In one of the smallest nations in the world, you'll find uncrowded line-ups and perfect waves under sunny blue skies. Welcome to the Mediterranean swells of Malta.
SurferToday.com 17/03/2014: La Valletta is the capital of Malta. It is also the smallest capital
of the European Union. In this sunny state, there are two official
languages: Maltese and English.
But if you ask a local citizen for the nearest surf spots, he might
tell you that surfers are only spotted once in a while, despite the
multiple reef and beach breaks that can be found throughout the country.
Malta is an archipelago of coralline limestone located in the central
Mediterranean, some 80 kilometers (50 miles) south of the Italian
island of Sicily.
With 196.8 kilometers (121) of coastline - excluding the 56
kilometers of the Gozo island - Malta offers a Mediterranean climate
with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers...read on.