Europe’s Haunted Island


The Haunted Island in Europe Malta is possibly one of Europe’s most haunted islands. Thanks to the long history of the island there are many stories that have been passed from generation to generation such as the blue lady, the cat and many more ghost stories. The Black knight at …

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The Honeymoon Cave and other caves

Blue Grotto (3) Mario Galea

The Blue Grotto Caves in Malta The Blue Grotto at Wied iz-Zurrieq is in the south of Malta, located in a small narrow harbour in the cliffs. A sight to see are the caves, the clear water and reflective flourescent colours so do not forget your camera. It all started …

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Traditional European Fishing Village

Traditional Maltese Boat - Tal-Pass (10) Franklin Balzan

Marsaxlokk – The South Port Marsaxlokk is a fishing village in the South of Malta, famous for the fish market on Sundays. The locals in Marsaxlokk worked as fishermen in the past and still do to this day. Marsaxlokk is a charming village with its traditional, painted Luzzus, tasty fish …

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Islam in Malta


Islam in Malta Mosque The Mosque in Paola was founded in 1978, located on Corradino hill. The Mosque is called the Islamic Centre of Paola, where the Muslim community in Malta practice their religion. From Byzantine to Muslim rule 870 to 1090 Islam was introduced by the North African Aglabids …

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Our Favourite Beaches in Malta

Paradise Bay

Sandy and Rocky Beaches in Malta Golden Bay Golden Bay is also known as Golden sands, as it is filled with golden sand, it is one of the most popular sandy beaches in the north of the island among locals and tourists alike. The bay offers amenities such as restaurants, …

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Our Favourite Beaches in Gozo

Wied il-Ghasri (2) Leslie Vella

Beaches in Gozo Ramla l-hamra Ramla L-hamra is a reddish sandy beach in Gozo, one of the beautiful beaches. Ramla Bay is set in a curved bay with rocky cliffs on each side. This beach is very popular with local families, tourists, snorkelers so it tends to be crowded in …

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5 Must see Churches in Malta

Mosta Church Exterior (10) Rene Rossignaud

Churches in Malta Mosta Church The Mosta Dome is the third largest unsupported dome in the world. The Church is dedicated to the Asumption of the Virgin Mary, or known as the Rotunda of Sta Marija Assunta. The dome was designed by a Maltese Architect Giorgio de Vasse, built between …

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5 Must see churches in Gozo

Ta Pinu - Gozo Church (4)

Churches in Gozo Ta’ Pinu Basilica In 1883, a woman from Gharb heard a voice calling her to recite prayers at the chapel that occupied the site at the time. It was then that the chapel was extended and built to become a Basilica dedicated to the intercession of Our …

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5 Southern European foods you must eat

pan fried lampuki

Dine in Malta and experience Southern Europe Mahi Mahi, Dolphin fish or as the locals call it Lampuki Locally caught fresh lampuki are some of the most sought after fish worldwide and one of the most expensive especially in the US; in Malta they are a staple food during their …

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5 Places to go for a walk off the beaten path

Dingli Cliffs Aerial View (42)

Countryside walks in Malta Ghar lapsi It is situated just outside Siggiewi. Ghar lapsi means Ascension Cave as the local fishermen who named it built a shrine. This place offers a natural cove surrounded by beautiful scenery offering swimmers a safe sheltered swim. In the winter months, Ghar lapsi is …

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