Malta – Sliema Chalet Hotel Malta
Malta is a popular tourist destination, with 1.2 million tourists per year. Tourism infrastructure has increased dramatically over the years and a number of good-quality hotels are present on the island. Sliema and St Julians are considered to Malta’s most hip and affluent regions.
Malta, sometimes referred to as Valletta, is the largest of the three main islands that form the Maltese archipelago. Geographically, Malta is situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea directly south of Italy. The island is 27 kilometres long and 14.5 kilometres wide, with a total area of 246 square kilometres. Valletta is the capital city and is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world. Mdina is Malta’s medieval jewel. It’s distinctive narrow winding streets sheltered by imposing walls of nobles houses are simply beautiful and suggestive to stroll in. The largest town is Qormi and the most densely populated locality is Birkirkara. The population stands at circa 410,000.
Malta has a Subtropical–Mediterranean climate with very mild winters and hot summers. Rain occurs mainly in winter, with summer being generally dry. According to the International Living, Malta is the country with the best climate in the world. January is the coldest month with temperature ranging from 12 to 20°C during the day and a minimum of 7 to 12 °C at night. In the warmest month, August, the maximum temperature ranges from 28 to 34°C during the day and a minimum 20 to 24°C at night.
Malta is a Roman Catholic country with a record number of churches spread all over the island. The Maltese people are warm and friendly, if one asks for directions it is quite probable that a local will walk with you to help you find the way.
Malta has a swarm of historic and cultural gems, however, the sunny weather, the crystal clear seas and serene beaches are the main attraction for tourists. Apart from the famous sandy beaches one will also find beautiful rocky coasts which irresistible for swimmers. The smaller island of Gozo also has a number of unique spots and Comino’s Blue Lagoon is absolutely picturesque.
The Maltese cuisine is evident in the numerous restaurants mainly concentrated in the touristic zones of Sliema and St Julians. Eating the ‘catch of the day’ under a brilliant night sky is what Mediterranean living is all about. Enjoy a laid back evening in one of the many wine bars or head for the frenzied paceville nightlife strewn with pubs, clubs and casinos. Sliema Chalet Hotel Malta, your perfect choice of hotel in Malta.