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The Maltese Archipelago, the heart of the Mediterranean...
Discover Malta & Gozo

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Malta has been hosting overseas visitors throughout its history, earning a reputation for its hospitality. Being in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta is a geographical hub for tourism, culture and trade.

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The Country

The island is a sovereign republic forming part of the European Union. Being just over 300 square kilometres, it hosts a population of over 400,000. The vast majority of the population is of Maltese nationality, where the official and most widely spoken languages are Maltese and English. The economy is built around the service industry where its flexible human resources offer great value add to a wide range of industries.

It's historic value

Malta has an extensive history influenced by the Romans, Greeks, Arabs, French, Spanish, Knights of Saint John and the British. These civilisations not only left their mark on our culture but formed the foundations for our islands’ trade, hospitality and business acumen. Our harbours offer a safe haven for trade ships as well as making Malta a bedrock for industries to flourish.

Lifestyle

The island is a sovereign republic forming part of the European Union. Being just over 300 square kilometres, it hosts a population of over 400,000. The vast majority of the population is of Maltese nationality, where the official and most widely spoken languages are Maltese and English. The economy is built around the service industry where its flexible human resources offer great value add to a wide range of industries.

Perfect for events

Malta is adorned with beautiful scenery, a warm climate, historic backdrops and modern facilities. The thrilling contrasts of the island excels in the smooth merging of historic places with modern ambiences to provide a unique experience.

Value for time

Malta is thirty six kilometres from one tip to the other and it also is home to four smaller islands. Because of its size, travel times are very short when compared to other destinations. The short commuting time gives you the freedom to explore the island and maximise your stay.

Modern facilities

Malta’s mature events industry makes the island a leading nation with respect to modern day facilities. Its high tech infrastructures are optimised for flexibility, allowing the possibility to host any type of event, incentive group and conference.

The destination without the drivel

  • Location: Southern Europe
  • Flying Time: 1-3hrs direct from major European cities
  • Time difference: GMT +1 hour (GMT +2 hours in summer)
  • Currency: EURO
  • Visas: Not required for EU passport holders

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St. Julian's live
Splendid view of St. Julian's and Spinola Bay

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St. George's Beach Live
One of the beaches located in the 5 star hotel area

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To discover more about Malta then please visit the "Welcome Centre"

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