Things To Do in Malta

Sliema Promenade

Why Sliema is the Place to be

Sliema is one of Malta’s most popular towns. It is always hustling and bustling with activity. No wonder we consider it as the place to be, all day and every day. So, what makes this town so special?

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Comino and Blue Lagoon

The Top 12 Blue Flag Malta Beaches

It’s safe to say that you won’t get bored this summer! Twelve Blue flag Malta beaches are considered safe and of high quality according to the International Blue Flag eco label for Sustainable Development.

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Mdina Festival

Medieval Mdina Festival

For the 10th year running, Medieval Mdina Festival is back for its two full days of magic at Malta’s silent city of Mdina. The festival in 2018 will be held on the 5th and 6th of May during which there will be re-enactments, spectacular knights in battle, Medieval markets and music, falconry, exhibitions, food and more!

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AX The Palace - Lebanese Night

Visiting The Tabloid for Lebanese Night

Even though you’re on your holiday in Malta, traditional Maltese food is not the only cuisine you can taste, especially if you’re staying at AX The Palace. Themed nights happen at The Tabloid in abundance and Lebanese Night might just be one of our favourites (but shh don’t tell the others!).

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Strawberry Festival

This Weekend: The Strawberry Festival

Mgarr is one of the most picturesque villages in Malta. Located in the west of Mosta, Mgarr is rich in agriculture, farmland and vineyards. For twelve years, a special event has been happening in the heart of this rural village – Festa Frawli, The Strawberry Festival. This festival captures the hearts of both locals and tourists alike and it’s all happening this Sunday on the 8th of April, 2018.

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