I think, spring or fall are the best periods to visit Malta.
Summer may be too hot and too crowded, however, it still can be very pleasant.
I was in Malta in winter, in February. A few Maltese people said that it’s usually colder in February, so I guess, I was lucky with the weather. However, there were some cloudy moments. In general, there is much more rain in winter, but during my trip, it wasn’t raining at all.
Malta is a popular tourist destination, I think, it’s even getting more and more popular.
But is Malta worth visiting?
-Absolutely, it is!
What’s so special about Malta?
-Megalithic temples are the most interesting sites of Malta! They are considered as one of the oldest free-standing structures in the world.
Malta is a nice place for holidays, especially during the shoulder or low season, then you can enjoy everything without crowds.
It’s always nice to meet cute creatures on your way, especially while traveling. Then, the given place stays in our minds as e.g., “a place of hummingbirds”, etc. In Malta, I met some nice cats, one of them is shown in today’s picture. 🙂
Comino Island (Kemmuna, Ephaestia) is the smallest from the three Malta’s inhabited islands. It’s called as an inhabited island, however there are only a few people living there! What’s interesting, there is even a hotel in Comino Island, so you can stay overnight.
I haven’t been to Comino Island during my trip to Malta, maybe one day…
Have you been there?
Gozo Island (Għawdex, Gaulos) is one of the three Malta’s inhabited islands.
It’s about 4 times smaller than Malta Islands. It’s also calmer, less touristic and less developed than Malta Island; well, it’s just different!
Many people go to Gozo Island by their own boat, or by boat from Malta Island.
Malta Island is the largest of Malta’s three islands.
It’s the most populous. The capital of Malta is located here, as well the international airport.
So, it’s more touristic than other Maltese islands, but definitely it’s worth visiting!
The Republic of Malta is an archipelago; actually, it’s one of the smallest archipelagos in the world.
Only the three largest Maltese islands are inhabited, i.e., Malta Island, Gozo Island and Comino Island.