Why Malta?

Strategic Location

Malta’s location in the middle of the Mediterranean provides an advantageous position as a valuable ally connecting Europe with Africa and Asia in green and cleantech investment, renewable energy production, export, exchange and security. It has also gained pristine recognition as a tourist hot spot with the potential to lead the charge in sustainable tourism

Environmental Consciousness

Malta is working to aggressively pursue its strategic plan for sustainable operations. Playing host to the inaugural summit reiterates its commitment and ambition to drastically reduce its carbon footprints, to seek alternative green energy sources and to transform into a socially, economically and ecologically sustainable society.

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Reasons to Explore

Marine Life

You could discover marine life wonders through a deep dive into crystal clear waters, you could go kayaking or simply stand by the banks and drink in riveting views that celebrate the country’s long-held traditions and cultural community.

Nature Escapes

The landscape will surprise you, the sand and rocks beneath your feet will keep your adrenaline pumping, the artistic scenery will inspire you and the overall natural wonders of this small yet powerful archipelago will sweep you into an enchanted ‘wow’ land away from reality’s hustle and bustle.

Sample Local Cuisine

Your taste bud will surely thank you for a treat of traditional Maltese foods which are an eclectic mix of Mediterranean cooking like the Kapunata, Rabbit Stew, Bragioli, Bigilla amongst many other traditional foods.

History and heritage

The assemblage of stone statues and monuments represent some of the fascinating histories and legacies by which the Island is renowned. Malta has famous historic and cultural sites dating back to around 5200 B.C. that you could explore. Some of these are the UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Valletta, the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, and the Megalithic Temples; the Grandmasters Palace, St John’s Co-Cathedral, Fort Rinella, Auberge de Castille, Mdina Cathedral Museum, the National Museum of Archaeology and lots more. Or, perhaps, you could tap into the creative energy of Malta’s top festivals.