Malta is known as the gem of the Mediterranean. The Maltese archipelago lies at the heart of the Mediterranean and consists of three main islands with Malta being the largest. Over 7,000 years of history have shaped the culture, the flavours and the architecture of the islands that characterise Malta as a melting-pot of cultures.
History and Architecture
A melting pot of history and geography
There is a large selection of leading chain and independent hotels, most having state of the art in-house conference facilities which can seat up to 700 delegates. For larger events, Malta has four major conference centres that can accommodate up to 5,000 delegates.
A Safe Country
Malta is considered to be one of the safest countries in Europe. The Maltese are open and friendly and while Malta has a national language – Maltese – English is also an official language and is spoken by the majority of the population.
Malta boasts an all-year-round mild climate. It has a pleasant climate and with an average of 300 days of sunshine, the islands offer year-round opportunities to enjoy the Mediterranean environment.
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