Malta's public holidays 2019 represent important dates and annual events in Malta’s history. This years public holidays fall mostly during weekends. Malta bank holidays are to be observed as public holidays and it is by law that the National Flag of Malta is flown on...
The hot sunny days of summer are upon us which means that everyone is thinking of getting away, of taking a holiday, for a chance to relax and unwind for a few days. However, not everyone has enough time off to get away properly, and not everyone is excited to visit a...
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With 7,000 years of history, colourful religious festivals and archaic cathedrals, Malta is home to a truly beautiful and immersive culture. Whether you’re thinking of making the move or you’ve already relocated, here are a few essential things to know about Maltese culture and lifestyle to help you feel at home.read more
he capital city of Malta and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Valletta, has so much to offer its residents and visitors. The capital was established in the 16th century, by the Knights of St John. Primarily it was known for its museums, churches and palaces, however, nowadays, it’s also becoming a hub for high-end entertainment such as boutique hotels, lounges, shopping and fine dining restaurants.read more
For those with a love for the under-water world and adventurous spirit, learning scuba diving is a truly unique and memorable experience. Learning how to dive with a professional instructor can be extremely fun and addictive, so be warned!read more
April 2019 is packed with events and feasts that you can attend. When visiting the feasts in Malta, you will get a first-hand experience of Malta’s traditions. Furthermore, this list of events and feasts ensures that you never run out of things to do, during your stay in Malta. Whether you are a tourist, expat or local, you can enjoy these exciting events this month.read more
In Malta or Gozo, you can always find something to do, despite the country’s size! In this article you can find some of the most popular feasts and events happening in March this year. Some are not to be missed and you will get to experience the Maltese traditions, culture and history first hand.read more
Are you planning to visit Malta this year? We’re glad to let you know you’re in for many beautiful surprises. The thing about this island is that even though there are dozens of interesting things to see, the really precious ones are often located off the main path and away from the touristic crowds.
Malta and Gozo both form part of an archipelago nation in the Mediterranean sea. Malta is the largest island, the seat of government and is home to the bulk of the total population of around 450,000. Gozo is much smaller in every sense, being around 67 square kilometres and home to around 32,000 people. The only other inhabited island in the archipelago is Comino.
Malta is a fascinating country to visit, with a culture and style all of its own. Visit Malta and relax on the beach, explore history, or enjoy the festivals. There is plenty to do so take a look at what you prefer.
Boutique Hotels are the new accommodation concept to hit the Maltese islands. Unlike their chain competitors, boutique hotels provide a unique and intimate atmosphere to their visitors. Travellers or even residents wanting something quieter than Malta, might want to look at boutique hotels in Gozo.
In Malta or Gozo, you can always find something to do, despite the country’s size! In this article you can find some of the most popular feasts and events happening in March this year. Some are not to be missed and you will get to experience the Maltese traditions, culture and history first hand.