Expat guide to Malta launched

2009-11-19_164958We are excited to announce the launch of our expatriate guide to living and working in Malta. Our Malta guide includes information about visas & permits, finding a place to live, work permits and other useful tips. We hope it will be a helpful resource for people moving to Malta.

Malta has always been a popular holiday destination for people from all over the world. Situated in the heart of the Mediterranean, boasting a beautiful climate all year round and an excellent standard of living, Malta attracts expatriates from all over the world. Due to the expansion of budget airlines flying there, tourism is also expanding.

English is the official language of Malta and is spoken by everyone. The economy is stable and strong after joining the EU in 2004 and the education and healthcare systems are highly regarded.

To prepare yourself for your move to Malta, read our guide to give you an idea of everything you need to consider. You can also join our expatriate community in Malta to meet other expats and get advice about moving there.

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Apart from Malta being a great destination for especially english speaking people it is also one of the most beautifula nd adventures countries in the meditaerannean.

A special mention to the citizens of the place as each and everyone was very friendly.

I went there last year in June (hgh season) with 5 friends and had the good fortune of enjoying the best weather Malta has to offer. We basically sopent 3 days just sailing, swimming, snorkeling, sunbathing around the 3 isalnds in Malta. We hired a first class luxury sailing boat inclusive of everything (yes- Skipper too!), through an excellent online tours and activites company who seem to be experts on malta tours.

This pre-booking was especially inmportant as we went during high season time and had very little time actually in Malta. It was a good thing we made all arrangements through this co, earlier itself as their service was simply superb!