Sailing holidays in Malta

Situated in the centre of the Mediterranean, the archipelago of Malta, together with the islands of Pantelleria and Lampedusa, form the triangle of Mediterranean islands between the Italian coast and Tunisia.
It is composed of the islands of Malta, Gozo, the island of Comino and a number of smaller uninhabited islands.

Malta has been home to many different cultures from Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, all of which have contributed, along with the ancient Neolithic civilization that preceded them, to a vast historical and cultural heritage.
Due to their location, these islands have in the past been a crossroads for several shipping routes, sailors, invaders and adventurers. Nowadays however they are one of the last secrets of the Mediterranean yet to be discovered.

The coasts are generally high and rocky and interspersed with spectacular sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, deep bays and natural caves.

The islands of Malta are immersed in thick vegetation typical of the Mediterranean and the vivid colours of the lemon trees and bougainvillea and the scents of thyme, rosemary, lavender and mint are a constant companion for those who explore the green interior of the islands.

Rich in architectural and artistic masterpieces combined with its sea and vibrant nightlife, Malta still offers an age-old fascination to visitors today.

These are the last sailors that have travelled in Malta.
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