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Mellieħa Bay

Mellieħa Bay is the largest beach of thirteen pocket beaches around Mellieħa. It is a sheltered ...

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Anchor Bay

Anchor Bay is perhaps most known for Popeye Village, the set of the 1979 film starring Robin Wil ...

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Carnival

February brings along the carnival week, which takes on a traditional pattern; extravagantly coloured floats are perched on lorries ready for the procession, children running around in fancy costumes and Malta’s main nightlife centre, Paceville, catching the late night carnival goers who pile into the clubs and bars, still wearing their outrageous outfits.

CarnivalThe heart of the action takes place in Valletta, though various towns and villages across the Island have their own version of festivities.

For a particular interpretation, visit Nadur, Gozo, where carnival takes on a more macabre and funny mood.

The carnival week is a time to let your hair down and go with the flow – perfect for those who enjoy a good party!

For details and dates, check out our Events Calendar.

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