The Maltese Archipelago strategically placed in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea is made up of three islands, Malta, Gozo and Comino. It got it’s independence from Great Britain in 1964, joined the European Union in 2004 and thereafter adopted the Euro currency.
Malta boasts a good environment for business and hence provides a favourable atmosphere of stability for companies to invest and flourish in a global marketplace.
The tourism, industrial and financial sectors in Malta are highly developed.
Malta offers visa free travel to over 160 countries and having the Maltese Citizenship allows one to work and be able to live in all 28 countries of the EU.
Malta has a rich cultural heritage with over 7’000 years of history and has several breathtaking historical sights that will throw you back thousands of years. The Island has good schools making it an excellent choice for families relocating and state of the art health services.
Last but not least, Malta has one of the lowest crime rates in Europe and enjoys an excellent climate and enjoyable Mediterranean ambience.