Call us today: +44 (0) 20 3551 6634
People who are considering relocating abroad might want to consider Malta since the island offers a "perfect life", according to recent suggestions.
International Living Magazine recently named Malta as the third best place in the world to live in terms of quality of life.
Just the US and New Zealand ranked ahead of it. The Malta Times approved of the ranking and highlighted the warm weather and a host of other factors that make the destination ideal for expatriates to retire to.
"Low crime rates [and] good medical facilities" could prove particularly tempting to people who are considering their healthcare when moving abroad.
Speaking to the Times, one expat explained that "every day is like a holiday" on Malta, due to the "history, sunshine, serene sailing and crashing waves along rocky shores".
Moving abroad? Get a free quote for your international medical insurance online.
© Expatriate Healthcare
Expatriate Group.Delmon House,36-38 Church Road,Burgess Hill,West Sussex,RH15 9AE
Registered Address.35 Ballards Lane,London,N3 1XW
Tel: +44 (0)20 3551 6634Fax: +44 (0)870 428 5141Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Short Term Healthcare Insurance
Travel Medical Insurance One Way Travel Insurance Single Trip Travel Insurance Annual Multi-Trip Travel Insurance Non UK Resident Travel Insurance Business Travel Insurance
About Us Useful Links Leave a Review Our Awards The Press Room Satisfaction Survey Downloads Legal Notice Underwriters Hospital List
Emergency Assistance information Short-Term Healthcare Working Abroad Insurance Thailand Health Insurance
Register as an Intermediary Opportunities for Brokers
Expatriate Group & Expatriate Healthcare are trading styles of Strategic Insurance Services Limited who is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). FCA Firm reference Number is 307133. Strategic Insurance Services Limited is authorised to carry on Regulated Activities in accordance with the permissions granted by the FCA under PART IV of the Financial Services and Markets ACT 2000.