About Us


We bring together stakeholders with an interest in Mediterranean tourism to work on collective action relevant to the people and creating the right conditions for peace and stability.  


We bring together a network of universities and institutes working together on education initiatives related to Mediterranean Training and inter-culture.


We support initiatives which aim to offer further sustainable development initiatives to people working across the Mediterranean hospitality and tourism sector.

Our Projects

Andrea Bocelli TV Special 2020

The world renowned tenor Andrea Bocelli, in collaboration with the Mediterranean Tourism Foundation and the Malta Tourism Foundation, participated in a musical project which was…
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An online continuous professional development programme for anyone in Malta interested to pursue or improve a career in the tourism and hospitality sector, with a special focus on quality.


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Mediterranean Tourism Foundation


Mediterranean Observer News

- Mediterranean Observer
No Quarantine for Fully Jabbed US and EU Travellers to England

People who are fully vaccinated from the EU and US will not need to quarantine when arriving in England, the BBC has been told. Currently, people who have been fully… [...]

- Mediterranean Observer
Morocco Archaeologists Team announces Major Stone Age Find

The site dates back 1.3 million years Archaeologists in Morocco have announced the discovery of North Africa’s oldest Stone Age hand-axe manufacturing site, dating back 1.3 million years, an international… [...]

- Mediterranean Observer
Why you can Test Positive for COVID-19 despite being Vaccinated

Many people who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus believe that they won’t catch COVID-19 since they got the shots. Let’s see how realistic that belief is. Thousands of so-called… [...]

- Mediterranean Observer
Greece | Next 4 Weeks Crucial for Greek Tourism, Says Minister

Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis sees the next four weeks as “crucial” for Greek tourism. Speaking on state radio ERT on Tuesday, Theoharis said the Tourism Ministry’s greatest concern at… [...]

- Mediterranean Observer
2,300-year-old Fish Skeletons found in Turkey’s Mediterranean Coast

Locals of Patara ancient city ate tuna fish, sea bream in 3rd century BC, says expert Fish skeletons dating back to more than 2,000 years ago have been discovered in… [...]

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