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The Maltese islands are a beautifully historic and naturally picturesque destination in the middle of the Mediterranean sea. Swimming through sunken ships, connecting with local artisans, weaving down historic streets, and basking in the sun are all apart of a trip here.
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Triq San Gwann, Il-Belt Valletta, Malta
Tourists may flock to Valletta for its incredible history and nature, but many miss St. John's Co-Cathedral, which houses the famous Caravaggio paintings "The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist" and "Saint Jerome Writing." The Cathedral is open...
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Village Fiestas are held weekly in various towns and villages across Malta. These street festivals celebrating the village patron saints, and include beautiful, colorful firework displays and processions with statues. If you're in Malta during the...
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Fomm ir-Riħ Bay, Malta
Fomm ir-Riħ Bay is a remote bay located in the north of Malta, near Bahrija. The bay and its breathtaking pebble beach are accessibly only by hike. The bay is popular with snorkelers and divers, but the views of the sea, cliffs, and lush valleys...
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Mellieha, Malta
This amazing scuba diving site is located off the Dragonara Cave, near Mellieha at Ahrax Point. This popular wreck is great for all experience levels as well. Five meters below the surface you'll go through a small entrance leading you to an...
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Triq San Gwann, Il-Belt Valletta, Malta
There are no words that can prepare you for the baroque interior of the St John's Co Cathedral in Malta. And that's a good thing, because the instant reaction as you step through the first set of doors is worth the admission price alone. I'm not...
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Għar Lapsi, Malta
After braving the Blue Lagoon and Azure Window crowds, Ghar Lapsi is the ideal spot for swimming in Malta's pristine waters. A tiny inlet and small fishing village, this is the place to experience Maltese summer like a local. The calm waters and...
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Malta's rubble walls may look simple but, when you investigate deeper, they tell a fascinating story. Built with patience and limestone, there’s nothing holding them together but the skillful stacking and weight of themselves. I saw the wall...
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Triq Il-Marfa, Il-Mellieħa, Malta
Located near Cirkewwa, this site explores the Tug Boat Rozi. The experience is great for all levels of scuba divers. MV Rozi was a Bristol built tugboat launched in 1958 as the Rossmore by Charles Hill & Sons Ltd. In 1969 she was sold to Rea...
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Marina St, Marsalforn, Malta
After visiting the Ta Mena Winery and farms on Gozo I completed my farm-to-table experience in Marsalforn, a little fishing village along the sea. The Ta Mena Farm runs the restaurant Il-Kartell and supplies the fresh produce and wines they have...
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58 South St, Valletta, Malta
The coffee is good, but it is Prego's design that will capture you. Furnished in 1964 and left intact since, the shop provides a beautifully simple, warm feeling when you walk in. You can stand and have a coffee at the bar or take a seat at the...
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Dragonara Road St. Julian's MT STJ, 3143, St Julian's, Malta
Quadro is one of the most popular restaurants in Malta. It's perfect for an elegant night out; the venue is open and airy with gorgeous views of the sea. The fresh, Mediterranean, seafood-centric fare changes as often as the the tide.
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143 St Domnic Street, Valletta VLT 1605, Malta
Wander off the main street, lose the tourists, and head up the hilly side streets to find Nenu. This artisan bakery is downstairs in a restored, classic bakery that was refurbished to preserve the art of Maltese baking. I enjoyed the the Ftira...
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St Paul's Bay, Malta
Sam Cremona was a former gemologist turned olive-ologist; he is actually an olive oil sommelier! Cremona spearheading a project to cultivate and bring indigenous olives back to Malta and put them on the olive oil map of the world. He’s giving away...