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SPORTS AND LEISURE IN MALTA

5 Feb , 2015  

The Maltese Islands have more shore and boat dive sites within its small radius than any other island or resort in the world. Natural harbours, beaches and small bays, sheltered creeks, cliffs and reefs offer an underwater world of paradise for divers and visitors. From ancient wrecks to Second World War sunken ships and planes to the natural beauty of the corals and sea bed. With annual average sea temperatures hovering around 18 degrees Celsius, and visibility around 30 meters, the Maltese waters are ideal for diving all the year round. Diving holidays have become more and more popular in recent years as more people discover the hidden secrets of the deep blue Mediterranean Sea around Malta’s coastline. Boat chartering and sailing are becoming more popular with locals and foreigners. Wind surfing, water skiing, jet skiing and paragliding are just some of the water sports that can be experienced here in Malta. Jeep safaris, trekking and walking are excellent ways to discover the little know gems and secrets hidden away within the Maltese countryside.

The entertainment and nightlife attracts youngsters and adults alike with a wide variety of clubs, theme bars, restaurants, cafes, live music venues and casinos. Paceville in St. Julian’s, Sliema and Bugibba are the locations with the highest concentration of entertainment venues and restaurants.

The Isle of MTV is an annual music event in summer attracting thousands of fans and youth. The Rolex Middle Sea Race is another eagerly anticipated event as is the annual Power Boat race.

The best shopping districts are Sliema with The Point Shopping Mall and Plaza Retail Centre as well as Valletta High Street. Valletta also offers an impressive collection of museums and places of historical and cultural interest. The National Biblioteca on Republic Street houses a priceless collection of ancient books amassed through the centuries from foreign rulers. The Museum of Archaeology and The War Museum are also worth a visit. The Manuel Theatre regularly features plays, concerts and performances and the churches are especially interesting for their rich decoration and original paintings and frescos.

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