Malta's Most Exciting Adventures

Emily Gray

Lying close to both Italy and Africa, the Mediterranean archipelago of Malta is actually made up of three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino. Here is our guide to the top adventures to enjoy during a trip to Malta.

Blue Lagoon

Foodie Fix

Malta’s national dish is rabbit, but it is also known for its prickly pears, carob, and helwa tat-tork, which is similar to a very sweet nougat, topped with almonds. While in Gozo, visit the Ta’ Mena Estate which is run and owned by the Spiteri family. Guests can try the wine they produce while tasting cheeses, meats, honey and their famous sun-dried tomato paste, which when spread on bread and dipped in olive oil is delicious. If you’re looking for something more high-end, then head to St Julian’s to the Caviar and Bull restaurant.
Ta’ Mena Estate Rabat Road, Xaghra Malta, +356 2156 4939
Caviar & Bull, Ix- Xatt ta’ San Gorg, St Julians, +356 999 93 301

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