January 9, 2014 Editor

Where do you think is the best place to retire?

According to an article published on The Telegraph (UK), at the peak of their Top 10 Places to Retire Abroad, sits the island of Malta.

As one of the smallest states in the world, Malta is also one of the most densely populated countries on earth – for good reason, too. With more than 3,100 hours of sunshine a year, an average temperature of 19°C and English as a first language for most people, it’s no surprise that many Britons flock to the Mediterranean archipelago. An interest in history, architecture, Mediterranean cuisine and love for anything related to the sea, would help residents here, but its small size could become a problem over the longer term.

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