Travel agents & Tickets Malta

Air Malta

Captain Morgan Cruises

Costa Cruises

De Jong Intra Holidays



Hotels/ Bed & Breakfast Malta

British Hotel, Valetta

Comino Hotel & Bungalows

Cornucopia Hotel Gozo

Duncan, Marsaxlokk

HI Hostels

Kempinsky Hotels

Paradise Bay Resort Hotel

Villas & Apartments Malta

Gozo Villa & Farmhouse Rentals

Holiday Malta

Malta Fusion Holidays

Shamrock Apartments

Simon's Apartments, Sliema


General Information Malta

CIA Factbook Malta

Flag Malta

Government Malta

Malta Animal Hospital

Malta Post

Malta Travel Forum

Map Malta

Map Malta

The Weather Malta

Visit Malta

What to see Malta

Casa Rocca Piccola

Flora & Fauna Malta

Fort Rinella

Hagar Qim Temples

Hal Saflieni Hypogeum


St. John's Co-Cathedral Museum

Ta' Pinu

The Malta Experience

The Three Cities

Tieqa tad-Dwejra

Xlendi Tower

Farmhouses Malta/ Gozo

Old Farmhouse Gozo

Pergola Farmhouses Gozo

Ta' Leli Farmhouse

Camping sites Malta

Ghajn Tuffieha Campsit

Camping at Malta

Malta Campsite

Mellieha Campsite

Restaurants/ Culinary Malta

GrapeVine, Bugibba



Malta Restaurants

Maltese kitchen

Meridiana Wines

Ta Pawlu, Mgarr

The Avenue

Events/ Going out Malta

Carnival Gozo

Events Calender Malta

Hard Rock Cafe Malta

La Grotta Leisure, Gozo

Malta Fireworks Festival

Manoel Theater


Theatre Masquerade

History/ Culture Malta

Council for Culture & The arts

Heritage Malta

Knights of Malta

Malta And Worldwar Two

Prehistoric Temples Malta

The Maltese Cross

Royal British Legion

Pictures/ Travelstories/ Blogs

Baardwijk's Worldview

Esland with a history

Jos Saris' Fotoblog

Malta & Gozo

More or less Malta

Pictures of Malta

Gozo Malta

Azure Window

Calypso Grot

The Citadel


Megalithic Temples Ggantija




Comino Malta

Blue Lagoon

Comino Paradise

Comino Wiki

Ebsons Comino Ferries

Valetta Malta

Casa Rocca Piccola

City of Valetta

Grandmaster's Palace

St. James Cavalier Centre

The Auberge d'Italie

Valetta UNESCO

Valetta Waterfront

Other places Malta







St. Julians


Language/ Education Malta

Agius De Soldanis

Alpha School of English


Maltese Grammar

University Malta

University Language School

Transport Malta

Gozo Channel

Malta International Airport

Public Transport

Percius car rental

Taxi Malta

Virtu Ferries

Diving Malta

Diving Malta

Diving spots Gozo

Kalkara Reef

Moby Dives

Subway Diving Centre

Um El Faroud

Shopping Malta

Arkadia Commercial Centre


Markets of Malta

Plaza Shopping

Savoy Valetta

The Point Shopping Mall

Sports/ Activities Malta

Cycling at Gozo

Malta Volleyball

Royal Malta Golf Club

S.K. Victoria Wanderers

Valetta FC

Religion Malta

Archdiocese Malta

Jewish Community of Malta

Malteser International

St. George Basilica

St John's Co-Cathedral

Ta'Pinu, pilgrimage Gozo

Business Malta

Bureau for the Statistics

Business Malta

Central Bank Malta

International Business

Malta Post

Virtual Assistant

Health care Malta

Mater Dei Hospital

Medical Facilities Gozo

Real Estate Malta

Farmhouse for sale

Simon Estates

Jobs/ Internships Malta

Internships Malta

Working abroad

Travel Planner Malta A-Z


Malta has an area of 316 km ².

Beaches of Malta

On the whole northern part of Malta, Valetta to Melieha, there are coves to enjoy a swim. The best beach in this area is Melieha Bay. Due to the calm waters, it is also suitable for children. On the eastern most tip of Malta is a cove with the name Peter's Pool. To the west lies the beautiful Golden Bay. Comino's Blue Lagoon is one of the most beautiful spots of the Mediterranean and is perfect for a day at the beach.

Border formalities Malta

For Malta you need a valid passport or an ID card that is still valid after leaving Malta.

Capital of Malta

The capital of Malta is Valetta.


The Dutch registration certificate is recognized in Malta. A GB sticker is not required. The country code in the license plate is sufficient.

Climate/ Weather Malta

Malta has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers the temperature in summer can reach 35 degrees. But the warm wind from Africa Sirocco can sometimes give very high temperatures. Winters are mild. During this period, most rain is falling.

Culinary Malta

The dishes of the Maltese cuisine are much like those of the Sicilian cuisine. Also there are many seafood dishes. Malta has very high quality wines. The national drink is called Kinnie. Furthermore there is a cactus liquor; Bajtra.

Culture of Malta

Malta has an interesting history, there are beautiful relics to see, such as the megalithic temples. Furthermore, Malta has several museums and cultural events.

Economy Malta

The main branch of the economy is tourism, more than 30% of the people work in tourism. Malta has major ports and shipyards. A quarter of the GDP comes from the clothing, food and metal industries. Agricultural production is insufficient for their own consumption. Corn, potatoes, vegetables, grapes, citrus fruits and figs are grown largely through artificial irrigation.


The voltage in Malta is 230 V.

Fauna Malta

Malta is among birders known as a resting place for migratory birds on their way to and from Africa.

Flora Malta

In winter there are many lemons and oranges hanging on the trees. Gozo is smaller and greener than Malta.

General Travelinformation Malta

Malta is the main island of the Maltese archipelago, which also consists of Gozo, Comino, Manoel Island and the uninhabited rocks Cominotto, Filfla, Fungus Rock and the Saint Paul's Islands.

Geography of Malta

Malta is about one and a half times the size of Texel. Malta is pretty bare and rocky with relatively little natural vegetation. Characteristic are dozens of bays and coves. Comino has a beautiful blue lagoon. The south side of Malta and Gozo consist of steep cliffs and deep caves. The most famous cave of Malta is the Blue Grotto. The most spectacular rock formation, "The Blue Window", lies on Gozo.

Government Malta

Malta is a republic; Repubblika ta 'Malta. Malta is a member of the EU since 2004. Since 1994, Malta is divided into 68 districts. The districts are the only level of government, in addition to the management at national level. Malta is a parliamentary republic, headed by the Prime Minister, who is also head of government.

Health care Malta

Health care in Malta is at a high level. There are no vaccinations required for Malta.

Internet Malta

Broadband Internet is widely available in Malta. Many hotels, restaurants and bars offer free internet (often wireless) for their guests.

Inhabitants of Malta

Malta has about 420,000 inhabitants, making it one of the most densely populated lands in the world.

Language Malta

The two official languages ​​in Malta are Maltese and English. Maltese is a Semitic language like Arabic and Hebrew. The language would come from the Phoenicians. Maltese is the only Semitic language written in Latin characters. The Maltese alphabet has 29 letters.


In Malta they use the euro.

National Anthem of Malta

L-Innu Malti is the anthem of Malta. In 1945 this song was officially established as a national anthem. It was originally a school hymn.

National Day Malta

On 21 September Malta celebrates the national holiday: Independence Day.

Post Malta

Stamps (stamps, bolol) are in Malta available at post offices, hotels and souvenir shops.

Public Transport Malta

The bus network in both Malta and Gozo is extensive and reasonably efficient. In order to travel between Gozo and Malta you should take the ferry between Cirkewwa in Malta and Mgarr in Gozo. These ferries are going 24 hours a day. The crossing takes about 20 to 25 minutes and is provided by Gozo Channel Line.

Religion Malta

Catholicism is the state religion of Malta, 98% of the population is Catholic. Malta has religious freedom.

Safety Malta

The national emergency number in Malta is 112.

Telephony Malta

The country code for Malta is +356.


Service is usually included at the hotel or restaurant bill. For a good service, you can leave small change.

Traffic Malta

The maximum speed outside built-up areas is 80 km / h.

Working Malta

EU nationals do not need a work permit for Malta. A residence permit for a stay of longer than three months is still required. EU nationals must apply for an EU residence card report at the police station in the place where they live or work.


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