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The most commonly spoken languages are Maltese and English.

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Malta is said to have nearly one church for every day of the year.

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Malta has a typical Mediterranean climate with warm temperatures throughout the year. The hottest months are from June to September, when temperatures are in the high 20s. Spring and autumn are a good time to visit, as there are fewer crowds but the temperature is still in the mid-20s. Winter is cooler but it’s still warm enough to sit outside, although expect a bit more rain at this time.
The popular resorts of <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-26008-1-0/hotels-in-st-pauls-bay'>St Paul’s Bay</a>, <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-26003-1-0/hotels-in-qawra'>Qawra</a> and <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-25991-1-0/hotels-in-bugibba'>Bugibba</a> sit in Malta’s north east and are ideal for families and groups. Hotels in St Paul’s Bay and Bugibba are close to sandy beaches, while Qawra’s rocky seafront offers the chance to investigate the marine life that inhabits its many rock pools. Public transport links in this part of the island are good and the rest of Malta is easily accessible.Head up the island’s north-eastern coastline for <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-26006-1-0/hotels-in-sliema'>hotels in Sliema</a>. This sought-after resort offers a mix of old and new architecture and picturesque rocky beaches, as well as plenty of shops.Further up the coast, hotels in <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-26007-1-0/hotels-in-st-julians'>St Julian’s</a> and Paceville are great options for fun-seeking travellers. While these parts of the island are traditional seaside towns by day, they come alive after dark thanks to their lively bars.<a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-25998-1-0/hotels-in-mellieha'>Mellieha Bay</a> lies at the northernmost point of the main island and features Malta’s largest sandy beach, the ideal place for families to spend the day. Choosing one of a number of hotels in Mellieha offers a look into Malta outside of the tourist hubs and makes a good base to visit neighbouring island Gozo.In south-eastern Malta lies the capital <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-26009-1-0/hotels-in-valletta'>Valetta</a>. Here, you’ll find a wide choice of hotels for all kinds of travellers. The small, walled city has bags of baroque elegance, with places like 16th century St John’s Co-Cathedral and historic St George’s Square. Spend time relaxing in St Elmo Bay, or stroll out to St Elmo Lighthouse.

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