Welcome to the oldest surviving coastal tower on the Maltese islands built by the Knights! Wignacourt Tower or also known as St Paul’s Bay Tower is located, as
Yes! Malta might be only spreading just over 316km², but there is so much to do! Maltatina blog celebrates 30 months of adventuring! The perfect reason to put
Welcome to one of the most popular churches in Malta! Commonly known as the Rotunda of Mosta or the Mosta Dome. The full name of this Roman Catholic
Welcome to Spinola Palace (private) back garden! Another beautiful green oasis in the heart of St Julian’s! The garden was closed off to the public for many years,
Let’s talk lace! Maltese lace making is unfortunately dying trade as many other traditional craftsmanship. Luckily there is HAJJA (meaning life in Maltese). HAJJA is a social enterprise
Welcome summer! The hottest time of the year is here! Some love it, some hate it, but this is Malta and we all got to deal with it.
Welcome to the world famous umbrella street in Zabbar! Yes, that’s right! Triq il-Kbira decorated with over a 1,000 colourful umbrellas made it to numerous foreign media from
Salt. Such an ordinary commodity. Something we take for granted, but couldn’t possibly live without it. Did you know, than until today Cini’s family from Gozo still produces
I’m sure you’ve already had a chance to admire some of the traditional Maltese tiled floors. But have you ever wondered how are these traditional patterned tiles made?
Tas-Salvatur Hill is located on the outskirts of Marsalforn (Gozo). If you’re in the area with your trekking boots on, give it a go! Short but challenging (towards