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Reply barSouRb
8:26 AM on February 19, 2017 
Reply Alan
4:41 AM on January 20, 2014 
Still no WEB CAMS when are they back please
Reply Alan
9:53 AM on October 20, 2013 
Hi just to ask can you please tell me what has happened to the great web cams that you had at Spinola and St Pauls Bay i use to look at them each day thinking of the great times i have had in Malta .
Are they coming back online or are they lost forever ? plus it gives me ideas for my next time in Malta
Reply Olwyn Harrison
1:06 PM on October 6, 2013 
Hello everyone. Just to say that my family and myself will be returning to Malta on the 8th October. Had to cancel in May due to illness, so cannot wait to return. Will be staying in Mellieha, but will hire a car to show our new son-in-law Sam, around the Island. Been checking the web cams for weather conditions. See you soon Malta!!!
Reply timothy john borg
5:56 AM on August 13, 2013 
hello my name is timothy john borg from uk trying to trace mr George jn borg hes my father never met him belive hes from st pauls bay
Reply peter kay
5:29 AM on July 1, 2013 
best place to be back in august for me
Reply MostlyMalta Team
1:30 AM on April 7, 2013 
Dear Olwyn,

Thanks for your comments. Yes the cliff diving can be a new sport in Malta. Although many locals used to cliff dive all the time in the summer months mostly.

I am sorry to hear that you had to cancel your holiday. We will try to make more future updates about Malta so that you can see Malta from your home.

Olwyn Harrison says...
Just been viewing the Cliff Diving in Malta video. Wow! These guys are amazingly brave. Love the background music to the video. Just had to cancel my holiday to Malta in May due to my husband being taken ill. So trying to cheer myself up until i can visit this beautiful Country again, and remembering my many holidays in Malta.Keep up the good work on this website.
Reply Olwyn Harrison
11:21 AM on April 6, 2013 
Just been viewing the Cliff Diving in Malta video. Wow! These guys are amazingly brave. Love the background music to the video. Just had to cancel my holiday to Malta in May due to my husband being taken ill. So trying to cheer myself up until i can visit this beautiful Country again, and remembering my many holidays in Malta.Keep up the good work on this website.
Reply MostlyMalta Team
12:21 PM on February 24, 2013 
Hi, Brian.

This is the info taken from wikipedia

Average annual temperature of sea is 20 C (68 F) (the highest result in continent of Europe), from 16 C (61 F) in January to 26 C (79 F) in August. In total 6 months - from June to November - the average sea temperature exceeds 21 C (70 F), while in May and December - 18 C (64 F). In the remaining 4 months - from January to April - the average sea temperature is about 16 C (61 F).

In the second half of April - beginning of the summer/holiday season the average sea temperature is 17 C (63 F). The highest temperature is 27 C (81 F) in the second half of August, in late August and early September drops to 26 C (79 F) in the second half of September drops to 25 C (77 F). Around mid-October drops to 24 C (75 F), about the last week of October drops to 23 C (73 F) and in early November drops to 22 C (72 F) (data of 2010).[

Today the sea temperature was 15 degress celcuis

Have you any contact for diving schools and for equipment hire in Malta?

I hope the info help
Reply Gary O'Brien
11:27 AM on February 24, 2013 
Hello, i will be Diving in Malta on the 22/3/13 what is the water temperature please.
Reply Simon
2:35 AM on November 20, 2012 
I agree that it is nice to see new webcams.
Reply MostlyMalta Team
6:31 AM on May 3, 2011 
Joe Gatt says...
Nice to see a new web site totally deticated to Malta only. I also like the information provided.


Thanks for the positive feedback........ I am constatnly looking out for new features to as in the MostlyMalta Website.

If you like to website so much you can reccommend it to the peole you now.

Good day
Reply Joe Gatt
6:46 AM on April 11, 2011 
Nice to see a new web site totally deticated to Malta only. I also like the information provided.
Reply MostlyMalta Team
9:40 AM on March 6, 2011 
I am glad you found the content usefull

Good day

simon fernech says...
Thanks for your wbsite,I am the first time on it,and I can see my town I grew up in.
Mosta . I live in the states and it is an amasing feeling to see where I grew up.
Thanks very much keep the good work.
Reply simon fernech
12:56 PM on February 25, 2011 
Thanks for your wbsite,I am the first time on it,and I can see my town I grew up in.
Mosta . I live in the states and it is an amasing feeling to see where I grew up.
Thanks very much keep the good work.
Reply MostlyMalta Team
4:32 AM on September 27, 2010 
Bud Moureaux says...
Michele!
Great site. Have my own flat/penthouse in Xemxija, SPB. Residing partially in Flanders, northern Dutch speaking part of Belgium and partially in Xemxija.
I love Malta and its people, except for hunters and street racers.
Bud


Thanks for your feedback. You are welcome to post your comments and suggestions for the site. As time goes by this site will grow.
Reply Bud Moureaux
4:29 AM on September 27, 2010 
Michele!
Great site. Have my own flat/penthouse in Xemxija, SPB. Residing partially in Flanders, northern Dutch speaking part of Belgium and partially in Xemxija.
I love Malta and its people, except for hunters and street racers.
Bud