Maltese Islands – Live Crib at Lija during Festive Season

Christmas cribs form a great part of the Malta’s tradition. Maltese Christmas would not be the same without the traditional presepju (crib) and pasturi (nativity figures). Cribs are positively everywhere, from private houses, garages, small chapels to large churches. Visiting cribs is actually a popular activity at Christmas time. Many locals and tourists alike spend […]

Maltese Islands – Tunnara Museum at Mellieha

One of the gems around the Maltese Islands is the TUNNARA MUSEUM which is housed in Westreme Battery, also known as ir-Rasus Battery or Mellieħa Right Battery, at the Northern Part of Malta – Mellieha. Westreme Battery was built between 1715 and 1716 as part of the Order of Saint John’s first building program of […]

Maltese Islands – Dahlet Qorrot at Gozo

DAHLET QORROT is a small inlet found in the northern cliffs of Gozo, between Qala and Nadur. In this bay with a tiny gravel beach you can find several boathouses which had been dug in the soft limestone with Maltese Traditional Coloured Doors. Public Restrooms are opened all year round while during the Summer Season there’s also a small […]

Maltese Culture – St. Julian’s Village Festa 2019

St. Julian’s feast falls on the last weekend of August and there really is no escaping it, it holds unique traditions on the island. With the roads closed the village become colourfully decorated, the lamp posts are ornamented with vibrant lights and the stalls are filled with treats that should not be missed so if […]