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Food Scene
Maltese Home Cooking from the heart, here you will get the best local cuisine on the Islands.
Ta'Randu Kcina Maltija
Maltese Home Cooking from the heart, here you will get the best local cuisine on the Islands.
This is one of Malta's very best restaurants. Truly worth a visit. 20 minute bus ride or 10 minutes by car.
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one80 Kitchen & Lounge
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This is one of Malta's very best restaurants. Truly worth a visit. 20 minute bus ride or 10 minutes by car.
Simply walk 50 metres down the road for authentic Indian cuisine. Booking is recommended.
Star Of India
Simply walk 50 metres down the road for authentic Indian cuisine. Booking is recommended.
50 metres up the road and you can experience one of the best Chinese restaurants in Malta. Booking is recommended.
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Shaukiwan
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50 metres up the road and you can experience one of the best Chinese restaurants in Malta. Booking is recommended.
50 metres up the road for a delicious taste of Greek food. Booking is recommended.
Zeus Greek restaurant
50 metres up the road for a delicious taste of Greek food. Booking is recommended.
Drinks & Nightlife
Live music, great atmosphere.
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Fat Harry's Pub Bugibba
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Live music, great atmosphere.
Sightseeing
Malta's Old Capital City, a must visit!!
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Mdina
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Malta's Old Capital City, a must visit!!
As a tourist destination, Marsaxlokk is popular for a daily open-air market, offering a selection of the finest fish restaurants on the island, for the peaceful walks around the coast and harbour, as well as for its secluded and untainted swimming zones. Locals enjoy the nightlife especially in Summer when you can walk the promenade, grabbing an ice cream as you go and letting the sea breeze cool off the typical Summer heat. On Sundays, many Maltese visit the Marsaxlokk fish market to buy from the morning’s catch.
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Marsaxlokk
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As a tourist destination, Marsaxlokk is popular for a daily open-air market, offering a selection of the finest fish restaurants on the island, for the peaceful walks around the coast and harbour, as well as for its secluded and untainted swimming zones. Locals enjoy the nightlife especially in Summer when you can walk the promenade, grabbing an ice cream as you go and letting the sea breeze cool off the typical Summer heat. On Sundays, many Maltese visit the Marsaxlokk fish market to buy from the morning’s catch.
The temple of Ħaġar Qim stands on a hilltop overlooking the sea and the islet of Fifla, not more than 2km south-west of the village of Qrendi. At the bottom of the hill, only 500m away, lies another remarkable temple site, Mnajdra found above the Southern cliffs. The surrounding landscape is typical Mediterranean garigue and spectacular in its starkness and isolation.
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Ħaġar Qim
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The temple of Ħaġar Qim stands on a hilltop overlooking the sea and the islet of Fifla, not more than 2km south-west of the village of Qrendi. At the bottom of the hill, only 500m away, lies another remarkable temple site, Mnajdra found above the Southern cliffs. The surrounding landscape is typical Mediterranean garigue and spectacular in its starkness and isolation.
Part of the Maltese archipelago, Gozo is the second-largest of the seven-island chain and basks in the Mediterranean off the coast of Sicily. More rural than its sister island, Malta, Gozo has a population of 31,000. Home to some of the oldest religious structures in the world, the fascinating Ggantija temples, the island offers dramatic orange-red sands and perfect snorkeling waters at striking Ramla Bay. Rickety buses ply Gozo's roads, making getting about the island an exciting component of your trip.
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Gozo
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Part of the Maltese archipelago, Gozo is the second-largest of the seven-island chain and basks in the Mediterranean off the coast of Sicily. More rural than its sister island, Malta, Gozo has a population of 31,000. Home to some of the oldest religious structures in the world, the fascinating Ggantija temples, the island offers dramatic orange-red sands and perfect snorkeling waters at striking Ramla Bay. Rickety buses ply Gozo's roads, making getting about the island an exciting component of your trip.
Parks & Nature
Stunning Park worth a visit.
Buskett Gardens Parking Area
Stunning Park worth a visit.
A 20 minute bus ride away, Malta's longest beach.
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Mellieha Bay
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A 20 minute bus ride away, Malta's longest beach.
Arts & Culture
History starts in our beautiful Capital City Valletta.
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Valletta
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History starts in our beautiful Capital City Valletta.
The Manoel Theatre (Maltese: It-Teatru Manoel; Italian: Teatro Manoel) is a theatre and important performing arts venue in Malta. The theatre is often referred to as simply "The Manoel", and is named after Grand Master of the Order of the Knights Hospitaller, Fra António Manoel de Vilhena, who ordered its construction in 1731. The theatre is reputed to be Europe's third-oldest working theatre (older than the San Carlo in Naples), and the oldest theatre still in operation in the Commonwealth of Nations.[1] The theatre is located on Old Theatre Street (Maltese: Triq it-Teatru l-Antik) in Valletta. It considers itself as the country's national theatre and the home of Malta Philharmonic Orchestra (Maltese: Orkestra Filarmonika Nazzjonali).[1] Originally called the Teatro Pubblico, its name was changed to Teatro Reale, or Theatre Royal, in 1812, and renamed Manoel Theatre in 1866. The first play to be performed was Maffei's Merope. The theatre is a small, 623 seat venue, with an oval-shaped auditorium, three tiers of boxes constructed entirely of wood, decorated with gold leaf, and a pale blue trompe-l'oeil ceiling that resembles a round cupola.
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Teatru Manoel
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The Manoel Theatre (Maltese: It-Teatru Manoel; Italian: Teatro Manoel) is a theatre and important performing arts venue in Malta. The theatre is often referred to as simply "The Manoel", and is named after Grand Master of the Order of the Knights Hospitaller, Fra António Manoel de Vilhena, who ordered its construction in 1731. The theatre is reputed to be Europe's third-oldest working theatre (older than the San Carlo in Naples), and the oldest theatre still in operation in the Commonwealth of Nations.[1] The theatre is located on Old Theatre Street (Maltese: Triq it-Teatru l-Antik) in Valletta. It considers itself as the country's national theatre and the home of Malta Philharmonic Orchestra (Maltese: Orkestra Filarmonika Nazzjonali).[1] Originally called the Teatro Pubblico, its name was changed to Teatro Reale, or Theatre Royal, in 1812, and renamed Manoel Theatre in 1866. The first play to be performed was Maffei's Merope. The theatre is a small, 623 seat venue, with an oval-shaped auditorium, three tiers of boxes constructed entirely of wood, decorated with gold leaf, and a pale blue trompe-l'oeil ceiling that resembles a round cupola.
Some exceptional shows happen at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta, Malta. The building was built as a hospital in the 16th century by the Order of St. John, and it was known as the Sacra Infermeria or the Holy Infirmary. It was known as the Grand Hôspital during the French occupation of Malta
Mediterranean Conference Centre
Some exceptional shows happen at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta, Malta. The building was built as a hospital in the 16th century by the Order of St. John, and it was known as the Sacra Infermeria or the Holy Infirmary. It was known as the Grand Hôspital during the French occupation of Malta
Shopping
A mere 15 minute walk or 5 minute bus ride away, so much to do in this great town.
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Bugibba
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A mere 15 minute walk or 5 minute bus ride away, so much to do in this great town.
For a top shopping experience, Sliema is a resort town on the east coast of the Mediterranean island of Malta. The waterfront features a long promenade and the 18th-century polygonal Fort Tigné in the south. To the north, St. Julian’s Tower is a 17th-century watchtower and battery. The baroque-inspired Stella Maris Church dates from the 1850s. On tiny Manoel Island is the star-shaped Fort Manoel, built by the Knights of St. John.
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Sliema
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For a top shopping experience, Sliema is a resort town on the east coast of the Mediterranean island of Malta. The waterfront features a long promenade and the 18th-century polygonal Fort Tigné in the south. To the north, St. Julian’s Tower is a 17th-century watchtower and battery. The baroque-inspired Stella Maris Church dates from the 1850s. On tiny Manoel Island is the star-shaped Fort Manoel, built by the Knights of St. John.
The Point Shopping Mall is found within the extensive mixed use, car-free development, Tigne Point. It is an integral element in this newly developed urban area and perfectly exploits its position as an extension to Sliema, Malta’s primary commercial centre. The Point is the first of its kind in the retail sector, 14,000 sqm of retail floor space, integrating fashion with technology, home ware, dining and leisure under one roof. All this comes with the added convenience of a large adjacent car park which completely removes the hassle out of shopping for everyone. Products and services range from a loaf of freshly baked bread at Chain Food Store, to the latest fashionable trends on the shelves of the numerous international fashion outlets. The myriad collection of products and brands appealing to all ages and satisfying the different needs and desires of customers, is what makes the Point the growing success that it is to date Even though The Point owes a lot of its success to its brands, its strengths also lies within its comfortable ambience, its ease of access and availability of numerous parking spaces for customers, making it an ideal place for foreigners and locals alike not only to shop but a place to meet up with friends, dine and unwind. For the first time on the island, retailers are provided with a cleaner and safer shopping destination within in an extensive, mixed-use, car free environment, offering customers the ultimate shopping experience. During the past three years, The Point Shopping Mall has succeeded in firmly establishing itself as the shopping destination of choice in the island.
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The Point Shopping Mall
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The Point Shopping Mall is found within the extensive mixed use, car-free development, Tigne Point. It is an integral element in this newly developed urban area and perfectly exploits its position as an extension to Sliema, Malta’s primary commercial centre. The Point is the first of its kind in the retail sector, 14,000 sqm of retail floor space, integrating fashion with technology, home ware, dining and leisure under one roof. All this comes with the added convenience of a large adjacent car park which completely removes the hassle out of shopping for everyone. Products and services range from a loaf of freshly baked bread at Chain Food Store, to the latest fashionable trends on the shelves of the numerous international fashion outlets. The myriad collection of products and brands appealing to all ages and satisfying the different needs and desires of customers, is what makes the Point the growing success that it is to date Even though The Point owes a lot of its success to its brands, its strengths also lies within its comfortable ambience, its ease of access and availability of numerous parking spaces for customers, making it an ideal place for foreigners and locals alike not only to shop but a place to meet up with friends, dine and unwind. For the first time on the island, retailers are provided with a cleaner and safer shopping destination within in an extensive, mixed-use, car free environment, offering customers the ultimate shopping experience. During the past three years, The Point Shopping Mall has succeeded in firmly establishing itself as the shopping destination of choice in the island.
Essentials
200 metre walk from your doorstep.
The Convenience Shop Xemxija
200 metre walk from your doorstep.
One of Malta's best supermarkets, great for a big shop.
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Valyou Supermarket
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One of Malta's best supermarkets, great for a big shop.