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Top Coworking Spaces in Malta

30 EUR /d
Grand Central, Valletta

Grand Central


An amazing coworking site with stunning roof terrace, members lounge and all services. No long tie in or large up-front p... More

20 EUR /d
Cocohub Malta - Coliving x Coworking x Friends, Birgu

Cocohub Malta - Coliving x Coworking x Friends



20 EUR /d
SOHO MALTA, San Giljan



Coworking space that makes you look at work in a whole different light SOHO Office provides flexible office solutions ... More

Recent reviews in Malta

I stayed at the CoCohub Malta for 2 months, and it was incredible! A fantastic building filled with bea... Show More
Daniel Goebel
I am a co-worker with my own desk - perfect. Good space. Nice folks. Great feel-good quality to working i... Show More
Con McGahon
The Cocohub in Malta is seriously one of a kind. If you are looking for a creative place, inspiring worki... Show More
Lisa Bauer
Having worked in many Co-Working spaces, Grand Central Malta is the best by far in my opinion! Why? Wel... Show More
Ravinder Deol

Where hordes of tourists run to, Malta is an archipelago floating in the Mediterranean between the North African Coast and Sicily. Blessed with a warm climate and decorated in architectural and historical monuments, it has 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites of some of the oldest freestanding structures in the world to meander around. The Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, an underground complex of burial chambers and halls created in 3600 BCE, 7 Megalithic Temples and Valletta (16th Century) known as Knights Hospitaller, a Baroque city. The country has been under the rule of the Romans, Moors, Knights of St John, the French and the British.

Officially known as the Republic of Malta, it is a South European island country that is one of the most densely populated and one of the world's smallest countries. Malta has 2 official languages, that of English and Maltese. Of its population of some 429,344 souls, 73.2% are connected to the Internet, with 62.9% sharing on Facebook. There is extensive Wi-Fi coverage in the country with most towns and villages having a Wi-Fi hot spot in their main square. Most hotels, restaurants, cafes and bars also offer connection, with guesthouses and hostels offering connection for free as well.

Malta is very much an international meet-up point with its fair share of digital entrepreneurs mooching around due to the good weather, low taxes, its business-friendly environment and low wages.

Malta as a country needs to engage its citizens to get them to interact with the Internet more than at the moment in a climate where the majority of its people have only basic digital skills.

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