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Maltese gastronomy


Journey Across 7,000 Years of History and Culture


Splash Into Malta's Sun, Sea and Splendor


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Malta is a beautiful and compact destination in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea made up of three main islands: Malta, Gozo, and Comino.

From ancient temples older than Stonehenge to the vibrant cultural scene, Malta's architecture and cultural life are nothing short of stunning. And with rugged coastlines, clear blue waters, and abundant natural splendor, there are endless opportunities for adventure, from action sports to boat trips.

With 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, an easy access from most European cities, and the country's bilingualism in English and Maltese, it's no wonder Malta is a prime location for history, sun, food, and fun, all in one trip.

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Malta is a beach lover's paradise, with golden sandy beaches, unique red sands, and rocky shores. The most popular beaches are Mellieħa Bay, Golden Bay, and Għajn Tuffieħa, but there are plenty of hidden coves and crystal-clear waters to discover. The Dingli cliffs offer stunning views, while the Blue Grotto's sea caverns are best explored by boat. A day trip on a tourist boat or a harbour cruise is a fun way to take in the sights. 

A visit to the Maltese Islands is not complete without visiting Gozo, a charming island that can be reached by a short ferry ride from Malta. Gozo offers a change of pace, with a feeling of stepping back in time surrounded by natural beauty. The standout attractions in Gozo are the Citadel, prehistoric temples, and stunning churches. Three of the best churches are the Basilica of Ta'Pinu, the Basilica of Saint George, and the Rotunda Church in Xewkija. 
But there are also charming villages, rocky coves, and hideaway cafes to discover.

Comino, located between Malta and Gozo, is another charming island that is only accessible by boat. It is home to only one family and is a popular destination for day trips, especially to the famed Blue Lagoon and the Crystal Lagoon. Comino has also appeared in a number of blockbusters, including Troy and The Count of Monte Cristo.

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Malta is a paradise for foodies, with a rich and diverse culinary scene that reflects the island's unique history and culture. The local cuisine is a fusion of Mediterranean and British influences, resulting in a delicious blend of flavors and textures.

The island has five Michelin-starred restaurants, three Bib Gourmand awards, and twenty-three restaurants with the Michelin Plate Award. Additionally, there are many other restaurants that have received the Quality Assured Restaurant Award, which recognizes high-quality standards in service, hospitality, food, and ambiance.

Maltese cuisine is characterized by fresh seafood, rabbit, and bragioli, a savory meat dish. Your clients will also find plenty of delicious pastizzi, small puff pastry snacks filled with either savory ricotta or mushy peas. Maltese bread is another must-try, with a crisp crust and a light crumb that pairs perfectly with any meal.

To complement their meal, visitors can try Malta's own beer, Cisk, or the refreshing soft drink called Kinnie. The island's wine industry is also growing, with Maltese wines winning international accolades. Wine festivals, with food and entertainment, are held in August in Valletta and in the hilltop village of Nadur in Gozo.

In terms of dining experiences, Malta offers a diverse range of venues, from ultra-modern to classic. Your clients  can dine al fresco by the sea or in a romantic, candle-lit cellar. Some cafes, such as Caffe Cordina in Valletta and the Fontanella Tea Garden in Mdina, are must-visits for their history and spectacular views.

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Malta is a truly unique and fascinating holiday destination that offers a wealth of historical and cultural experiences. With over 7,000 years of history, the country has been shaped by numerous civilizations and empires, including the Phoenicians, Romans, Knights of St. John, Napoleon, and the British Empire.

Malta's rich and diverse history is reflected in the three UNESCO World Heritage sites located on the islands: the City of Valletta, the Megalithic Temples, and the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum.

Your clients will also find a diverse array of annual events and festivals that are not to be missed. Visitors can witness solemn Good Friday processions, colourful Carnival celebrations, and joyous summer festas in every town and village, complete with brass bands and fireworks displays. The island also boasts an exciting sailing race, the Rolex Middle Sea Race, and the exhilarating Malta Classic Grand Prix.

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