West Mediterranean Destinations – Malta

Monday, 21 December 2015

20150525-mediterraneanmap2Sun, sea and culture: the most efficient elements which attract great flows of international tourists. With no doubts the Mediterranean area has a maternal and generous nature from which traditions and really inimitable lifestyles are generated. Western history homeland, the Mediterranean sea is still today the core of civil discussions in order to improve and to change people destiny. The sea is really wider than its coasts: it attracts everything around giving birth to an enormous continent that unites Europe, Asia and Africa. A land where everything was premature so men created, also fighting, their shared history scenery. Here society determing exchanges happened and will happen. In this special issue we will talk about the Mediterranean destinations, about its beauty and its safety too.
We will study the Countries where we have added availabilities, focusing in particular on the Mediterranean Western area. Malta, Spain, Italy, Tunisia and Morocco: a leap in different Countries which share their sea exotic heat.

Old and modern history homeland, the Mediterranean sea and its people still have an exotic and mysterious charm that is not able to slow down the primordial instinct to live freely. Here below a summary to arrange your offers.


Malta

Malta or Calipsee Islands archipelago is made of Malta and Gozo Islands, Comino Islet and other minor cliffs. The coasts are high and rocky in general and they alternate to extraordinary sandy beaches characterized by clear waters, inlets and natural caverns. Because of the thick vegetation typical of the Mediterranean scrub, in all islands tourists can enjoy thyme, rosemary, lavender and mint scents walking along many paths of the small woods. Valletta is the archipelago oldest and most vivid area, rich of Roman age archeology and architecture. St. Julian is the most society area where clubs movida is active until the sunrise.
Travel styles: sea, excursions, nightlife
Weather
Malta weather is tipically Mediterranean with temperate and rainy winters and hot and sunny summers. Sea temperatures varies from 21°C in June to 26°C in August. Sometimes Maltese archipelago is conditioned by Sirocco, an hot and dry wind from Sahara, often accompanied by dust and sand. During the summer there could be the African anticyclone which holds sun and great heat (until 37/40°C).
Best period: April – October
For beach holidays it is suggested the summer period from June to September. The best months to visit the typical villages and archipelago harbours are April, May and the first half of October.
Safety: green light
Currently Malta safety conditions are tranquil without particular or immediate risks for those who want to visit this Country. See more information on your governative website.

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