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Air Malta offers discounts on flights in celebration of New Year

Air Malta offers discounts on flights in celebration of New Year

Dec 26, 2017

Source: http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2017-12-26/local-news/Air-Malta-offers-discounts-on-flights-in-celebration-of-New-Year-6736182988 Air Malta offers discounts on flights in celebration of New Year Air Malta is celebrating the new year, offering up to a 70% discount on their Go Smart (including 23kg baggage) fares. The discount is applicable on most Air Malta destinations and is valid for travel as from 15 January 2018 till the 15 March 2018. "Our GO Smart fares offer great value for money including a free 23kgs checked in luggage. The sale will kick off on Tuesday 26 December till the Sunday 7 January 2018. The discount is valid through Air Malta's website only." "The airline's promotion is available on flights to/from: Vienna, Brussels, Paris Charles De Gaulle & Orly, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Catania, Fiumicino, Linate, Palermo, Comiso, Amsterdam, Moscow, Zurich, Tunis, London Gatwick and London Heathrow. Seats are subject to availability. Terms and conditions may apply. For more information visit https://www.airmalta.com/celebrate-together-mt ."  
Malta the best place to have a Christmas vacation (By Cnn)

Malta the best place to have a Christmas vacation (By Cnn)

Dec 15, 2017

Source: http://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/christmas-destinations-2015/index.html   (CNN) —  Anyplace can string up a few lights and call it a holiday celebration. When you  travel , you want more. From Mexico to Malta and northern lights to sunny skies, these 15  destinations  celebrate Christmas better than the rest: 1. Malta Visiting presepju, or nativity scenes, is an integral part of Christmas in Malta. Every year, residents proudly open their shutters, and sometimes even their garage doors, to display their holy crib confections to the public. On a grander scale, the  Bethlehem f'Ghajnsielem  is a life-size nativity spread over 20,0000 square meters of formerly abandoned fields. Inhabited and animated by more than 150 actors, including entire families, the village takes visitors back in time to Judea of 2,000 years ago, complete with oil lamps, turn mills, grazing animals, crafts areas teaching traditional skills and folklore, a tavern and, of course, a grotto housing baby Jesus. Downtown Valletta is also home to a lively Christmas spirit, with carolers singing outside the Baroque St. John's Co-Cathedral during Advent, and a dizzying display of Christmas lights on Republic Street. The  Manoel Theater  is well known for its annual Christmas pantomime. A visit to the privately owned  Malta Toy Museum , featuring dolls, soldiers, train sets, and clockwork tin trinkets dating as far back as the 1790s, is a heartwarming homage to childhood.   Visit the webiste to view the whole article. 
20 Bizarre facts everyone should know about Malta

20 Bizarre facts everyone should know about Malta

Dec 15, 2017

Source: http://bay.com.mt/20-bizarre-facts-everyone-know-malta/ 20 BIZARRE FACTS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MALTA DECEMBER 14, 2017   BAY NEWS   89.7 BAY ,  BAY EASY ,  BEAUTIFUL MALTA , LOVEMALTA ,  MAKING MALTA GREAT ,  VISIT MALTA With a civilisation that dates back as far as 5000 BC, Malta has a long history with its fair share of unique and interesting trivia. Most of us know that Malta was British until 1964 and we’ve all heard that Mdina used to be the capital city and how everybody loves pastizzi. But those are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to awesome Maltese facts. Here are 20 random things about Malta you never knew you needed. 1. Malta has been named one of the happiest places for expats to live abroad 2. Malta is the smallest country in the EU by area and population but it is the most densely populated 3. The seven megalithic temples of Malta are the oldest free-standing structures in the world 4. There are more people of Maltese ancestry in Melbourne than there are in Malta 5. The name of Malta is supposedly derived from a Greek word for honey 6. Malta has 365 churches, one for every day of the year 7. The hottest it’s ever been in Malta is 43.8 °C back in August 1999 8. Valletta is  one of the most concentrated historical areas in the world , according to UNESCO 9. Strait Street in Valletta used to be the island’s main red light district 10. The Queen was Malta’s head of state until 1974, when the island became a Commonwealth republic 11. The official languages of Malta are English and Maltese 12. Malta’s fishing boats are painted with two eyes at the front to protect them from evil spirits 13. The cross in the corner of the Maltese flag is the George Cross, awarded in 1942 by...
Malta, Europe (Telegraph)

Malta, Europe (Telegraph)

Oct 2, 2017

Expert guide to Malta http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/malta/ M alta is best known in Britain as a sun and sea destination. There is certainly no shortage of either. Malta gets more than 300 sunny days a year and is surrounded by clear blue waters, some of the cleanest in the Mediterranean, and is much enjoyed by visiting swimmers, snorkellers and divers. Its USP, however, has to be its 7,000 year history. Malta has a greater density of historic sights than any other country. Starting with its unique prehistoric temples, some of the oldest stone buildings in the world, it also has Roman catacombs, medieval towns, and the extraordinary architectural and artistic legacy of the Knights of St John (the Knights of Malta). The British left behind red letter boxes and phone booths, as well as the language, in spite of which Malta (independent since 1964) remains thoroughly Maltese. The country has thankfully shaken off the British culinary legacy and is home to some excellent restaurants specialising in Mediterranean food. So whilst I love to swim and snorkel here in summer, I am equally fond of a sightseeing visit at any time of year. Hotels Attractions Restaurants Free things to do Getting there Nightlife Shopping Events Beaches Itineraries
Best Beaches in Malta

Best Beaches in Malta

Jun 7, 2017

Information from: https://blog.shortletsmalta.com/2017/05/08/6-beaches-in-malta-youll-fall-in-love-with/   6 Beaches in Malta you’ll fall in love with   Summer in Malta is synonymous with long, lazy days at the beach, golden tans, and that amazing feeling you get when you push your toes into the cool, shade-drenched sand. Whether you’re hitting the Maltese Islands for a few days, a couple of weeks, or even months, here are a few of the best beaches in Malta to help you unwind this summer! Grab your beach bag.   1.   The Blue Lagoon Known the world over for its crystal-clear water and idyllic setting in Comino, Lagoon is an absolute must-see during your time here. To enjoy Comino and Blue Lagoon properly, you’ll need to spend at least one full morning or afternoon there, if not the whole day!   2.   Golden Bay Nestled between two sides of unmistakably Maltese terrain, you’ll find Golden Bay – the very first beach in Malta to get the coveted Blue Flag status. It’s perfect for families, and has all the amenities you’ll need for a very comfortable day at the beach. If you’ve got the time, stay and watch the sun set!   3.   Għajn Tuffieħa Just around the corner from Golden Bay, you’ll find its equally-attractive sibling – Għajn Tuffieħa. It’s an incredibly popular beach, and  can  get a little busy at times, but the sweeping, panoramic views are so beautiful, it’ll be worth it.   4.   St. Peter’s Pool If you’re feeling a little adventurous and don’t mind heading off the beaten track, then look no further than St. Peter’s Pool. This rocky bay is generally quiet, and not too far from the charming fishing village of Marsaxlokk – why not stop there for a delicious meal before heading...

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Bluewaves : Water Sports

With a sandy beach and one of the finest rocky coasts on our doorstep, we welcome you to our Water sports center, Bluewaves Watersports. Your holiday will not be complete until you visit us and participate in one of the many services we offer. From day trips to the picturesque island of Comino, to self-drive speedboats and jet skis to paddle boats and canoe hire, we have it all to make your blue waters adventure come true.

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BLUEWAVES WATERSPORTS

RAMLA BAY RESORT,

MARFA, Malta

+356 21525861 / +356 99826863

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