Restaurants in the North of Malta – Eating out in St.Paul’s Bay & Mellieha

Malta’s northern region is well-known for its golden sandy beaches, holiday-like semblance and seaside villages. In the winter, the quiet atmosphere that’s found in the area contrasts from that of Malta’s bustling capital city, Valletta. But as the spring season hits the island and the sun’s rays brightly light up the sky, the sleepy town […]

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Restaurants in Gozo – A Taste of Gozitan Cuisine

With a myriad of historic sites to visit, lots of restaurants to dine at and great beaches to bask in, it’s no wonder that Malta is one of the most loved holiday getaways. And just a 20 minute ferry boat away is Malta’s sister island, Gozo, a place which has earned a soft spot in […]

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Restaurants in Sliema & St.Julians – Eating at Malta’s Hotspots

Located in the Northern Harbour region are two coastal towns by the names of Sliema and St.Julian’s that are renowned as go-to-s­­pots for entertainment amongst Maltese youth, foreigners and even the older generation. Of course, part of this area’s main attractions are its m­yriad of shops, restaurants with varying cuisines as well as its long […]

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Places to visit and things to do in Malta

Over the years the leisure traveller to Malta has changed their profile in no small way and whereas in the past the tendency was to cater for a tourist who is mostly attracted by sun and sea, today the tourism industry is aware that visitors to Malta want more from their stay.  Travellers want more […]

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Restaurants in Valletta – Eating out in Malta’s Capital City

Valletta may be Europe’s smallest capital, but the city offers far more charm and allure than you could possibly imagine. During the day it’s bustling with life when many can be seen rushing to work, grabbing a quick bite to eat, darting in and out of shops and exploring all that the fortified city has […]

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Restaurants in Mdina, Rabat and Dingli

Perched on a plateau in the north part of the island is an area that is frequently earmarked by locals and tourists as a place to enjoy a relaxing day out visiting sites and dining at some of the best restaurants the island has to offer. Indeed, the area we’re talking about consists of none […]

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The Sky’s the Limit for Malta’s DMCs

There are many factors that shape an ideal conference destination. Accessibility and price of course are key. Accommodation, venues and the very make up of the entire country itself are crucial. But a country is nothing without its people and in the MICE industry a destination is nothing without a strong army of destination management […]

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