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Malta is an island nation in the Mediterranean Sea that lies south of the island of Sicily. Although, an archipelago only the three largest islands of Malta are inhabited.
Malta has a long and rich history, and this is reflected in the island's cultural attractions. The Phoenicians, the Carthaginians, the Romans and the Byzantines have all occupied Malta at some point in time, leaving a mix of many different architectural styles and artefacts to explore.
You can enjoy a variety of aquatic activities on the island, including but not limited to snorkelling and sailing. The Mediterranean surrounding Malta is popular for diving, serving all grades of divers - shallow dips may be attractive to beginners, more experienced divers can dive deeper to find historical artefacts from World War II or earlier.

The official languages are Maltese and English, and due to the proximity to the coast, Italian. It is widely understood and spoken as well. Malta’s sole currency is the Euro.
One of the excellent things about Malta is that the climate is generally terrific since it does not suffer from extreme temperatures. It usually is pleasantly warm because the sea breeze helps prevent the heat from becoming too stifling.

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