With over 2,000 of viticultural heritage, Malta is becoming a winemaking country to watch, despite being one of the smallest in Europe.
Thinking of dining alfresco during your stay? Here are our favourite 8 open-air restaurants in Malta.
From Roman ruins to ancient early burial chambers, join us in discovering some of the most sacred and primal ancient sites in Malta.
From ancient Roman ruins, to national parks and mysterious underground dungeons, here are our recommendations if you’re travelling to Malta with kids.
Photo: © Juan Monino/iStock/Thinkstock From crumbling castles to ancient forts, all the way to narrow cobbled streets and hidden passageways, Malta is full of picturesque locations in which to sample some of the island’s finest vintages. [...]
Photo: Ballutta Bay, St Julians © nullplus/iStock Locals and seasoned visitors may already know where to find the most stunning vistas in Malta, but for those who are struggling to stay on the fitness wagon while [...]
Malta is as surprising at face value as it is underground. Here is a selection of some of the most impressive caves in Malta.
Thinking about taking the plunge during your stay in Malta? We’ve suited up and given it a go, and these are the places we loved the most.
Set in the heart of the Mediterranean, with a hefty dose of seafood on most menus, it should come as no surprise that Malta is considered as one of Europe’s foremost fishing destinations.
If you’re looking to get away from it all during your stay in Malta, here’s our inside guide to the island’s most secluded beaches.
This year it’s all about setting out on undiscovered paths and discovering wonderful locations that make Malta unique.
Malta is already beautiful from the ground, but there’s nothing quite like a bird’s-eye view of the islands. From microlight gliders to parasailing over St George’s Bay, there are several ways to admire Malta from above.
Summer in Malta is the most eventful time of the year, bringing together both locals and tourists in a flurry of colour and festivities.