There is a lot to say about the little gem situated in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea between Africa & Sicily called the Maltese Archipelago and one page is not enough so we choose the best points to explain why you should consider coming and living in our island.
Excellent weather all year round where the sunny days can be more than 300 days a year and temperatures rarely go below 10 degrees Celsius.
Dotted with historical sites and cultural activities from the prehistoric temples to the majestic bastions in Valletta.
Alive music and entertainment scene offering local and international acts all year round such as the Jazz Festival, MTV music festival and many more
Great restaurants and café’s with 3 recently added to the Michelin Guide.
Well connected to the rest of Europe with daily flights and future plans to expand the airport and a daily ferry to Sicily.
Superb diving and water sport destination and events such as the yearly Middlesea Yacht race.
People are very hospitable and friendly.
Low crime rate and safe neighbourhoods.
Politically and economically stable. Malta has been an independent country since 1964 and republic since 1974. Since the 1990’s the island has seen a constant economic growth and infrastructure investments.
Maltese & English are the official languages and Italian is fluently spoken. There are various communities on the island the largest being English, Italian, Serbian.
Excellent medical services both public and private.
Schooling is of very high standards in English speaking schools and University.
The property market is healthy and steady.
Low property taxes and virtually no taxed beyond purchasing a property.