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Malta is a beautiful archipelago situated in the central Mediterranean, consisting of Malta, Gozo, and Comino. Malta is the largest island and cultural centre offering stunning beaches, vibrant harbour towns, centuries-old landmarks, and a thriving night life, not to mention a calendar filled with colourful cultural festivals.

The food and wine in Malta is especially appealing; Maltese cuisine offers French, Italian, and Spanish influences, and the country’s wineries produce top-class local wines made with gellewza grapes. Malta and its islands offer 7,000 years of history with so many incredible sights that it’s widely considered as an open-air museum, from baroque churches to ancient towers and chapels.

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Pergola Hotel & Spa

Adenau Street, MLH2014, Il-Mellieha, Malta

Bed and Breakfast 2 Nights
From £269 per person View Offer

Currency: You’ll be spending Euros. 

Language: Maltese and English are the official languages of Malta. Italian is also a widely spoken language. 

Local Time: 1 hour ahead of GMT.  

Flight Time from the UK: Approximately 3 hours 10 minutes from London, and 3 hours 25 minutes from Manchester.  

Tourist Information: Visit the official Malta tourist information site for lots of helpful information regarding upcoming events, where to go, what to do, and how to get around. 

Health/Travel Restrictions: To travel to Malta, British citizens need a valid passport. A visa is not required. For up-to-date travel advice and health recommendations visit the government’s travel advice for Malta. 

Other FAQs:

Q.1. Where is Malta located?

Malta is situated in the Mediterranean Sea, South of the Italian island of Sicily.  

Q.2. How many islands are in Malta?

Malta is an archipelago comprising three islands: Gozo, Comino, and Malta, which is the largest.  

Q.3. When is the best time to visit Malta?

Malta offers pleasant weather all year round, so technically there’s no bad time to visit, however we recommend travelling here between April-June, before the weather becomes too hot and when the wildflowers and countryside are in bloom. For beach lovers, mid-summer in July is a great time to visit with daytime temperatures averaging around 30 degrees Celsius.  

Q.4. Is it customary to tip in Malta?

In Malta, tipping is customary, and a 5-10% gratuity is generally the norm, unless a service charge is already included on the bill.  

Spend a Day in Valletta 
Malta's capital city, Valletta, is a UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for its stunning architecture, including the Grandmaster's Palace, St. John's Co-Cathedral, and Upper Barrakka Gardens. 

Marvel at the Megalithic Temples 
Malta is home to some of the oldest freestanding structures in the world, the Megalithic Temples. These ancient sites, such as Hagar Qim and Mnajdra, offer a fascinating glimpse into Malta's prehistoric past. 

Relax on the Beaches 
Malta boasts numerous beautiful beaches, including Golden Bay, Mellieha Bay, and Ramla Bay. Whether you prefer sandy shores or rocky coves, there's a beach for everyone to enjoy. 

Explore Mdina 
Mdina is a medieval walled city with narrow streets, historic palaces, and breathtaking views. Don't miss the Mdina Cathedral and the Mdina Dungeons for a glimpse into Malta's history. 

Discover the Blue Grotto 
Take a boat trip to the Blue Grotto, a series of sea caves on the southern coast of Malta. The crystal-clear waters and dramatic rock formations make it a must-see attraction. 

Take a Boat Trip to Comino 
Visit the tiny island of Comino, located between Malta and Gozo, for a day of relaxation and exploration. Don't miss the stunning Blue Lagoon, famous for its azure waters and white sandy beaches. 

Visit Gozo 
Take a ferry to Malta's sister island, Gozo, and explore its picturesque villages, historic sites, and stunning coastline. 

Malta offers a classic Mediterranean climate with around 12 hours of daily sunshine to enjoy in the hot summer months. Spring and autumn are cooler yet still pleasant, and winters are mild with low annual rainfall. This means that Malta and its beaches can typically be enjoyed all year round, with an average annual temperature of around 23 degrees Celsius during the day.  

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