Indulge in the Authentic Maltese Lifestyle

Live like a local in Malta by renting historic farmhouses, palazzos or villas.

  • Publish date: Monday، 07 September 2020 Last update: Tuesday، 08 September 2020
Indulge in the Authentic Maltese Lifestyle

Indulge in the Authentic Maltese Lifestyle

Live like a local in Malta by renting historic farmhouses, palazzos or villas.

For Immediate release:

(Dubai, 07 September 2020):  

Malta; the hidden gem of the Mediterranean, where travellers from all around the world come seeking an adventure of a life time, roaming the dazzling natural terrain of the island.

There are many ways tourists can enjoy Malta, with its beautiful scenery, crystalline beaches, historical sites, and rich culture, there are really limitless possibilities to how the typical traveller can enjoy himself.

However, in light of the current circumstances, many travelling families would appreciate a more authentic and remote experience by renting historic farmhouses in Gozo, or luxurious palazzos and villas in Malta, to avoid the risk of sharing a space with others. These private properties also provide a unique opportunity for tourists to immerse in the local cuisine and culture.

Indulge in the Authentic Maltese Lifestyle

Most of the farmhouses in Gozo are equipped with modern amenities, private pool and offer stunning views of the island. With the island being relatively small, all attractions are in close proximity. Being home to beautiful beaches and coves, renowned diving sites, historic sites and cosy traditional restaurants, Gozo presents a charming authentic experience for all travellers. Not to mention, these farmhouses usually are pre-stocked with fresh local ingredients or one can enjoy gourmet meals prepared by a private chef.

Likewise, the capital Valletta is an ideal place to rent a luxurious villa, palazzo or apartment. These private accommodations normally come with breath-taking views, private swimming pools, private gyms and saunas. Visitors could then leave their comfortable residences and go around exploring the city on foot, where they can discover the many cultural sites, boutiques, local restaurants and get a taste of the thriving nightlife.

The Maltese authorities have produced an online brochure which outlines the safety measures and procedures the government has required from all establishments based on social distancing and testing.

For more information on farmhouses: https://www.visitmalta.com/en/farmhouses

For more information on villas:


For the online brochure:



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About Malta Tourism Authority:

The Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) was formally set up by the Malta Travel and Tourism Service Act (1999).  This clearly defines its role – extending it beyond that of international marketing to include a domestic, motivating, directional, co-ordinating and regulatory role. The Act strengthens the public and private partnership in tourism through greater and more direct participation by the private sector in national planning and development of the industry.

The Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) has a diverse role, but one which in essence is all about creating and fostering relationships. The MTA is the tourism industry’s regulator and motivator, its business partner, the country’s brand promoter, and is here to form, maintain and manage meaningful partnerships with all tourism stakeholders. Primarily, this means attracting visitors to the Islands, but also working closely alongside the private sector partners. Importantly, the MTA is also here to help strengthen the industry’s human resources, ensure the highest standards and quality of the Islands’ tourism product, and foster relations with local and international media.

To find out more about Malta Tourism Authority: https://www.mta.com.mt/en/home


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