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  • Our Favourite Places to Dine in Malta

    Published on 1st February 2016, 11:50am

      Palazzo Parisio - visit this family owned 18th century palace with its “treasure trove” of artefacts. You can enjoy the most sublime gastronomic experience in any one of the two restaurants. There is also a lounge bar and a cafe, as well as one of the most beautiful gardens on the Island. A true gem where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner! Bliss! Ali Baba…

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  • Buying property as an investment

    Published on 19th January 2016, 1:59pm

      Real estate in the St Julian’s and Sliema region has, for many years, managed to outshine other regions, fast becoming one of the most successful investment areas in the last decades. Without name-dropping intentionally, one can safely single out Manuel Dimech Street, the Sliema Seafront, Spinola Bay and Balluta Bay as being well-known by seasoned investors. However, many have now also…

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  • Things to do in Malta

    Published on 19th January 2016, 1:57pm

      To the Beach!! We opt for Golden Bay with its long sandy beach but Mellieha is a good choice too especially if you have children. Remember to go early if it's during the summer months as it gets busy by midday and you should beware the strong sun!   St.John's Cathedral in Valletta provides an excellent opportunity to admire the masterful paintings by Caravaggio and other works of art which…

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  • Malta - Area Guide

    Published on 19th January 2016, 1:53pm

      Sliema Area This boasts one of the most popular areas of Malta, largely due to its seafront location with a 3km stretch of promenade. Do note that this promenade is a constant hive of activity for walkers, joggers and anybody just out for a stroll. It also offers a proximity to all the amenities one could wish for including countless restaurants and hotels. There is a stunning array of properties…

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  • About Malta and Gozo

    Published on 19th January 2016, 1:46pm

      Physical Features Malta has an area of 246 sq.km² and is made up of a low plateau which descends gradually to the plain in the south-eastern part of the island. Gozo, Malta’s sister island (67km² sq.km), lies just 6.4km to the north-west. The longest distance across Malta is 27km, and the widest is 14km. The corresponding figures for Gozo are 14km and 7km respectively. Malta…

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