The archipelago lies in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, 93 km south of Sicily and 288 km north of Africa.

The three inhabited islands Malta, Gozo and Comino fascinate with their narrow winding streets, Renaissance cathedrals and Baroque palaces. The archipelago lies in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, 93 km south of Sicily and 288 km north of Africa.

Malta is the largest of the islands and is also the cultural, economic and administrative centre of the entire archipelago. The second largest island, Gozo, is more rural and focuses on crafts, agriculture and fishing. Less than ten people live on the smallest island of the Maltese archipelago.

The capital of Malta, Valetta, has a population of about 5000, but offers its tourists an infinite number of picturesque villages and restaurants. The size of the island also allows quick access to deep bays and historical monuments. Visit the San Anton Palace in Attard.

This is the official residence of the President of Malta, but the gardens have been opened to the public. Enjoy the Orangery and the Baroque garden.

By the way, Queen Elisabeth and Prince Philip spent their honeymoon here on Malta.

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