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The Ideal Investment opportunity

It is a well-known fact that Malta has been going through a consistently growing surge in the value of property over the past couple of decades. This makes property a sound investment with multiple ways to capitalize on your expenditure.

With a very large market for short let rentals, you could even rent out your holiday home when you aren’t using it, making a very healthy return.

Over and above this, Property in Gozo is currently more affordable than that in Malta but it is gradually closing in on its counterpart, making investment in Gozo properties a fantastic opportunity.

The government is also incentivizing property purchases in Gozo by reducing stamp duty from 5% to just 2% till the end of the year.

Malta and Gozo

In Malta, you’ll explore over 7,000 years of constantly evolving history and yet, you will live convienently in the present. You’ll span the millennia with an astonishing array of things to discover and do. Wherever you go, the Islands’ scenery and architecture provide a spectacular backdrop. The colours are striking, the sounds are vibrant, and the scents are fresh. Honey-coloured stone against the deepest of blue seas are complimented with lush green landscapes, the gentle sound of waves caressing the shore and the smell of sea spray and Mediterranean shrubs.

The Maltese Islands have been described as one big open-air museum. What makes them unique is that so much of their past is visible today. Delve into the Islands’ mysterious prehistory, retrace the footsteps of St Paul or witness firsthand the locations and fortifications where the Knights of St John defended Christendom.

But Malta is not just museum. Here, life is lived to the full, and history happens on a daily basis. Visit locations where Oscar-winning blockbusters were filmed or go off the beaten track into ancient villages. Marvel at the fireworks and revelry of the summertime village festas and enjoy a packed calendar of events all year round.

Valletta

In Malta, you’ll explore over 7,000 years of constantly evolving history and yet, you will live convienently in the present. You’ll span the millennia with an astonishing array of things to discover and do. Wherever you go, the Islands’ scenery and architecture provide a spectacular backdrop. The colours are striking, the sounds are vibrant, and the scents are fresh. Honey-coloured stone against the deepest of blue seas are complimented with lush green landscapes, the gentle sound of waves caressing the shore and the smell of sea spray and Mediterranean shrubs.

The Maltese Islands have been described as one big open-air museum. What makes them unique is that so much of their past is visible today. Delve into the Islands’ mysterious prehistory, retrace the footsteps of St Paul or witness firsthand the locations and fortifications where the Knights of St John defended Christendom.

But Malta is not just museum. Here, life is lived to the full, and history happens on a daily basis. Visit locations where Oscar-winning blockbusters were filmed or go off the beaten track into ancient villages. Marvel at the fireworks and revelry of the summertime village festas and enjoy a packed calendar of events all year round.

Sliema, St. Julians and Paceville

Sliema and St. Julians are modern and cosmopolitan cities, opposite Valletta, full of luxury hotels, high street stores and malls, café’s, and restaurants. There is a distinctly British colonial feel to this area however, in this day and age it is considered to be the activity centre of Malta and a high traffic tourist zone. Paceville is the main hub for Maltese nightlife and is certainly worth a visit if you are looking for a night out on the town!

Mdina

The medieval walled city of Mdina is perched on a plateau from where it is possible to see the rest of the island. Once the former capital of Malta, its citadel is a perfect example of a medieval walled city. The entrance is made through a stone bridge, and inside the streets are tangled like a maze, full of churches, monasteries and palaces, all connected by small piazzas. Places of particular interest include the Norman style Palazzo Falzon, with its old weapons and pottery collection. The cathedral and the museum are home to the last surviving pieces of original golden church decorations that were painted black in order to avoid being taken by the French during the ransacking of the 18th century.

Rabat

Very near to Mdina is the city of Rabat. There are beautiful baroque churches, the catacombs of St Paul and St Agatha and a Roman Villa. In the outskirts it is possible to visit the Dingli cliffs, the Verdala Castle and the Buskett Gardens, the only semi-natural forest in Malta that was used as a hunting ground by the knights.

Gozo

It is the second largest island of the archipelago. Its landscape includes plateaus, deep valleys, sheer cliffs and small villas scattered among the citruses and olive trees. The capital of the island is Victoria (also known as Rabat) which is home to the world famous Citadella. The city was constructed by the conquering Moors on a hill with a panoramic view of the entire island. Its cathedral lacks a cupola, but its interior was painted as a trompe l’oeil in its ceiling to give the impression that the cupola exists.

Before venturing out on your Gozitan journey, why not visit the Savina Creativity Centre in Xewkija. Here you will be treated to a free 10 minute audio-visual experience about Gozo. You will also be able to witness Gozo crafts in the making including the famous Gozo lace “Bizzilla” and free tasting of traditional Gozitan delicacies. If you are lucky, you may also get to watch vegetables and traditional local confectionery, and candle making.

Some interesting places to visit are the Citadel or Great Castle, the alabaster caves of Xaghra and the basilica of Ta´Pinu, one of the official pilgrimage sites of the Vatican. Have time to visit the Ggantija Temples in Xaghra, the oldest free standing Temples in the World and now a World Heritage site. Pay also a visit to Dwejra and engage in it’s natural beauty. See where major blockbusters were filmed and experience unforgettable sunsets.

Comino

The island of Comino is between Malta and Gozo and is inhabited by not more than a dozen people. It has no roads, only footpaths that crawl among hills filled with wild herbs and strange rocky formations. Their main attractions are some caves and the exceptional Blue Lagoon bay.

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