Weekly Newsletter – 100 Days of Summer


newsletter (1)If what you have in mind is to spend long lazy days sunbathing, enjoy barbeques in the evening, make the most of summer sports and/or – attend one of Malta’s famed village feasts’ with the locals, then you will undoubtedly fall in love with Malta. There is always something happening on the islands, so there is no chance of getting bored or having too much time on your hands.

Strategically located in the heart of the Mediterranean, the islands of Malta, Gozo & Comino have been popular for a long time as a holiday destination enjoying the Mediterranean climate with hot and sunny summers and mild winters. Rain is a rarity with over 3000 hours of sunshine per year. In summer expect jazz festivals, beer festivals, music festivals and much more.

Not only do the Maltese celebrate just about anything but we also take part in as a personal challenge to take full advantage of the summer days. The hot months open up the festa season with a series of events starting at the end of May going all the way through September.

There is hardly a weekend that goes by without a village or town celebrating its patron saint. You will also get the opportunity to taste our Maltese delicacy that is craved for locals and foreigners alike – The Nougat.

If you enjoy the simpler things in life, all you need for your holiday trip is beachwear and a towel and you are all set to get out there and enjoy a -wonderful day at the beach. Ghadira Bay, Ghajn Tuffieha, Golden Bay, Gnejna and Paradise Bay are some of the most renowned spots on the island. Enjoying romantic strolls on the beach by night, fine dining in a restaurant by the sea, scuba diving or boating, in summer the opportunities are infinite! Come see for yourself.