Malta, Gozo, and Comino are the three islands that make up the Maltese archipelago. The waters are warm and clear: the perfect environment for diving. Malta is described as an open-air museum, where you’ll be transported back in time with Baroque palaces and Renaissance cathedrals mixed with a touch of Arab style.
The island of Malta is one of the pearls of the Mediterranean Sea. Located less than 100 kilometres from Sicily, together with Pantelleria and Lampedusa, it is part of the triangle of islands between Italy and Tunisia. This location is suitable for all types of tourism and meets the needs of both young people looking for fun, and families looking for tranquility and beautiful sea. Malta is also one of the main destinations for cruise ships and sailing yachts, motor-yachts and catamarans. But Malta has not only a wonderful sea, but also history and culture, your holiday will be a unique experience. The mild climate allows you to visit it all year round, but typically, the months of July and August are really hot, with temperatures exceeding 40 degrees.
Capital of Malta, it was the city preferred by the Knights of the Order of St. John and later the seat of the Maltese government. La Valletta is amazing owing to the fusion of the Orient and West. The atmosphere is reminiscent of Arab culture, but there are typically European elements such as the classic English telephone booths.
Malta also owns two other islands, Gozo and Comino. They are two natural paradises. The connection will be made easy with your charter yacht.
Gozo has many historical elements and is often the protagonist of local festivals. Conversely, Comino is totally uninhabited with pristine and crystalline sea.
Between Comino and Cominotto there is the Blue Lagoon, one of the main tourist attractions of the island; the small bay is in fact renowned for its transparent, deep blue water and for the rich marine fauna that makes it very popular for scuba diving.