Obsessed with Malta and want to learn more about it?
Here is a round-up of some interesting facts about Malta, you might have never heard about:
Malta is the most densely populated country in the EU with about 1,265 inhabitants per square kilometre
1 – The island of Comino is virtually uninhabited apart from one hotel
6,500,000 – The total number of passengers expected at Malta's airport in 2018
2.5 – The average amount of cups of tea we drink daily in Malta
0.8 – Valletta is the smallest national capital in the European Union at 0.8 km2
420,456 – The current population of Malta, based on the latest United Nations estimates
43.8 – The warmest temperature ever recorded in Malta, in August 1999
83.7 – The average age a female in Malta can expect to live to – higher than the European average
5,000 – The estimated age in years of Hagar Qim, the best preserved ancient limestone temple on Malta
1.4 – The coldest temperature ever recorded in Malta, at Luqa Airport in January 1981
28 – The average temperature in Malta in July, the hottest month of the year.