Malta Flights GuideMalta brings you a plethora of history nestled in the central Mediterranean. St John's Co Cathedral, Malta at War Museum, Valleta, and Mdina Museum will all give you a lesson in history and culture. Gozo Island, Blue Lagoon, Golden Bay Beach, and the Blue Grotto are all great sites for swimming, diving, and getting spectacular views of the ocean while Popeye Village offers entertainment for kids.
The Maltese islands are small making it convenient and easy to get around. The local bus services are an easy and inexpensive way to make journeys around the tourist areas while car rentals are available for longer trips. Ferries and water taxis are also available to take you between cities in a decent amount of time.
Malta's Mediterranean climate allows for warm summers and mild winters. Summers are hot and dry with a lot of sunshine while winter is mild with the perfect beach season in October.During the peak season of June and August you can expect a lot of crowds and higher travel costs. To avoid this, travel between February and June for cheaper prices and fewer tourists in the area. May brings warm weather and quieter attractions making this a great time to travel.