Things To Do & Try in Malta
There’s no end to the list of things you can try your hand at on Malta. The fact that it’s surrounded by crystal clear seas and has a fantastic climate mean that outdoor activities, especially water sports, are very well catered for. The island is a paradise for divers and an ideal place to learn how to sail, snorkel, windsurf and water-ski. Fishing is excellent here too as, of course, is the sightseeing and there are any numbers of ways to tour the many attractions from carriage to quad bikes and horseback to open top buses. You’ll be short of things to do and we’ve compiled a great list of suggestions in case you get stuck.
Tattoos are more fashionable now than they have been at any point in living memory. Driven by heavily inked sports, pop and film stars, it seems everyone is now following suit and having a design for life created on their skin. So why not take home a souvenir from Malta that you’ll have no problem getting through customs and can’t get smashed by...READ MORE
We all dream of being stars in the music world, selling more albums than Adele or Lady Ga Ga and living in a gold-plated house with hot and cold running servants and a chocolate fountain in the entrance hall. It's just one of those things that appeals to millions, like playing professional sport or winning the lottery. READ MORE
Innovation is a mystifying thing! What sort of mind thinks they will shape and bake a lump of clay into a pot after digging it from the ground? And who would get an oven-ready duck and think to pronounce that what it needs to set it off is an orange sauce? And who takes glass, melts it and sticks it on a giant metal straw and starts blowing? READ MORE
The longest-ever serving British monarch was Queen Victoria - who by all accounts and images recorded of her was a sour faced old bag. She was famously ‘not amused’ on many occasions but history reveals that all you needed to change her face from its default state of ‘like a slapped backside’ to ‘beaming smiles’ was a scrap...READ MORE
Since Roman and medieval times, Malta has played temporary home to many famous literary names in history, from Cicero, Coleridge and Lord Byron to Desmond Morris and Nicholas Monsarrat. And then there was the country’s homegrown famous literary son, Edward de Bono – he of lateral thinking fame. All sought help from the inspirational island. READ MORE