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Pendergardens SDA

Pendergardens is a prestigious self-contained development covering an area of 18,500m2 strategically located in St Julians, close to the busy shopping and entertainment areas, offering all the amenities of a metropolitan center, yet with all the comforts and security of an exclusive community, where everything...

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Portomaso an SDA

Portomaso is a unique, waterfront residential development covering an area of 128,000m2, surrounded by a 110-Berth Yacht Marina that stretches along 1.6km of water frontage. Ever since its inception on the drawing board, Portomaso, located at St Julians in Malta, aimed to be one of the most...

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Would I live in Mellieha, with Best Beach?

The village of Mellieha is a low-key, traditional, and peaceful place perched on the north west of the island. The main village is at the top of the hill, the beautiful Baroque Parish church known as The Sanctuary of our Lady of Mellieha, stands proud...

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Would I live in Sliema, a City full of Life?

Just off the coast of Marsamxett Harbour on the east and St Julians Bay on the west,  Sliema is a cosmopolitan buzzing city full of shops, cafés, restaurants, bars and hotels. It is a fairly up-market residential town and boast the biggest mall in Malta,...

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Would I live in Valletta a Capital City with Character?

Valletta is the capital city of Malta, a World Heritage site and if anything, is an open air museum.Valletta is a living city. It is the core of the Maltese political, administrative and business jurisdiction as well as a prime tourist attraction. Built by the...

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The Best Spots to Exercise at Sunset.

Sunsets have always been an inspiration and what a wonderful time of day to exercise and self-reflect. The Maltese archipelago landscape consists of elevated areas, like the Dingli cliffs on the Western side of Malta and low lying, sea level areas to the Eastern part...

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Hottest Dive sight in the Mediterranean

An article in the Telegraph written by Hugh Morris states that the best thing to happen to Gozo was the collapse of the famous Azure Window sea arch. Divers have claimed, as the first pictures emerge of its new life, and new role in attracting tourists,...

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Satellites to be Launched from Malta

Orbital Access CEO Stuart McIntyre told The Sunday Times of Malta: “We are setting up our European headquarters here in Malta and we are currently financing that programme. We intend to establish Malta as our headquarters of our operations for Europe and the world.” Mr McIntyre...

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Malta Residence Secures Position in Europe

Ideally located between southern Europe, Sicily and North Africa, the Maltese archipelago enjoys a fantastic Mediterranean climate which is strongly influenced by the sea. A daily average of around 12 hours sunshine in summer going down to 5 to 6 hours in mid-winter. July is the hottest month in Malta...

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Why Property in Malta is a Good Investment

With a 20% deposit required, an interest rate of 3% expected to remain constant, Malta is an attractive country when thinking of buying a property. With the advantage of zero rates and taxes, capital appreciation on average is 5% per annum, Malta is a fantastic...

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Reduce the Risk Linked to a Single Citizenship

Across the world, interest in a second citizenship or residency is growing, especially in emerging market countries much like South Africa. The South African passport is very limiting due to visa requirements. The concerns around the depreciation of the Rand, social unrest and the recent...

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5 Reasons To Buy Property In Malta

If you are looking to diversify your portfolio or a plan B, why not look to Malta as choice investment.   As the Rand has depreciated 20% against the Euro in the last 18 months, investing offshore offers a hedge against a depreciating rand and offers...

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