Malta

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In the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta offers a stunning backdrop for all types of event . Strategically situated between Europe and Africa, Malta provides a meeting point for a rich variety of cultures and languages.

The Maltese islands have played host as a meeting destination for many years . Whatever the size of meeting or conference, Malta has the experience and the venues. In fact, the Maltese islands offer a variety of historic castles, palaces and forts as function venues or, if something different is preferred: theme parks, village squares, luxury yachts, exclusive sea front locations and state of the art conference hotels are available.

Valleta

No trip to Malta would be complete without a visit to its capital Valleta, a UNESCO site due to its wealth of cultural and historic sites. This walled city houses museums, historic landmarks and the best shopping on the island.

MDINA

Founded around 800 BC by the Phoenicians, Mdina was Malta’s capital city right through the Middle Ages until the arrival of the Knights of Malta in 1500. This walled town is located on a hill in the centre of the Maltese island with a 360 degree panoramic view of the whole island. The best way to enjoy Mdina is by walking along the cobbled alleys and enjoying the views from its fortified ramparts

GOZO

A short 20 minutes ferry trip Northwest from Malta lies Malta’s sister island, Gozo . Like Malta, the island comes complete with historical sites, forts and amazing panoramas. Its rugged landscape makes it ideal for walking and cycling.

COMINO

 A visit to the Maltese islands is incomplete without a day trip to the tiny island of Comino that lies mid way between Malta & Gozo. Comino is a paradise for snorkelers, divers, windsurfers and ramblers. The island’s main attraction is the Blue Lagoon.