A language study trip to Malta will allow you to learn English while experiencing life on a Mediterranean island. Malta boasts historic sites, a vibrant nightlife and picture-postcard scenery.
The cliffs take on a golden glow in the sun. Deep-blue waters lap the shorelines as fishing boats haul in their nets. The three islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino provide a romantic, picture-postcard setting and speak English as the official language owing to their colonial past – a combination that makes Malta a very popular place to learn English. As soon as the sun goes down, the island wakes for the night. Locals and tourists party in the many bars and clubs, making the most of the balmy evenings. The island enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate all year round with temperatures sometimes hitting 40 degrees or more in summer.
REMAINS OF MANY CULTURES
On a language study trip to Malta, you will have the opportunity to learn all about the island's significant historical heritage. Many different cultures have left their mark all over the island in the form of temples, fortifications and churches. One of the main attractions are the Megalithic temples which date back to the Stone Age – they are older than the Egyptian pyramids and are designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After your language class, you can go for a bike ride or a take a hike along one of the many walking trails. Fabulous views of rugged coastline, moorland, farms, chapels and historic castles are guaranteed.