Recipe Monday – Salt Cod Fritters

Ingredients 500g salt cod 50g plain flour 1tsp baking power Pinch of salt Lemon Juice 2 cloves of garlic, crushed Method Soak the cod in cold water overnight, discard and replace the water sever times (soak during the day so you don't have to wake up at night 🙂 ) Make the batter and add … Continue reading Recipe Monday – Salt Cod Fritters

Recipe Monday – Mushroom Risotto

Ingredients olive oil 1 large onion, chopped 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 300g chestnut mushrooms, sliced 400gr arborio rice 2 glasses dry white wine 1.5 liters/2 pints hot vegetable stock 2 tbsp chopped fresh parsley 1 knob butter Salt and freshly ground black pepper 120g grated Parmesan cheese Freshly grated Parmesan, to serve Method Heat … Continue reading Recipe Monday – Mushroom Risotto

Recipe Monday – Savoury Muffins

Muffins lovers? This recipe is for you! Ingredients 2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup yogurt 1/4 cup olive oil and 2 eggs 1 teaspoon turmeric Some dried thyme Parsley Finely chopped tomatoes Turkey ham Chopped cheese Grated and a crushed garlic clove Method In … Continue reading Recipe Monday – Savoury Muffins

Recipe Monday – Summer Pasta Salad (vegetarian)

Ingredients: 1 medium eggplant chopped 4 tomatoes 1 red onion into quarters 5 cloves of garlic 250g pasta Spinach Leaves Olive Oil Balsamic vingear Fresh Gbejna (optional) Method: Put into a slightly greased oven pan. Throw in of garlic (unpeeled). Drizzle 1 tablespoon of olive oil, salt and pepper Roast at 180ºC for 1 hour … Continue reading Recipe Monday – Summer Pasta Salad (vegetarian)

8 Picturesque Chapels around Malta

  One cannot picture Malta without picturing churches and chapels, monumental proof of the island’s deep Catholic roots. It is said that there are 365 churches and chapels around the islands, one for every day of the year. Most of these religious temples are sky-high, adorned with imposing columns and great domes and steeples. Yet … Continue reading 8 Picturesque Chapels around Malta

Recipe Monday – Cannelloni with Mozzarella, Spinach and Parmesan

Ingredients 1 jar of ready-made tomato sauce 250g fresh spinach leaves 1 packet of cannelloni 1 tub fresh cream 150g freshly grated Parmaggiano Reggiano 200g mozzarella (sliced) 1 large white onion (chopped and softened in olive oil) Large whole black Maltese olives and basil 2 garnish Method Pour the tomato sauce into an ovenproof dish … Continue reading Recipe Monday – Cannelloni with Mozzarella, Spinach and Parmesan

Mellieha (Video)

Located in the northern part of the island, Mellieha is not only about its magnificent views and beautiful sandy beaches. Old churches, a 16th-century sanctuary, quaint village streets, and perfectly preserved WWII shelters are only a few of the attractions which make up this unique location. The village is surrounded by crystal clear waters as … Continue reading Mellieha (Video)

Which property best fits your holiday personality?

Choosing a holiday home is very much like choosing your own home – this will be the place you will spend time in when you’re not out exploring when you need to rest your head after a day touring around the island. Some might choose this abode haphazardly, not giving it much thought. Yet there … Continue reading Which property best fits your holiday personality?

6 Reasons to rent a villa in Malta

When you work hard, you deserve to play even harder - that’s why we do things like book holidays, treat ourselves to a bit of shopping, buy a new car, enjoy fancy dinners or cheeky days at the spa, isn’t it? If you’re visiting Malta this summer, rest and sun-soaked relaxation are the absolute order … Continue reading 6 Reasons to rent a villa in Malta

5 Things to do during your Christmas Holidays in Malta

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

9 Things you didn’t know about The Three Cities

If you’re visiting Malta for the first time, you’ll probably already know about our stunning capital, Valletta, and the ever-enchanting ‘Silent City’ Mdina; but don’t forget about Vittoriosa, Senglea, and Cospicua - also known as The Three Cities! If you look out over the Grand Harbour from Valletta’s Upper Barrakka Gardens, you’ll see the imposing … Continue reading 9 Things you didn’t know about The Three Cities

Recycling in Malta- All you need to know

Are you staying in Malta for a while? Want to recycle, but cannot figure out the local recycling system? Then keep reading; this article will explain all you need to know about recycling in Malta. First things first- why recycle? Recycling conserves our natural resources, meaning that products are recycled in order to make new … Continue reading Recycling in Malta- All you need to know

5 Important Tips for Families Travelling to Malta

Travelling is a wonderful way for families to bond. In our article ’The Psychology of the Family Holiday’ we explain that families who travel once in a while are more likely to find ways to get along, come up with solutions to all sorts of problems and conflicts, and feel much more love between family … Continue reading 5 Important Tips for Families Travelling to Malta

8 Tips for a more stress-free holiday

Travelling is arguably one of the most enriching things you could do with your time and money From the moment you book your flights and pencil that all-important date into your diary, the excitement starts to build and your mind is quickly filled with vibrant images of all the sights you’ll see and things you’ll … Continue reading 8 Tips for a more stress-free holiday

6 Things to pack if you’re visiting Malta this Autumn

Autumn in Malta might not be as clear a season at it is in other parts of the world, but it still makes the island feel that little bit more magical than usual. The weather’s definitely cooling down and everyone’s in the mood to go out a little more and enjoy everything the season has … Continue reading 6 Things to pack if you’re visiting Malta this Autumn

What to do in Sliema and St. Julians- a Day’s Guide

Sliema is a coastal town located in the Northern region of Malta, overlooking the capital city, Valletta. Along the Sliema seafront, you will find the neighbouring town of St. Julians. Although neighbouring, both towns serve different purposes- whilst Sliema showcases the "dolce vita", with leisure activities such as beaches, shopping, cafés, and sea views, St. … Continue reading What to do in Sliema and St. Julians- a Day’s Guide

7 Reasons to Visit Malta this Summer

What is it about a Maltese summer that has thousands of tourists and travellers flocking to this side of the Mediterranean each year? Some visitors love our sun-kissed island so much, they never leave and decide to make Malta or Gozo their permanent home! So let’s take a cheeky look at just 7 top reasons … Continue reading 7 Reasons to Visit Malta this Summer

Explore our Italian Neighbour Island- Sicliy

If you're on holiday in Malta, and you fancy a holiday within a holiday, look no further. Fun Malta offers you the Sicily Tour, a one day trip of a lifetime. Sicily happens to be the largest island within the Mediterranean Sea,  surrounded by other smaller  yet equally beautiful islands. It is home to Mount … Continue reading Explore our Italian Neighbour Island- Sicliy

How to Pack like a Pro: 6 Quick Tips

Let’s be honest – packing is probably the most annoying part of any holiday, no matter where you’re going. Some of us are packing ninjas, able to get organised and sort out a suitcase at a moment’s notice without breaking a sweat. Most of us mere mortals, however, need a little help – and possibly … Continue reading How to Pack like a Pro: 6 Quick Tips

Everything You Can do in Buġibba

Located in the North East part of Malta, Buġibba is definitely known for its charm. It’s one of those areas that saw rapid development in the 1960s, and quickly became a major attraction in the islands. That being said, we feel like this particular village isn’t always given its due attention. It’s easy to overlook … Continue reading Everything You Can do in Buġibba

NYE Parties You Can’t Miss

New Year's Eve in Malta - what to do, where to go to celebrate the start of the New Year while in Malta.