What makes Malta & Gozo so special?

The Maltese archipelago lies virtually at the centre of the Mediterranean The archipelago consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino with a total population of 400,000 inhabitants over an area of 316sqkm.Malta is the largest island and the cultural, commercial and administrative centre. Gozo is the second largest island and is more rural, characterised by fishing, tourism, crafts and agriculture while Comino is largely uninhabited.

The Maltese Islands offer an exhilarating contrast of colours: the azure of the Mediterranean, the mellow honey-coloured limestone which characterises the architecture, and clear skies. The Islands are a feast or the senses. Everywhere you go, a unique historic sight awaits. Temples, palaces, cathedrals, and forts provide a living history you can almost touch. The advantage of a stay on the Maltese Islands is that you can experience
several holidays in one.

  • Freedom of movement

    into & out of Malta (Schengen)

  • A highly respected jurisdiction and political stability

  • Technologically advanced and services oriented

  • Excellent banking centre with the presence of major international banks.

  • Safe for travel

    Malta – one of five safest travel destinations in the world – renowned travel expert Laura McKenzie.

  • EU member

    with Euro as the country currency

  • English is an official language

  • A very rich history

    In fact it is one of the most concentrated areas worldwide offering world Heritage Sites and a great number of other historic sites.

  • The temperature is very stable

    April, May and June are the perfect time to visit the islands

  • Ease of access

    Direct flights and easy access by sea- flights from the larger and smaller Europe cities are frequent –Ryan Air, Easy Jet, British Airways, Lufthansa, SAS, Click Air, Alitalia and Malta’s national airline Airmalta are amongst many of the airlines that fly directly to Malta.

  • Great Healthcare

    In 2000, the World Health Organisation rated its Health Care System as the 5th best system in the world. Since then Malta’s health sector has excelled even further with the opening of the government–run Mater Dei Hospital, a state of the art public hospital, opened in June 2007.