Holly Kirkwood explores the historic Mediterranean haven of Malta, where the house market is booming
MEASURING only nine miles wide and 17 miles long, Malta is certainly small, but this Mediterranean archipelago’s strategic position meant that it was a crucial outpost for the British empire for 150 years —and there are still many links between the two countries.
‘There is a strong bond between the UK and Malta and we always have British interest in property here,’ explains Maxine Fraivillig from Malta Sotheby's International Realty (00 356 2010 8070). ‘Most of these buyers love historic properties, but there are also state-of-the-art developments, which attract business and lifestyle buyers alike.’
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March 27, 2019