Sunsets are a gift at the end of each day, and Malta is surely blessed with some great spots where these daily marvels can be viewed. The best sunsets in Malta can be seen from the Western side of the islands, West being the direction in which the sun sets. Watching sunsets is a perfect … Continue reading Best places for sunset watching on the Maltese Islands
After that disappointing Eurovision result (sob), Malta needs a little pick-me-up: the entire Isle of MTV lineup has been revealed, and all your favourite artists will be arriving on the 27th of June! Here’s all you need to know about the artists who will be joining Like Mike and Dimitri Vegas in this year’s open … Continue reading Isle of MTV 2018 – All Acts Announced!
Stumped on what gifts to get for family and friends after a memorable trip to The Maltese Islands? This week we bring you 8 artisanal gifts that are unique as much as they are representative of Malta and Gozo’s arts, crafts and cultural heritage to give and share back home. Read on! Filigree Jewellery As … Continue reading Artisanal Gifts – Taking a Piece of The Maltese Islands Back Home
Located on Malta’s west coast, Dingli Cliffs are the highest point on the island standing at 253m above sea level. The cliffs are perfect for peaceful walks while admiring the stunning panoramic views and an endless horizon. It’s hard to describe the beauty of this location at sunset and visiting at this time is highly … Continue reading Dingli Cliffs (Video)
Galletti Ingredients: 1kg self-raising flour 1 tsp salt 50g fresh yeast 1 tsp sugar 1 cup warm water 60g melted butter Extra warm water Method: 1. Dissolve the yeast and the sugar in a cup of warm water until the mixture is frothy. 2. Mix the flour and the salt in a large bowl and … Continue reading Recipe Monday- Maltese snacks
Malta - the small island with a very big personality indeed. One of the things we love most about our three sun-drenched pieces of Mediterranean paradise is this: no matter how many times you’ve visited, or how long you have lived here, there is always something new to discover. From technicolour sunsets that need no … Continue reading 10 #Malta posts that’ll make you fall in love
Nothing beats the smell of freshly baked Maltese bread. Locally referred to as ‘Hobz tal-Malti’, Maltese bread tastes like no other bread in the world! We have followed the bread baking process at Falzon Bakery in Rabat who are still following an old recipe and bake their bread inside a traditional wood fired oven. … Continue reading Il-Ħobż tal-Malti – Maltese Bread (Video)
Whether you’re planning and booking a well-deserved mini-break or organising the round-the-world adventure of your dreams, knowing where you’re going to rest your weary feet and recharge after another action-packed day is often a top priority for travellers and tourists alike. Opting for short-let accommodation in Malta is a great, cost-effective way to make sure … Continue reading What to look for when renting your holiday accommodation
May in Malta means endless days of golden, Mediterranean sunshine to warm the soul and tan your skin. It means seeing those early-birds already hitting our beautiful beaches for their first swim of the year, and it means everyone and their nanna is out and about excited to get the very most out of yet … Continue reading What’s on in Malta this May?
Diving with Bluefin Tuna is a truly breathtaking experience which is only available in Malta. Fish can reach over 400kg…being circled by hundreds of these harmless magnificent tuna provides a unique sensation you will never forget! Visit FunMalta.com to book your next unforgettable experience!
We are hiring! Shortletsmalta Limited is seeking to recruit Guest Relations Host to make our clients feel welcome and ensure their pleasant and comfortable stay in our properties! Main Duties: ✔️ Ensure that the booked accommodation is in top shape prior to the clients' arrival; ✔️ Meeting and greeting guests upon arrival at their apartment … Continue reading We are hiring! Guest Relations Host Vacancy
Caponata, a Sicilian and also a Maltese Dish must not be confused with the French Ratatouille. Both use aubergine, but Caponata is flavored with sugar and vinegar whilst in Ratatouille, these ingredients do not feature. Although Sicilian, in Malta, Kapunata is very popular especially in the hot summer months when eaten chilled with fresh crusty … Continue reading Kapunata Maltija (Maltese caponata )
Thinking about visiting Malta in the spring? Well if you’re not you definitely should be! Experiencing the island around this time of the year means that you’ll be in for a Mediterranean treat. The Maltese spring is generally warmer than most, and there’s a pretty solid chance you’ll see many of the locals jumping at … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Visit Malta in Spring
After all the presents have been unwrapped, chocolates have been eaten, and bottles of wine and champagne have been drained dry, it’s hard to imagine that there could be any more fun to be had over the Christmas season! But let’s not forget about the other days of Christmas break – sure, we don't all … Continue reading 5 Things to do during your Christmas Holidays in Malta
Our dads are some of the most special persons in our lives. They give us life, they care for us in our early years (and sometimes even much later), and they give us wise and sage advice whenever we need it - sometimes even when we don't, but they always have our best intentions at … Continue reading 6 Ideas for Father’s Day in Malta
You might have never thought so, but Malta has definitely had its fair share of celebrities over the years, and some of them have had a substantial impact even on an international level. There have also been plenty of celebrities and rising stars with Maltese blood in them, like Britney Spears, Bryan Adams, and Tash … Continue reading A Few of Malta’s Celebrities
A lot of our articles seem to be focused on telling our readers about opportunities through which they can learn about our beloved Malta. Why don’t we spice things up, and tell you about the opportunities in which you can learn about literally anything else? If you want to take up a new skill, a … Continue reading Unique Learning Opportunities in Malta this May and June
Mothers. Sometimes, they can drive you up the wall, or nag you to the four corners of the earth. Little disputes here and there are inevitable with your mum. Regardless of all of that, your mother will always be one of the most important people in your life; perhaps the person who will always mean … Continue reading How to Treat Your Mother in Malta this Mother’s Day
With the first of April just around the corner, it’s time for something a little bit more light-hearted on our end. We wouldn’t say that Malta has a very strong April Fool’s culture here, although if you’ve been here enough you’ll know that the Maltese have a very specific brand of humour that’s witty and … Continue reading Some Pranks to Try in Malta this April Fool’s Day
How the mighty have fallen, as they say! The Azure Window had been a national treasure for years – so it’s no wonder that its collapse has led to such dismay. If you’ve been living under a rock (we apologise for the pun, but it was inevitable), the Azure Window, known also as the Dwejra … Continue reading Natural Wonders in Malta and Gozo that Aren’t the Azure Window
When you next fancy a walk in Malta, skip the greener areas and instead opt for a stroll in one of Malta’s seaside cities, like Marsaxlokk. You’ll inevitably be enthralled by the abundance of boats everywhere – boats that you might only have seen before on postcards. We’re not talking about luxurious yachts and speed … Continue reading Showboating Our Traditional Maltese Boats
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