Events in Malta

The main religious festivals Maltese are derived, such as those for the celebration of their patron saint. On the occasion of these festivities are held true scales of festivals with music, fireworks...

Climate and Weather in Malta

Malta enjoys a typical Mediterranean weather, with mild winters, dry and hot summers and an average rate of 300 sunny days per year. This makes Malta a pleasant destination all year round. The high s...

How to move around Malta

Road traffic The Maltese road network is made up of about 1400 km of generally narrow and tortuous streets. Driving is on the left, like in Great Britain. Bus a Malta The majority of crossroads is or...

Maltese Cuisine

Maltese cuisine is an interesting mix of Sicilian, Italian, African, English and Mediterranean cuisine. Among the main courses there are delicious fish soups (’”aljotta” and “soppa ...

Valletta, the City of the Knights

The capital city of Malta is situated on the Sceberras peninsula which divides into two basins the complex system of coves and bays constituting the Marsamxett Harbour on north-west, and the Grand Ha...

Mdina

Situated on the central-west hills at 190 m a.s.l., the former capital of the island is rich of history. This is the city with the most well preserved and untouched urban frame of Malta, with beautif...

St. Mary (la Rotunda)

St. Mary (la Rotunda) is a parish church dedicated to the Assumption. It Is situated in Mosta, one of the biggest villages on the island, in the middle of Malta. The church is known on the island as ...

The megalithic temples of Malta and Gozo

Documents on the temples, coming from unknown civilizations, are already certified by 3800 B.C., and they are all characterized by an unmistakable plant with lobed cells. Here is a list of temples on...

Malta Hotels

On the island of Malta, there are many places of artistic and tourist resorts. During a vacation on the island can stay in one of the major or choose various structures depending on where you want to...