Popeye Village

Popeye Village, situated in Anchor Bay (Mellieħa), is the only still standing film set in all of Europe. Popeye Village, built in 1979 for the musical movie POPEYE, is nowadays considered as a live tribute to the late Robin Williams, the actor who played the one eyed sailor – which, coincidently, was his first movie […]

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The Malta Experience

Malta’s first and foremost audiovisual attraction; the show covers 7000 years of history in 45 minutes. From the early settlers of the temple period and the Knights of the Great Siege, through to the destruction of World War 2 and the island’s accession into the European Union. Through beautiful imagery, a gripping commentary in 17 […]

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Playmobil FunPark

The Playmobil Fun Park in Malta was created with the aim of providing an opportunity for children and their carers to interact with Playmobil’s range of figures and play-sets in a fun-filled and safe environment. The Playmobil Fun Park comprises both an internal as well as external play area. Specific theme-oriented zones full of Playmobil […]

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The Magro Food Village

The Magro Brothers firm has been in the food trade in Gozo since 1916. One of the main attractions at the Magro Food Village is the tomato processing. The tomato season is on during July and August. Besides the tomato factory, the Village houses a cheese-making centre and yogurt facility. The range includes traditional Gozitan […]

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Fort Rinella

Fort Rinella is Malta’s only historic fort open to the public and one of the liveliest visitor attractions around. It was built by the British in the late 19th century to house the gigantic Armstrong 100-ton gun. This gun was the first ever mechanically operated gun and also the largest ever built. It fired a […]

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Malta at War Museum

The Malta at War Museum (MAW) is located at Couvre de Porte, Vittoriosa (Birgu). The museum stands to document the great ordeal which the brave people of Malta and their defenders have endured during the dark days of the Malta Blitz (1940-43) in WW2. The museum is housed in an 18th-century army barracks which served […]

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Saluting Battery

Located high along Valletta’s eastern historic ramparts, the Saluting Battery enjoys unrivalled spectacular views of the Grand Harbour and its surrounding fortified towns. It is also perhaps the oldest saluting battery still in operation anywhere in the world. Following a lull of almost half a century, this battery is back in use following an extensive […]

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