Malta is often described as an open-air museum located in the idyllic Mediterranean sea. It is a cultural hub festooned with remnants from previous rulers and historical artefacts.
Covering an area of 316km2 , the Maltese Archipelago is made up of six islands. Its 430,000 inhabitants live on the three biggest islands; Malta, Gozo and Comino. Malta being the largest, is the cultural, commercial and administrative centre of the country. Gozo is a rural island with peaceful countryside and scenic waterside villages. With virtually no settlement and surrounded by the crystal clear Blue Lagoon, Comino is the ideal spot for travellers with a flair for flora and fauna.
Growing investment in diverse commercial sectors coupled with superb endemic climate makes Malta the true heart of Europe. From swimming in the glinting sea to a clifftop prehistoric site to a harbourside restaurant, all in the space of a few hours. The sunny weather, along with the attractive beaches, exciting nightlife, authentic cuisine and 7,000 years of history make Malta an ideal country to live, work and play.