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
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
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
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
Set discreetly behind a high wall in one of Malta’s loveliest residential streets – Saint Anthony Street in Attard – is one of Malta’s truly ‘hidden ‘gems – Villa Bologna.
Villa Bologna is a privately
If you’ve ever been to Malta you’ve probably been inside it, or at worst drove or been driven past it. If you have yet to visit Malta you’ve probably heard about it and
Hidden away between the busy Valletta suburbs of Floriana and Pieta, Sa Maison is a small public garden which is quite unlike any other in Malta. The garden gets its name from
The two mile stretch of coast from Mgarr Harbour to Qala Point is known for one of Gozo’s favourite beaches. The tiny cove of Hondoq ir-Rummien is the beach of choice
It is probably one of the tiniest walled cities in the world but that doesn’t mean Birgu doesn’t make merry in a very big way. Despite its minuscule size Birgu celebrates
The village of Lija lies more or less in the centre of the island of Malta and has always been closely associated with the two neighbouring villages of Attard and Balzan – collectively