Malta is a small but infinitely fascinating archipelago located in the southern Mediterranean, within close proximity to Sicily and Tunisia. Given Malta’s geographical location and history dating back thousands of years, Malta’s culture, architecture and cuisine have been influenced and intricately formed over the course of millennia to create a densely packed treasure trove of an island. Despite its size you are guaranteed to experience diversity throughout. Regardless of which region you decide to stay in, the whole island of Malta is easily and quickly accessible, allowing visitors to experience all of the very best that the country has to offer, from the history and grandeur of the capital city of Valletta, the world famous scuba diving in Cirkewwa, the sandy beaches of Mellieha and Golden Bay and the rustic landscapes of Gozo. Malta benefits from the highest year round average temperature in Europe, making this an ideal destination for your summer holidays and winter-sun breaks.