About Malta

Over the years, the Maltese Islands have developed into a modern European state with a strong economy that rests on a wide mixture of businesses. Malta has a rich culture that merges 7,000 years of history with a modern and vibrant Mediterranean lifestyle.

The Maltese Islands enjoy a Mediterranean climate encompassing warm summers and mild winters so any time of the year is ideal for a visit. Malta is among the safest countries in the world and access is easy thanks to low cost airlines. Distances are short which makes travelling around the islands easy and relatively cheap.

Valletta, Malta’s capital city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For more history, visitors can enjoy some of the oldest temples in the world including Ggantija, Hagar Qim, Mnajdra and the Hypogeum.

Life in Malta is vibrant and rich. The country is always alive with leisure activities, festivals and events, offering you socialising and networking opportunities beyond the work environment making Malta the ideal location for restaurants offering international cuisine, casinos and so much more. For the adventurous, the island also offers an array of trekking, diving, sailing, abseiling, ziplining, paragliding and climbing activities.