The Maltese islands are an archipelago of three main islands and several smaller ones located 93 km south of Sicily and 288 km north of Africa. Malta and Gozo, the two largest islands, are home to just under 450,000 inhabitants that speak Maltese and English.

The capital city, Valletta, is the smallest national capital in the European Union and along with other major urban areas like Sliema and St Julian’s, it is a hub for commercial, cultural and entertainment activities. Malta’s sister island, Gozo, offers a greener setting with rolling countrysides and a scenic coastline that attracts many locals and travellers alike.

The Maltese islands have experienced robust economic growth year-on-year, registering an exceptional performance across several key indicators. A politically stable country with a modern, Western way of life, Malta is an attractive proposition for investors seeking to buy property as their own residence and invest in real estate projects with solid returns and high capital appreciation potential.