Posts in Malta
Best Boutique Hotels in Malta and Gozo

There is something wonderfully enchanting about Malta. Diverse landscapes complemented with an incredibly rich and mixed heritage (due to a long line of rulers that took over) - it is certainly a unique island in the Mediterranean that is set between Sicily and the caost of North Africa. Original housing and palazzos have cave-like interiors and Maltese balconies, and places such as the 16th-century masterpiece Grandmasters’ Palace and the Sacra Infermeria is an immediate step back in time.

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Postcards from Malta

Malta is ideally located just below the Italian island of Sicily, within close proximity to the north-east tip of Africa. The island has an abundance of World Heritage Sites, modest stilled beaches and a satisfying culture revolving around food. Some of our favourite times on the island included losing ourselves in timeworn backstreets in chronicled old cities and eating at some of the best restaurants the island has to offer. Through this experience, we mingled with the locals, tasted some goodies for ourselves and got a genuine feel for the island's lifestyle.

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The Three Cities in Malta

The Three Cities is a unified narrative of the fortified cities of Vittoriosa (Birgu), Cospicua and Senglea (Isla). To get an idea of where the three cities are located in Malta, it is imperative to have a bird's eye view from the Upper Barrakka Gardens in the capital city Valletta. From there you can spot Birgu in an inverted 'U' shape, with Senglea on the exact opposite side in the shape of a lower-case 'L' and the 'U' shaped Copiscua just behind both cities. 

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Discovering Mediterranean Grottos

Grottos are caves and they come in many shapes, colours and forms: Grotta Verde, or else ‘Green cave’, Blue caves, terrestrial or marine, are all natural formations that will leave the visitor in utter awe of nature’s marvel. Very prominent around the Mediterranean, these grottos are part of nature’s sauciness as they enhance the lacy, tantalising coastal line of the entire region, making the Mediterranean simply irresistible.

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