Malta, originally Melita, is an island located in Southern Europe. It is located 80 kilometers south of Italy, 284 kilometers east of Tunisia, and 333 kilometers north of Libya. It is an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea consisting of three islands, namely, Gozo, Comino, and the uninhabited islets of Kemmunett (Comminotto) and Filfla. Malta is the world’s tenth smallest country in terms of area and fourth-most densely populated sovereign country, with a population of around 515,000 including ex-pats and students living across 316 km2 (122 sq mi). Malta is offering some of the most gorgeous and exotic women in Europe. Men worldwide aspire to date Maltese women because they have some of the most attractive female traits to be identified in the west. Also, the island has slightly more women than men. Valletta, the smallest national capital in the European Union, covering an area of (0.61 km2), serves as the heart of the country. Malta’s official and national language is Maltese, which evolved from Sicilian Arabic under the Emirate of Sicily. English is the second official language of the country. For decades, Italian and Sicilian served as the official and cultural languages on the island, with Italian serving as an official language in Malta until 1934.
Still today, a majority of the contemporary Maltese people speak Italian, at least to some degree. According to statistics, the male population account for (49.6%), and the female population is 50.4%. Approximately 87,976 males are single, and when it comes to women, the number is 90,351. With 95 percent of the population being original Maltese, the island’s population is overwhelmingly native. Around 1.6 percent is British, and many Britons have opted to retire in Malta. Since 1842, every census has revealed a slightly larger number of females than males. Malta had a male-to-female ratio of 99 males per 101 females in 2020. Malta’s male-to-female ratio grew at an annual rate of 0.23 percent from 97.47 males per 100 females to 99 males per 101 females in 2020. The country’s economy is industrialized and service-oriented. The IMF (International Monetary Fund) classifies it as an advanced economy and a high-income country; the World Economic Forum classifies it as an innovation-driven economy. That said, as a member of the European Union, you’d expect the dating scene to be somewhat similar to other European countries. However, dating in Malta is completely different; the women are different, and the game is definitely different.
Single Maltese girls come in all shapes and sizes. But if we generalize, you can argue that many women in Malta look like women from the south of Italy with dark eyes and brown hair. In addition, women in Malta may be more reserved than women in other countries partly due to being catholic. Yet, talking to Maltese women is fairly easy, and they are welcoming and friendly in general. Today Malta is a tourist hub with millions of visitors from all over the world. Also, the Maltese islands are brimming with international students and workers who have made Malta their home for a few years. Dating in Malta often begins in adolescence. Moreover, the Maltese culture is, to some degree, a patriarchal culture, especially when it comes to dating. Yet, women have risen to greater prominence in society over the past decades, and things have become more equal. Men are traditionally expected to be the primary breadwinners in their families, while women are expected to look after the home and children. Thus, men are expected to take the lead when dating. Also, the majority of couples in Malta do not live together before getting married.