The Gem of Europe
The island of Malta has over 7000 years of stories to tell. With much of its history still visible to this day, you can visit the past whilst living in the present.
The Maltese islands cover and area of just over 316 sq km which is spread between the main island of Malta and sister islands of Gozo and Comino.
Just under 450,000 people call Malta home, with generous incentives provided by the local government, regular awards given for quality of life, safety and healthcare, Malta’s lifestyle and economy are booming.
One hour to Rome, two hours to Paris, Athens and Barcelona and three to London make access to the hubs of Europe major cities a stone throw away. Malta has been chosen by many as the home from home due to the frequent flights and with Malta part of the schengen zone you are free to move between 26 different countries.
Malta has two official languages, Maltese and English which are spoken by most of the local population.
Winters are mild and summers are long, crystal clear waters surround the island which is littered with bays and inlets providing beautiful sandy beaches and is the goto place to many of the local yacht enthusiasts.
With an average of 300 days of sunshine and a future future just as bright, fall in love with the warm heart and charm of what is truly the gem of the mediterranean.