Silema, A Friendly Town

Sliema is a small Maltese town on the east coast of the island. Once a quiet fishing village, Sliema has become a popular destination. The waterfront features a long promenade, ideal for strolls and visiting the open air restaurants and cafes.

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Best time to visit

Malta has a beautiful Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild winters. The best time to visit Malta is early fall as it is less busy and the weather is still very nice. However, its capital Valletta has been voted one of the sunniest cities in Europe making it the perfect all year round destination.

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History

Malta has a long and colourful history. Its first inhabitants were farmers that lived on the island around 5900 BC. The Maltese Islands went through a golden Neolithic period, the remains of which include the mysterious temples dedicated to the goddess of fertility. Later on, the Phoenicians, the Carthaginians, the Romans and the Byzantines, all left their traces.

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Experience

Malta's historic legacy, unique in the Mediterranean, is reflected in the country’s national architecture and collections. However, the Maltese Islands also offer an exhilarating contrast of colours, tastes and experiences.

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Hospitals & Health Centres

Medical care in Malta is excellent and available through both public and private hospitals. Hospitals that operate an emergency department in Malta are the Mater Dei Hospital (public), St James Hospital (private), and Gozo General Hospital. However, there are also several health centres, some of which are open for emergencies 24/7.

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Ideal for

Malta is a destination that has something for everyone. Whether you are looking for moments of peace and tranquility or for an adventurous Mediterranean escape, it is the perfect destination for you! Furthermore, Malta is one of the most accessible islands in the region.

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Nearby

The Maltese archipelago consists of three islands; Malta, the largest of all islands also being the cultural, commercial and administrative centre, Gozo, the second largest island that is more rural, and Comino, the smallest island that although uninhabited it is known for its Blue Lagoon, only a short boat trip away.

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Sightseeing

Malta has a lot to see and do! The three most significant sites one must definitely visit whilst in Malta, also inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List are the City of Valletta, the Megalithic Temples and the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum.

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Travel Information

Malta is a few hours away from most European cities. Its national airline, Air Malta, operates flights to and from all major airports in Europe, N Africa and the Middle East but other legacy airlines and low-cost carriers also operate regularly to and from Malta. Malta can also be reached by cruise or scheduled ferry direct from several Mediterranean ports.

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Malta's beautiful villages are full of character and authenticity.
 
The historical capital of Malta is Valletta, a walled city established in the 1500s filled with history and charm.
 
Malta is known for its stunning architecture and history.

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