Let us know what you think of Malta as a holiday destination. Give us your view on how to do things better.... or tell us you are happy the way it is.
Tell everything you like, where you went, where you ''wined & dined'' and where you were staying.
The history from Malta goes back more then 6.000 years and lots of temples are still to visit. But also in the Medieval with the Grandmasters and in World-War 2 where Malta was (per square meter) the most bombed country in the world history was written.
We try to bring you that history by providing lots of old photographs. Here for we thank everybody who provided photo's and we like to receive more.
An overview with all Maltese towns and cities. A guide with all restaurants, hotels and bar's.... But also a guide for shops, languageschools, diving centres and much more. A guide for local Maltese, but also a very usefull touristguide
For every town we provide also lots of photographs and films and tell you a bit about the town's history. We try to be so complete as possible.
Every week more webcams are provided on the sunny islands of Malta. We provide all (working) webcams on our webcame-page so it's nice and easy to watch your hometown or your holiday destination.
All webcams display in real time.
Location's: Valletta, Marsaxlokk, Grand Harbour, Qawra, St. Julian's, Birzzebuga, Manoel Island, Sliema, Golden Bay and Spinola Bay.
English language teaching is well established on the Maltese Islands, so schools have a pool of experienced teachers to cater for all ages and levels of English. There are over 40 language schools in Malta and Gozo, offering a range of courses and leisure-time activities.
A number of these schools are members of FELTOM - the Federation of English Language Teaching Organisations in Malta.
When you are planning a holiday in Malta you need a place to stay. That place can be a Hotel (we have them in all ratings) or a Gozo Farmhouse (ideal for people how like peace & quite) a Bed & Breakfast or just a short let Holiday Apartment.
We try to provide you a good choice of all we described here above on this website. And after your stay, don't forget to review... Because reviews are always a guarantee for better service.
The Maltese Kitchen is very good and off course the Mediterranean Kitchen is also very popular. Lots of good restaurants on the Maltese Islands will welcome you for a meal.
And off course there are lots of bar's on the Maltese Islands where you can go for a drink, a karaoke, dance or just watch a football game.