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The Maltese dolce farniente with a French touch

With the opening of our French bakery, next door to The Snop House, we will be delighted to strengthen our French touch with the best fresh baked breads and croissants.



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Flying at Ghajn Tuffieha

You will quickly be conquered by this jewel, that is the Maltese archipelago, seen from the sky.



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Windsurfing with the mistral

The Islands are superb for sailing and yachting and the Malta's climate lends itself to all-year-round water sports.



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Trekking the track

Amazing coastal hikes in Malta : you will not be disappointed!



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The pumpkin fest

The Pumpkin Fest takes place on the eve of Halloween at the farmer's village of Manikata in the northwest of Malta.



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Birgu by candlelight

Birgufest is a celebration of culture and art, which will be taking place in Birgu (also known as Vittoriosa), one of Malta's oldest and most historic cities.



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Tripadvisor Traveller’s Choice 2020

We are very proud and honoured to receive the award “TRIPADVISOR TRAVELLERS’ CHOICE 2020”.



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Das Snop House in Brigitte!

"Sehr wohl fühlten wir uns in diesem charmantee Boutique Hotel in Senglea. Abends auf der Dach-terrasse ein Beir aus dem Kühlschrank nehmen und auf den Grand Harbour schauen !"



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Notte Bianca

This year, Valletta’s beloved Notte Bianca will be spread over several weeks in October and November instead of one specific day. Initially planned for Saturday 3rd October, the festival will now be split into smaller performances throughout the two months. Notwithstanding the current Covid-19 circumstances, to support the Arts and Culture, the organisers announced that […]



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Independence Day

Independence Day (Maltese: Jum l-Indipendenza) celebrates the day the country gained independence from the United Kingdom on 21 September 1964, becoming a republic 10 years later.



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Victory Day

The Regatta is a Traditional Rowing Event that has been held in Malta since the middle ages. It held twice yearly on the 31st of March (Freedom Day) and the 8th of September (known as Victory Day).



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Our Lady of Victories

September is a significant month for the Maltese islands. It is also particularly meaningful to the city of Senglea. The end of the Great Siege, on September 8, 1565 is not the least of them.



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