About Malta    
The Maltese archipelago is strategically located in the center of the Mediterranean Sea. The islands making up this archipelago are Malta, Gozo and Comino.

The two official languages of the Maltese Islands are Maltese and English. Maltese, is a Semitic language which is however written using the Roman alphabet. Being so close to Italy and with a lot of influence from Italian television stations, Italian, too, is widely spoken.

Malta has no mountains or rivers, only low hills with terraced fields on the slopes, giving it its own characteristic. The climate on these islands is mild with no severe winters, rendering Malta an important tourist resort in the centre of the Mediterranean. The average winter temperature IS in the region of 12C (54F). The average annual rainfall is about 578 mm (22.756 ins), which falls mainly during the winter months.

Malta’s strategic position has enabled it to develop into an important trading post within the Mediterranean. Malta is situated at the crossroads between Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, a European country well placed for international business. Thus enhancing the Maltese with considerable cross culture skills to do business on both sides of the
Mediterranean and beyond.

The Malta Freeport is also one of the Mediterranean's leading ports for container transshipments. Malta international airport, which is situated five kilometres from the capital city Valletta also has convenient flight connections to most major European cities.

The Maltese islands are steeped in history and definitely worth a visit.

For more information about Malta visit this website: www.maltavoyager.com