The islands holds relatively smaller mountains that their counterparts in Europe or North Africa, which makes them easier to climb. This make them ideal for beginner and intermediate climbers. Its highest point is Ta’ Dmejrek, which rises to 253 meters along the Dingli Cliffs of the southeastern island of Malta, in the timeless village of Dingli.
Maltese and English, with Italian also widely spoken
Best time to visit
Visit all-year round for various conditions in Malta
What’s the weather like?
The climate of Malta is Mediterranean, with mild and quite wet winters and hot and dry summers
The Mediterranean island country of Malta is located in the south of Europe, around 50 miles south of Italy, 176 miles east of Tunisia, and 207 miles north of Libya. Small in size, Malta is the fifth most densely populated country, with a population of around 500,000, of which over 6,000 live in the capital of Valletta. The highest point, Ta’ Dmejrek, rises to 253 meters on the Dingli Cliffs
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