Malta is an island country located in the center of the Mediterranean, known as the 'heart of the Mediterranean', about 90 nautical miles from Sicily, Italy. Natural landscape and humanistic landscape complement each other, and ancient relics and modern atmosphere are perfectly integrated.
Malta is known as the 'Pearl of the Mediterranean', with a pleasant climate and beautiful scenery. It has sunny weather for more than 300 days throughout the year, with an average annual temperature of about 20 degrees. Blue Cave, Blue Lagoon, Modina Ancient City, Popeye Sailor Village and Valletta attract numerous visitors.
Malta has a history of 7,000 years. A large number of historical relics and the magnificent Stone Temple are the best interpretations. Historically, Malta was ruled successively by Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs and the British. Its unique historical origins have created today's open, pluralistic and inclusive Malta.
Today, Malta is the only 'four in one' country in the world - the member states of the European Union, the member states of Schengen, the member states of the euro zone and the Commonwealth. Multiple identities provide multiple conveniences and guarantees for people living in Malta, such as business, work, life and transportation, making Malta an ideal destination for life.