Report: Invest in Malta

Media: Lufthansa Inflight Magazine 2018

Sector: Country

Publication Date: November, 2018

Chasing the Winter Sun: 5 Reasons to visit the Maltese Islands this winter

Light up the dreary winter season this year with some Mediterranean charm and passion. Voted the best climate in the world, Malta’s balmy weather and sparkling blue seas make every moment of your holiday an enchanting experience.

The charming island of Malta offers the perfect getaway for anyone looking for an unpretentious, beautiful and refreshingly affordable destination with delightful natural scenery, magnificent architecture, warm, friendly people and a Mediterranean cuisine bursting with natural sun-ripened flavours. Whether you’re just visiting for a few days or spending a long lazy winter month on the island, you’ll find Malta’s charms work their magic on everyone who comes to visit.

1. Walking through the Gallery of life

Sun and sea may be what most people come to Malta to find, but this island nation offers much more. Charming rural landscapes and a stunning legacy of centuries’ old art and culture, Malta has something for everyone to enjoy and is perfect for recharging your energy levels.

2. The food island

Wake up to the Mediterranean sunshine, take your breakfast by the sea and watch the world rush by as you sit and relax in a pleasant atmosphere. Take a wine tasting tour and discover the true flavour of Malta. The Maltese are passionate in their devotion to food, and the Maltese cuisine offers some delightful treats.

3. Escape to the great outdoors

For the more active traveller, why not combine a marathon challenge with a great travel experience or take to the hiking trails that whisk you along Malta’s stunning coastline. Enjoy the magnificent views of Malta’s seascape from the comfort of a yacht. Whatever your challenge, Malta has something for everyone.

4. Diving into the deep blue sea

Rated as one of the world’s top diving destinations, Malta boasts a rare combination of top-quality natural and man-made dive sites that make it unquestionably one of the best scuba diving locations, even in winter.

5. Living History

Often referred to as an open-air museum, with inspiring castles and striking architecture, you can walk in the footsteps of the Knights in Valletta, described as ‘a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen’ or retrace the steps of the many Hollywood stars who have all spent time in Malta.

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