Malta Island


The picturesque parish square in the agricultural village of Imgarr, surrounded by lush green valleys, will once again host 'Festa Frawli' - the annual Strawberry Festival. Now in its 8th edition, this event which takes place every April has become a much awaited fixture in the Maltese calendar.

The Traditional Harvest Festival (L-Imnarja) is one of the oldest feasts celebrated in Malta and Gozo. The event, which is celebrated every year on the 29th of June, commemorates two important saints in the Maltese religious lore, St. Peter and St. Paul.

The Chocolate Festival in Hamrun, a chocoholic’s delight, turns the use of chocolate into an art form.

New recipes are prepared, a wide variety of chocolate products can be bought and an interesting array of chocolate sculptures can be viewed during this tantalising event. 

Seeking to experience Maltese culture and traditions in one place? Then a night in Casal Fornaro is the right choice! Visitors of the Festival will have the chance to enjoy the town that was once known as the town of the bakeries.

Genuine traditional Maltese food, folk songs, street drama, cultural exhibitions are all part of the entertainment programme. 

Żejt iż-Żejtun is an event that celebrates the olive picking season in the city of Żejtun, whose name comes from the Sicilian Arabic for "olive"- zaytun. 
An exhibition of agricultural products and tools, as well as folk art are all part of the festival where they come alive with music and colour.