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Malta International Fireworks Festival

What to do in Malta this April

We’re getting closer to summer! The weather’s getting warmer and the days are getting longer. The clocks turned forward at the end of March which means that we can enjoy the spring days even more…

History and Architecture - Ta Pinu

Spending a Day in Gozo

Gozo, the sister island is less than thirty minutes away by the Malta to Gozo ferry. The counter-island is known to be the greener and quieter of the two. There are a lot of things..

Il Guardia, Valletta.

What to do in Malta this March

We’re bidding farewell to another month and we’re already a few days into March and three months into the new year. Time flies by so fast which is why we need to make the most..

Coral Cove Restaurant

Top Foods to Devour this Easter

Since this island always sticks to its Catholic roots, Easter in Malta is very religious based. Holy Week is celebrated through processions and various religious rituals. However, a feast in Malta is not complete without..

Wied iz Zurrieq

Best Hikes to Take in Malta

Who says you cannot enjoy Malta during the winter season? Up until spring, Malta’s weather is perfect for going on hikes and walks since the sweltering heat has not kicked in yet. Although Malta’s countryside..

Malta National Aquarium

What to do on a Rainy Day in Malta

We’re constantly boasting about having sunshine all year round but, on the off days, it does get dull and dreary. Although this does not happen often, don’t let the rain spoil your fun.

Dingli cliffs

What to do in Malta this February

January is known to be the longest month. Thankfully, we’ve bid farewell to the month and we’re welcoming February with open arms. Malta is far more than simply a summer destination. February is a jam-packed..

Kinnie and Twistees

Traditional Maltese Food

If you’re planning on visiting Malta, get ready for your diet to be demolished. Our tiny island is a full-on carb overload destination. Being close to Sicily and accessible from various other Mediterranean countries, the..

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The Five Must-See Places in Malta

You’ve booked your Malta holiday and you’re coming to our little island. You’ve made the right choice. But what are the top must-sees that you NEED to see in Malta? We’re here to let you..

Manoel Theatre

Musical Performances and Theatre

As the official opening day for the European Capital of Culture is approaching various events and activities are happening around Malta, especially in the capital city of Valletta. Valletta 2018 aims to bring, even the..

The Festa in Malta

The Festa is here! Valletta 2018 is kicking off its celebrations with the traditional and local festa experience. The capital will be transformed into one big festivity, bringing diverse themes and activities onto Valletta’s streets.

Ever wished upon a shooting star? It’s your chance now!

Nothing is more peaceful than lying on your back on a warm summer night, gazing up at the stars, and seeing a meteor fly past you. La Notte di San Lorenzo is an opportunity for you to enjoy large arcs of light and colour which are called ‘fireballs’. 150 or more meteors can be visible [...]

In Guardia Parade – All year round

The In Guardia Parade  is a re-enactment that portrays an authentic event that took place regularly inside important military fortifications in Malta and Gozo. The re-enactment portrays a historical re-enactment of a full 16th century..

Malta Jazz Festival

Malta Jazz Festival

The Malta Jazz Festival is a well awaited yearly event which delights jazz fans year in year out. This year it will be running 3 to 4 days every year in July in the open-air setting..

What to do in Qawra

What to do in Malta in the town of Qawra? Qawra together with Bugibba are two coastal towns located in the Northern part of the island of Malta and are just a stone’s throw away..

10 beaches in Malta get Blue Flag status

Ten beaches in Malta have been awarded the blue flag status, one more than last year’s count. They are St George’s Bay, Fond Ghadir Bay, Westin Dragonara Hotel and Spa Beach, Qawra Bay, Bugibba Beach,..

Malta being promoted for gay travel

Recent changes in Malta law have ensured more equal rights for LGBT people  – positioning Malta as a destination for gay travel.  The Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) has recently embarked on a campaign in the US..

Diving in Malta waters

Come and explore the underwater environment found around the Maltese Islands. Different persons will surely find something to their liking, being wreck diving, diverse fish life, underwater cliffs and cave diving. For further information about..

Malta Tours & Excursions

Sunday Special Browse around the numerous market stalls beneath the impressive walls of the Valletta Bastions and try your skills at haggling. Then on to enjoy, an excellent buffet lunch with wine. A slow and..

Alarme Re-Enactment

Alarme re-enactment is a military re-enactment that portrays the historic and turbulent tenure of Malta by French troops, following Napoleon’s landing and conquest of the islands in 1798. The re-enactment gives an account of the French..

The Royal Malta Golf Club

There is always something happening in the Maltese Islands. Events relating to the world of the visual and performing arts, music, culture, sports and entertainment, Theatre performances, festivals, fairs and many other activities to suit..

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