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Malta’s Favourite Dishes

Malta’s Favourite Dishes


Posted By on Jul 7, 2016

Our maltese cuisine is typically Mediterranean and it can be traced back to Sicilian, French and North African cuisines. However we are also influenced by British cuisine and we do love our cup of tea at tea time. Here are a few of our favourite Maltese meals, both swee read more

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Neptune Makes the news!

Neptune Makes the news!


Posted By on Jun 30, 2016

The following article was printed in the Times of Malta newspaper on Saturday 22nd November 1952. It was written only a few years after Neptune was built and while it was still used as a fishing boat. Now this traditional Maltese fishing boat is being chartered and can read more

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The Maltese language evolved as an Arabic dialect and is an official language of the European Union. Malta is the EU’s smallest state made up of 450,000 native speakers. It was granted official status in 2004, after joining the EU. During the Middle Ages, the Maltese la read more

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Popular Dive Sites in Malta

Popular Dive Sites in Malta


Posted By on Jun 18, 2016

I am a huge fan of diving, sea life and going on new adventures. Today I thought I’d share my top five diving sites around the Maltese islands. There are of course so many other dive spots that are definitely worth visiting and we would love to hear from you and find ou read more

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Snorkelling in Malta

Snorkelling in Malta


Posted By on Jan 9, 2016

Some may think of snorkelling as the poor man’s diving but this is not the case in the Maltese Islands. The sheltered bays and crystal clear waters are home to a variety of marine flora and fauna which are so easily accessed by land or by boat. In fact, snorkelling in M read more

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Comino, the tiny island measure less than 4 square kilometres and home to a permanent population of just four people, is nonetheless one of the most popular tourist destinations of the Maltese archipelago. This largely due to its spectacular inlet, the Blue Lagoon, whic read more

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