Thinking of moving to Malta?

The Maltese people are friendly, multilingual allowing easier communication, and a fun loving people who live a peaceful mediterranean lifestyle. They love both the village holy festas, St. Maria 15th August being one of the most important, and the special events village festas, as Notte Bianca in Valletta, Festa Frawli in Mgarr, and Candlelight festa in Birgu/ Vittoriosa. Different villages hold markets for goods/ or for hand crafted goods during the year.
The Maltese archipelago consistant of Malta, Gozo, Comino and other small uninhabited islands, is situated in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea. With sunshine throughout most of the year and a relatively low crime rate. Though an island group, Malta being an EU member state forms part of the EU mainland, and enjoys all the benefits of travelling to and from the EU with ease.
Capital of Malta
The Capital of Malta, Valletta is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is surrounded by the Grand Harbour, the largest natural grand Harbour in the Mediterranean. Valletta was built by the Grandmasters/ Knights of Malta, who built the different langues Auberges, St. John’s Co-Cathedral, a gem in architecture and murals, the Manoel Theatre, and the Royal Malta Opera House now in Ruins, as an open air theatre.
Archaeological sites
Malta has a large variety of archaeological sites, monuments, museums, and some 732 religious buildings, churches and chapels, a Greek Orthodox Church, a synagogue and a mosque. The most famous archaeological remains are the Ggantija Temples on Gozo, built between 3600 and 3200 BC and the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum on Malta, an underground prehistorical burial ground with its earliest remains dating to ca. 4000 BC, both listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Outdoor entertainment
For outdoor enthusiasts, Malta offers a variety of lovely sandy beaches for swimming, water sports, sailing, windsurfing, waterpolo, paragliding, rugby, soccer, tennis, golf and horse riding. A number of round Malta cruises, guided tours, cafes, restaurants, nightclubs and ongoing events. On a musical note, outstanding classical/ baroque performances, Shakespeare plays enacted by the Malta Amateur Dramatic Society, Operas performed by well known EU Opera companies, famous classical ballet performances and also different Rock groups are organised throughout the year.
Financial / Education
Families or individuals may require advise on Tax and residency matters, education and schooling. If relocating a business, Malta offers formal taxation agreements with industrialised countries and the EU, Malta also being a member state. Tax benefits are available to both investors and foreign residents whether temporary or permanent. Malta’s education system is very highly rated. The educational system is structured in 4 stages. Pre-primary (3 to 5), primary(5 to 11), secondary(11 to 18) and tertiary(university level).