The crossroads of the Mediterranean

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

Described as an open-air museum, the Maltese Islands are full of historic sites and monuments, boasting three UNESCO World Heritage Sites including the entire capital city, Valletta. Medieval towers and fortified cities, the Hospital of the Crusader Knights which is transformed into a state-of-the-art conference and events venue, baroque palaces and exclusive gardens overlooking the spectacular Grand Harbour – Malta offers a variety of unique venues to inspire any event.
Your view walking down the streets of Vallatta, Malta
Boats infront of the shore of Malta


Getting to Malta is easy. Flight times are approximately 3 hours from mainland Europe and most major European cities are served by the Malta International Airport. Commutes from the airport to accommodations and venues are very short and you are spoilt for choice as to how you to get from point to point – air-conditioned coaches, vintage cars or even a Turkish Gulet or speedboat could get you to your next destination!

The Food

A melting pot of history and geography

Maltese food is renowned for being fresh and full of flavour. The island’s colourful history did not fail to leave its mark on the local cuisine and influences from many other European countries as well as North African countries can be found in many dishes. Chefs often create a fusion of flavours, which gives them a unique and distinctive flavour that you will not find elsewhere.

Excellent Infrastructure

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.

The Climate

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.

Contact us about Malta

Are you looking to organise an event, MICE-travel or an incentive abroad? Whatever stage you’re in – from a vague idea to a specific plan – don’t hesitate to drop us a line!