MT - Malta

When to go
To choose when to visit the country it is advisable to keep in mind that the Maltese climate is Mediterranean-subtropical, with very mild and rainy winters and hot and dry summers, mitigated by the sea breeze near the coast. In Malta, it is rare for large temperature fluctuations to occur and the average annual temperature is 19 ° C, among the highest in Europe. Between February and June you can find an excellent combination of good weather and low prices, however the ideal months are September and October, even if only between May and September the temperatures are such as to allow swimming in the sea.

Territories and tourist destinations
The Republic of Malta is made up of three main islands:
      Island of Malta – The largest of the three islands that make up Malta. It houses the capital and captures the vast majority of tourists.
      Comino – Small island that gives a real feeling of isolation. It largely consists of a nature reserve.
      Gozo – Known for its scenic hills and rich history.

What see:
There are many natural, archaeological and artistic beauties of the Maltese archipelago. The sea is beautiful everywhere, although the beaches are rare. Do not miss the Blue Lagoon of Comino. Caravaggio’s painting “Decollazione di San Giovanni” is visible in Valletta. A great deal of ancient palaces and churches mostly of valuable artistic value are present in almost all Maltese cities.

In Malta there are many beautiful and grandiose cathedrals, at the entrance they will provide you with some towels to better cover you. Women, by the most traditionalist custodians, can be kindly provided with a veil to cover their hair; which before the Second Vatican Council also applied regularly to Catholics, then it became “no longer obligatory”. Remember that, for the Maltese, entering a church implies the same respect as a mosque in an Islamic country.

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