Have you ever thought about traveling to Malta to meet beautiful Maltese women? If so, then before getting any further, it may be valuable to consider the most common characteristics of stunning Maltese women to ensure they are the right choice for your dating efforts. As a trendy vacation location, Malta is just off the coast of Sicily and falls within Southern Europe. The country lies on a total of 316 square kilometers, making it the 10th smallest nation by land mass – in other words, Malta is one of the smallest countries in Europe. However, with a population totaling over 500,000 people, around 1600 people live per square kilometer, making the country the fourth most dense in the world. So, if you have been planning on meeting Maltese women, you’re in luck – you’ll likely be bumping into people all the time! However, if you don’t enjoy busy and densely populated areas, Malta might not be the country for you to make a move to. Still, the country is respectable in terms of both per-capita GDP of over $48,000 and is ranked as 0.895 on the Human Development Index, indicating a high quality of life.
Malta was previously a British colony, a status it gained in 1813 when the country served as a ship waystation. Later, during the World Wars, Malta’s position made it a valuable naval base for the British fleet in the Mediterranean. However, the country gained independence from Great Britain in 1964, when it founded the State of Malta. After that, it became the Republic of Malta in 1974. However, some people refer to Malta as a city-state instead of a nation due to its tiny size. In 2004, Malta joined the European Union. Since then, they have remained in the EU and are still members. Now, the country is run as a Unitary parliamentary republic with George Vella as president and Robert Abela as prime minister. Malta’s capital city is Valletta, founded in the 1500s as a walled city and is home to the University of Malta – the only public university in Malta. It became the country’s capital around five years after it was founded. However, occupation in Malta throughout history means that many other regions have been used as the country’s capital over the years. Archaeological evidence suggests Malta has hosted people since almost 6000 BC.
Maltese women are unique among most European women due to their largely traditional upbringing. While we will focus specifically on the mentality of Maltese women, later on, most Maltese women go out of their way to look their best for their partners. However, Maltese women are now highly diverse due to various influences from other nations throughout Malta’s history. This means that blondes and brunettes are typical throughout the country’s population. This unique combination of features also means that many Maltese women have hazel or dark-colored eyes and a slight Mediterranean tan, but perhaps not always quite as strong as one might expect from Italian women or Spanish women. Living in Malta is similar to other southern European countries such as Italy, Greece, and Spain.