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The local’s approach to life is typical Mediterranean Style. They like to enjoy themselves and celebrate as much as possible.
When speaking of Nightlife in Malta, the first thought that crosses your mind is the vibrant scene one can find in Paceville. Heavily populated with nightclubs, bars, pubs and restaurants, Paceville (sometimes abbreviated PV) is an important nightlife hub on the Island.
However, today, Malta offers much more entertainment venues with various pubs and wine bars scattered all over the island, which can also offer a memorable night out. In the meantime if you are willing to try your luck, you can always visit one of the Casinos on the Island. The age limit is 18 for non Maltese citizens and 25 for Maltese citizens.
When it comes to Dining out, the Maltese Islands are dotted with a number of quality restaurants, serving out dishes of exquisite food from practically every corner of the world.
Some localities in Malta specialize in specific foods, for example if you would like to taste one of the traditional foods like the fried Rabbit or Rabbit Stew it is recommended to visit one of the Restaurants in Mgarr or Bahrija.
If however, you are looking for a delicious fish platter, you are most likely to head to the fishing village of Marsaxlokk, and do not forget to try out the traditional ‘Lampuki’ pie when it is in season.
Sliema, St Julians and Bugibba are the most popular touristic areas in Malta where one can find a very wide variety of any type of Restaurants, bars and pubs…
The Maltese Islands are located right in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, 93Km South of Sicily and 288Km North of Africa.
The Archipelago is known to be one of the smallest in the world and only the three largest islands – Malta, Gozo, and Comino, are inhabited, with a population of approximately 417,000 residents.
Malta is the largest island and the cultural, commercial and administrative centre. Gozo is the second largest island and is more rural. It is known for its more abundant countryside, characterized by farmers, fisherman, crafts and tourism. Comino, the smallest of the trio is largely uninhabited, however, there is one hotel on the island.
Enriched with a superb archetypal Mediterranean climate, which is typified by hot summers and mild winters, the Maltese Islands attract visitors who love to enjoy its attractive beaches, an effervescent calendar of cultural events and a thriving nightlife. The islands are also popular for the intriguing history of around 7,000 years.
The Maltese people are known to be usually very friendly. The official languages are Maltese and English and Euro is the currency. To contact any Maltese telephone line from a foreign country the code that must be used is 00356.