Did you know that Malta has a rich patrimony of boats (dghajjes)? Unfortunately not all of these boats survived to this date. For instance the Gozitan boat (id-dghajsa
If you’ve lived in Malta for a while (like me!), you’ve realised that Christmas cribs form a great part of the country’s tradition. Maltese Christmas would not be
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
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?
Terramaxka is an important part of Maltese folklore. It was a popular feature in town squares in Malta towards the end of the 19th century. It was also
Discover the extraordinary game of ‘brilli’ that is nowadays only played in the village of Gharb, Gozo by handful of men. This unique game of ancient skitters is
Have you ever wondered what’s the real story of the corsairs of Malta? Maybe the Maltese weren’t just the victims after all… Here are some crazy stories that
We all have our dreams. Some are crazier than others. I’ve always wanted to be a real life princess or a mermaid. And my dream finally came true
I’ve always admired the colorful traditional Maltese Luzzu boats in Marsaxlokk and today I finally got to spend a day on one exploring the coast of the Malta!