centre. Gozo is the second largest island and is more rural, characterised by fishing, tourism, crafts and agriculture while Comino is largely uninhabited. With an average 10 hours of sunshine a day in the summer (and six in the winter) and with its historical links to the UK it is a popular destination year round.
The good range of sandy and rocky beaches, a thriving nightlife and 7,000 years of intriguing history mean that it appeals to all age groups. Traditionally in the past many thought it only suitable for the more mature in years, but today with modern hotels and a range of activities Malta is attracting families and friends of all age groups. There is a great deal to see and do some of which we list on our “What to do page” above plus we will as always supply you with a travel guide before you go and our local representative is an excellent source of information and assistance. Malta has been occupied by many nationalities during its long history and the influences of these are evident everywhere from the architecture, the traditions through to the cuisine, though much of the dining is also influenced by the islands proximity to Sicily. All of this gives Malta an interesting and eclectic atmosphere.

As part of the EEC Malta now uses the Euro for its currency, and electrical plugs are the same as in the UK, oh yes, and they drive on the left!

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