Discover the undiscovered and beyond...that's typical Malta.
Hotspot for lunch: Diar il-Bniet
When asked to go to Malta for ElleUK, to not only discover the beautiful island, but also the land from which my great grandmother hailed, I said yes without hesitation. It’s Malta! A beautiful jewel of an island dotted in the Mediterranean between Sicily, Tunisia, and Libya.
Jess Wilson finds plenty to see and do on a short break to the former British colony.
It was great because I was with Brian and Alana in literally King's Landing, and then later on we were saved by a cake recommendation followed by a mean spaghetti pie.
After 10 days in Europe filled with lots of laughter, countless Italian wines, and mountains of food, I'm back, stateside, and so grateful for all the picturesque days spent in Tuscany and two whole days in Malta.
The tiny nation of Malta, the world’s ninth smallest country, is one of those places we’ve all heard of, we all know someone who’s been - and yet, it’s rarely at the top of anyone’s holiday list. But it should be, and here’s why.
Voici un voyage culinaire qui ne manque pas de saveurs. Toutes nos bonnes adresses sont compilées à la fin de l’article.
You’ll be forgiven for thinking Malta is synonymous with sea, sun and fun, considering its 300 days of sunshine. Excluding the infrequent torrential rains and chaotic road flooding, Malta truly enjoys mild winters with daytime temperatures varying between 13 and 20 degrees Celsius. Whether you’re the sporty type, in need of a quick break, up for an adventure, or simply looking for your next culture fix, we know what will get you head over heels...
Our tummies took us to restaurant Diar il-Bniet which is essentially an extension of the family run farm in Dingli where its produce is sourced.