The best time to visit Malta depends on your preferences and the activities you plan to do.

If you’re interested in sightseeing and exploring the historic sites without the crowds, the spring (from April to June) and fall (from September to November) are considered the best times. The weather is generally mild and pleasant during these periods, and you can enjoy outdoor activities comfortably.

For beach and water activities like swimming and diving, the summer months from July to August are ideal, as the temperatures are high and the sea is warm. However, it’s worth noting that these months are also the busiest and most crowded, as they coincide with the peak tourist season.

The winter months, from December to February, are the least crowded, but the weather is cooler and can be quite unpredictable. Despite this, the temperature rarely drops below 10 degrees Celsius, and there are still many sunny days, making it an option for those who prefer a quieter visit.

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