Why discovering the British era in Malta isn’t only for visitors keen to take a trip down memory lane. We take a look at the British heritage trail.
A guide to Easter week in Malta & Gozo. From solemn spectacles and prolonged pageants to traditions, food and family rituals.
Tennis in Malta is set to get more pro with the launch of a new academy training adults and kids. TennisLine is offering both summer schools and all year round tennis lessons.
The European Health Insurance Card gives you peace of mind when you’re on short stays in other EU states (plus four non-EU countries). It’s free and covers emergency state medical treatment. Get one now!
Given the country’s size, it’s surprising just how many major sporting events take place in Malta. We highlight some of the must-see events in the coming months.
Malta may be better known in the gaming sector for its i-gaming industry, but its three physical casinos make for some relaxed fun in tune with island life.
A round-up of football in Malta which digs up some surprising firsts, from big name players loving the islands to Malta’s place as one of the oldest footballing nations worldwide. A look at the game’s fans, clubs, career players and culture.
While Malta’s online gaming is well known and takes the headlines, the country’s video gaming industry is growing and now on the map too.
Electro Lobster Project, Balluta Bay, is a fish lover’s haunt with plenty to offer carnivores, vegans and gig seekers too. Take your pick of the ‘project’.