It is not a coincidence that Valletta Malta’s capital, has been chosen as European Capital of Culture in 2018. Or that the whole city world heritage protected by UNESCO. It’s like living in a vivid baroque museum.
Malta has stunning beaches, loads of fun activities for the kids and is packed with culture.
At the ethnic crosshairs between Libya and Sicily, with influences from North Africa and the Middle East, is the Maltese Islands of Malta, Comino and Gozo – visually rich islands that smell of crusty bread, salt and tomatoes; a culture whose heritage is ploughed into its very soil.
Malta is a refined lady which offers many connoisseurs of art and history. It has class, elegance and style.
My favourite places to eat in Malta and Gozo.
MTA Quality Assured, Diar il-Bniet awarded Best in Class Award and Best Service and Hospitality Award.
For such small islands, Malta, Gozo and Comino offer so many opportunities to build your own holiday experience.
Diar il-Bniet - Delicious farm fresh Maltese food experience at its best.
The second edition of the MTA Quality Assured Restaurant Awards this year featured 36 restaurants being awarded the seal for the first time and 70 confirmed from the first intake, bringing the total number up to 106.
The focus is on food grown within a stone’s throw away from the restaurant.