Art, culture and crystal clear water atthe heart of the Mediterranean.

Located at the heart of the Mediterranean, the Maltese Archipelago is part of the triangle of Mediterranean islands between the Italian coast and the African one, together with Pantelleria and Lampedusa.
It is composed by the islands of Malta, Gozo, Comino and other smaller islands.

Malta was home to different European, North African and Middle Eastern cultures that, together with other ancient civilizations, have contributed to the creation of a vast historic and cultural heritage.
Thanks to their position, these islands have been at the crossroads of several shipping routes and sailors, adventurers and invaders made it one of the greatest and yet undiscovered secrets of the Mediterranean.

The coasts are generally high and rocky and they alternate with spectacular beaches with white sand, crystal clear water and natural caves.

The Maltese islands are rich in vegetation, bright colours of citrus trees and scents of thyme, rosemary and lavender that fill the green paths of their inland area.

Also, these islands offer architectural and artistic masterpieces as well as a wonderful sea and an intense nightlife.

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