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About Malta

Malta is exciting, Gozo is enchanting, and Comino is amazing! The Maltese archipelago is made up of five islands, including also Kemmunet and Filfla, which are not inhabited. Each island has its own unique characteristics and character. See to believe!

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Malta is where things are happening. It is the more cosmopolitan island, an island sprinkled with tradition and antiquity as it is with beaches and nightclubs. It literally has something to suit all age groups and tastes for travel and activities, from museums to water sports.

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Gozo is more authentic, what Malta may have been like fifty years ago. It is greener and slower-paced and this island is exceptionally beautiful in a humble way that nonetheless leaves an impact on you.

Comino - Hostel Jones, Sliema, Malta

Comino is barely inhabited and mainly visited during the summer months due to its delicious water and caves. This is a place to chill out and relax or to try some diving or deep water soloing.

Malta’s history spans 7000 years. You may visit sites that date back to the dawn of civilisation, with remains from the golden Neolithic period, the Phoenicians, the Carthaginians, the Romans and the Byzantines. Later, St Paul stayed for a while and you may visit the catacombs where he stayed. The Arab occupation’s greatest influence was on the language, while the Normans, the Aragonese, the Knights Order of St. John, Napoleon, and then the British, each left a mark in the architecture and culture of the country, before it gained independence and eventually joining the EU in 2004.

Malta is an independent democracy, has a stable economy, and people have a good standard of living. Malta forms part of the Schengen Area, English is a national language, and the currency is the euro, which make it really easy to travel to and discover. Are you still thinking about it?

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Hostel Jones, Sliema, Malta