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Why Malta?
In all honesty,
we can’t think of a single reason
why not.

The island is well known among culture seekers as well as sun worshippers however it’s also booming as the top destination for business travellers.

We’ll start with the weather:

With 300 days of sunshine a year, let’s just say that wellingtons won’t be on your list of things to pack for your trip. Add some crystal clear Mediterranean waters spilling onto warm sandy beaches and it’s safe to say that this is not your average workplace.

Drenched in seven thousand years of history, the island’s laid-back rural villages are home to thriving local traditions that delight visitors time and time again. Ask anyone who’s landed on the rock and they’ll tell you that size doesn’t matter: although we’re tiny on a map, we’re big on history, culture, entertainment and nightlife.

Facts about Malta


Islas que forman parte del archipiélago Maltés





The Malta you see today is a cultural melting pot that’s seven thousand years in the making. Our islands have experienced it all making it the perfect location for you to enjoy a diverse and exciting programme.

Hopping from one event to the next takes just a few minutes - nowhere on the island is more than twenty minutes away. So from corporate events to relaxing evenings and from sea adventures to a night on the town, it’s easy to make the most of your stay in Malta.

It’s no wonder everyone calls it the Mediterranean’s best kept secret.

Contrary to popular belief, the speedboats that transfer you to Malta’s unspoilt sister island do not
come equipped with time travel capacity.

A half hour trip is all you need to reach the land where time has stood still, suspended for centuries. It’s a land of green rolling hills, unspoilt seaside dunes and warm smiles and simple pleasures - magical even to us Maltese natives.

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Top Diving Spots

Discover the island in a self-driven 4x4 jeep. Enjoy breathtaking views of the spectacular red sands of Ramla bay and immerse yourself in history as you wander around the world’s oldest free-standing structures at Ggantija temples.

Stroll through the narrow streets of the Citadel for a glimpse of a bygone era and drive down to Dwejra to see the famous Azure Window in all its glory. Then grab a traditional ftira from one of the local bakers before watching the sun set between the high cliffs of Xlendi.

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