An island placed in the central Mediterranean, Malta sits between Sicily and the North African coast. Despite being relatively compact, at 316km2 in size, the country is home to over 500,000 inhabitants, making it rather busy, bustling and brimming with activity.
Furthermore, in a recent study, the FCO (Foreign and Commonwealth Office – UK) placed Malta as one of the ten safest countries in the world, with a very low threat from terrorism. This strengthens the safety concept of both general tourism together with large scale international events being held in Malta.
Together with Malta’s rich and diverse historical background that is littered with Arabo-Mediterranean references, the islands are also blessed by temperate weather conditions, making it the perfect venue for business meetings and social events.
Moreover, Malta can also boast of a vast number of 5 and 4 star properties that form part in welcoming over 1.5 million tourists a year together with award winning restaurants and eateries offering varied cuisines from around the world to all visitors.