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The Maltese archipelago, located to the south of Sicily and to the north of Africa, is a pearl in the center of the Mediterranean. From this magnificent gathering of islands, only three are thought to be inhabited: Malta, Gozo and Comino. Malta is the largest island in the archipelago and its cultural heart. These islands offer a wide choice of modern marinas and many amazing anchor holds for private yachts,. It is an ideal place for starting out for the Ionian Islands.

Local Culture

Maltese culture is a melting pot of the influence of exterior cultures and countries from the last 7,000 years. The remnants of Malta’s extraordinary past are visible in its pre-historic ruins, beautiful Baroque architecture and magnificent cathedrals.
Malta’s capital, Valetta, is one of the most picturesque in Europe. Malta is a country filled with a unique charm and magic. It offers many stores, bars and restaurants. A former British colony, Malta still houses British pubs and phone booths, and English still remains the official language, along with Maltese and Italian.

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The Savoury Maltese cuisine has been strongly influenced by English and Sicilian culture. Here, you can enjoy distinguished haute-cuisine dishes, delicious street food and simple meals in enchanting taverns. You can feel the spirit of Italy in Malta’s appreciation for leisurely meals.