28 January 2020 No Comments

The Malta Carnival 2020

600 years of carnival spirit in Malta and still going strong, the Malta carnival 2020 is set to be another thrilling week full of entertainment and spectacular celebrations. This year’s carnival starts on the Friday

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27 January 2020 No Comments

If you’re looking for something special for your Valentine then why not try a romantic short break abroad.

Why go to Malta for Valentines

Lets start with how easy Malta is to get to, there are a number of flights to

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30 October 2019 No Comments

When on holiday some people like to down tools and relax for a week by the beach, drink and eat good food. All that is available on Malta and Gozo but many also like to see the sights and

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05 March 2019 No Comments

Top 10 reasons to Easter Holiday in Malta

Atmosphere

Easter is a chance to dive into the culture of the Maltese islands and experience something very special. Eat, drink, dance and celebrate, join the street processions and enjoy the friendly

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28 July 2018 No Comments

Throughout the Summer feasts are held all across Malta celebrating various patron saints. Towns and villages turn into vibrant carnival like atmosphere’s.

Main streets are decorated with a variety of colourful banners, flags and

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08 May 2018 No Comments

Malta may be a small island but it’s huge when it comes to culture, history and heritage!

Heritage Malta is the national agency for museums, conservation practice and cultural heritage. Their mission is to ensure that elements of cultural heritage

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14 March 2018 No Comments

A small island located in the centre of the Mediterranean, Malta has a great reputation for providing some incredible seafood with it’s waters teeming with fish. This means that Malta is also a fantastic place for fishing fans!

The

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12 December 2017 No Comments

Marsascala was once a sleepy fishing hamlet – practically a remote outpost of the town of Zabbar a couple of miles up the road. Its idyllic location – nestled at the end of a valley and opening on to

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30 November 2017 No Comments

The British Empire colonised Malta at the beginning of the 19th century – soon after the Knights of St. John ceded the islands to Napoleon’s forces in 1798; and which were in turn forced to flee the islands after

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20 November 2017 No Comments

The small seaside village of Kalkara and is all too often overlooked by people who visit the nearby three walled cities of the Cottonera. Lying just outside and on the furthest

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