Although this annual festival has religious origins, the focus is on fun. The action centres around a statue of Our...Read More
For souvenirs to take back home, browse the little shops up in town for silver and gold filigree jewellery and... Read More
Down by the bay, the seafront restaurants do a great line in fresh lampuki fish and bowls of aljotta – a garlic, to... Read More
St Agatha’s Tower – or the Red Tower as it’s mostly known – ... Read More
Nightlife here is pretty relaxed, really. You can share a bo... Read More
With an enviable stretch of sand, it’s easy to spend the day... Read More
At this cosy restaurant you’ll be welcomed in with home-bake... Read More
By the name of this place, it’s no surprise that beer, barbe... Read More
Mellieha Bay makes the most of its golden sands, with plenty... Read More
The nightlife in Mellieha Bay is relaxed – think a delicious... Read More
Quality souvenirs are easy to find here – there’s silver and... Read More
At this unassuming little restaurant, diners get a warm welc... Read More
Billy’s Music Club is a large bar on top of the hill. It att... Read More
St Agatha’s Tower overlooks Mellieha Bay and is worth a clos... Read More
As you’d expect, seafood’s the star turn at the waterfront r... Read More
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