Malta facts and travel tips
Why is Malta an ideal holiday destination? Some might say it is the world-famous generosity of the Maltese. Others might point to local hospitality or the overall friendliness of the nation. People here are ready and willing to give you a helping hand. The truth is that all of these are true. Because Malta is also a relatively small nation, you’ll also be able to experience everything offered to you without losing time due to extensive travel between sites.
Malta packs many historical sites onto their small archipelago. You’ll find numerous temples that date back to prehistoric times that are waiting to be explored. The cliffs are dotted with numerous fossils that will inspire the adventurer in you. Hidden coves and bays offer outdoor delights. If you love scuba diving, then you will find the sites here are some of the best the world has to offer.
The Sunday Markets
You won’t find a more invigorating experience in Malta than the activity that surrounds you during the Sunday Markets. You can find fresh seafood that was literally just taken off of the fisherman’s boat. Local wares show off the quality of the craftsmanship each community has to offer.
Battlements and Forts
Religion is very much part of the daily life of this nation, but there has also been a desire to protect the Maltese way of life over the centuries. Touring the various forts and battlements which have been constructed over the years to protect the archipelago is like taking a journey back through time. The architecture on display is just as impressive as the many natural arches you’ll find along the cliffs that guard the shoreline.
Malta is a beautiful nation which offers incredible vistas as far as the eye can see. From its lagoons and sheltered beaches to its world-famous hospitality, you will not find a better place to relax and rejuvenate from the stress which the world provides.
When are national holidays and no work days ?
See the list with the national holidays in the country.
|1 January||New Years Day|
|10 February||Feast of Saint Paul's Shipwreck|
|19 March||Feast of Saint Joseph|
|31 March||Freedom Day|
|1 May||Labour Day|
|7 June||Sette Giugno|
|29 June||Feast of Saint Peter and Saint Paul|
|15 August||Assumption of Our Lady|
|8 September||Victory Day|
|21 September||Independence Day|
|8 December||Immaculate Conception|
|13 December||Republic Day|
|25 December||Christmas Day|
See the list of the biggest and most important cities in the country, and the size of the cities by population.
Important: the informations are from various external sources. If you are using the informations professional please seek official confirmation whether the figures are actual or not.
|5||San Pawl il-Baħar||13.619|
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