When to go?
When an island offers more than 300 days of sunshine per year, is there ever a bad time to go? Malta, one of the most desirable Mediterranean islands, lies just off the coast of Sicily. It is a hotbed of activity from June to August as Europeans flock to these sandy shores. The island has a dry climate but after a few days of rain from December to February, the countryside becomes lush and green. Wildflowers also bloom in the springtime and ocean waters become warmer from May. In May, you can also enjoy a cultural experience of note. The city of Medina transports you back in time with re-enactments portraying the city as it was more than 500 years ago during the Medieval Mdina Festival. The Isle of MTV festival in the summer is also a must for those looking to indulge in the best nightlife spectacle in Europe. The local villages also host festi in April and May. These festivals will give insight into you the jovial and pleasant nature of the Maltese culture.
Do & See: What to Expect in Malta
Malta, an island in the heart of the Mediterranean, is a true gem of the region and offers year-round sunshine and splendour. Although modest in size, this island is filled to the brim with spectacular scenery, warm hospitality, and extensive history. No less than twelve beaches on Malta have been crowned with Blue Flag status guaranteeing your time on the coast will be nothing short of luxurious. There are three UNESCO world heritage sites on this tiny island and you can explore ruins, museums, temples, and vineyards all in one day thanks to its convenient size
Paceville’s throbbing heartbeat can be felt as the sun sets over the ocean and bright light illuminate the streets. There is also an abundance of high-end living and dining on offer for those who enjoy a slower pace of life. Malta bears the all makings of a perfect holiday destination: a wealth of entertainment, supreme cuisine, immaculate weather, and remarkable beaches.