Although Malta is a small country it has had an important place in the history of the Mediterranean sea throughout history. From the Phoenicians to British control, nations fought over the Maltese islands before the country finally gained its independence became a flourishing travel destination. Its great weather, rich culture and excellent beaches attract visitors from all over the world. Malta is a mixture of resorts, unspoiled landscape and unique identity.
Malta consists of three inhabited islands - Malta, Gozo, and Comin featuring many inlets and beaches where such activities are fun ti do: canoeing and sailing as well as fishing. Beaches come in all shapes and sizes on Malta.
There is something for everyone to do on these islands: for instance sailing has a proud place in history of Malta. With clean winds from any direction, boat charters are a great way to explore the the many inlets and rugged coastline. It's obvious to see how beautiful the Maltese coast is beautiful.
Divers also love the country with its great choice of reef, wall, cave and wreck dives. Average summer water temperatures of 27 degrees and 15 degrees in the winter all suggest diving in Malta can be enjoyed all year round not to mention the average weather in Malta.
One of the islands, Comino is a spectacular and tranquil location an ideal swimming location. With little in the way of trains or buses, a popular and fun way to get around Comino is to cycle.
Across main island of Malta, there is a fantastic range of sandy beaches such as Ghajn Tuffieha beach. The bay is almost completely unspoiled with a great range of water sports activities.
Getting to the country and finding accommodation in Malta is quite easy. There are plenty of Malta flights from various airports. There's perhaps no better of enjoying Malta than hiring private apartments in Malta and to live like natives on this very charming and friendly island. Malta holidays are growing as more people discover this charming country of the Mediterranean.