The liturgical feast of St George Martyr, protector of the island of Gozo and patron saint of the city, falls on 23 April, but external festivities are celebrated with great pomp in the city during the week leading to the third Sunday of July.
Today should have started the 19th official Trophy Bailli de Suffren (TBS), the only sailing race in the world of classic boats in the footsteps of a great navigator: the admiral Satan (Pierre-André de Suffren)!
Malta rock beaches are preferred by many. One can choose from both rocky and sandy beaches. Malta is a rock formation in itself so finding a rocky beach is not difficult. People tend to frequent sandy beaches more than rocky beaches as a general rule. There are various reasons for this but rocky beaches certainly […]
L-Imnarja is one of the oldest feasts celebrated in Malta. The Feast commemorates two important Saints in Maltese religious lore, St. Peter and St. Paul. The word luminarja is derived from the Latin word Luminare - to light up.
In 1986, the Sette Giugno monument was inaugurated on St George’s square in Valletta. Dedicated to the Sette Giugno riots of 1919, it is a work by Anton Agius, one of Malta’s most important 20th century artists and sculptors.
En partenariat avec la compagnie aérienne nationale Air Malta et la boutique-hôtel The Snop House Senglea, l’Office du Tourisme de Malte organise un concours se déroulant du 01/06/2020 au 31/07/2020. Nous aurons le plaisir d’accueillir le gagnant à The Snop House.
“ Let’s say you like art, authenticity, genuine love for Malta, a very personalised service (and funny French accent) but also one of the best views over the Three Cities and the Grand Harbour… Well, The Snop House is probably for you!”
An interview of David, our guest relations host, on Gay Guide Malta.
"Welcoming works in a space has to be an emotional decision – art is a visual operation method, a dynamic that is constantly on the alert, and a network of references that is constantly expanded. It’s a passion. It’s exciting."