Published on : Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Malta is gradually turning out to be a hub for foodies, with a blend of Italian and Arabic cuisine, the new trail is set to explore the restaurants, bars, farms and producers across both Malta and Gozo.
There will be stunning wine offerings from the small archipelago and the producers have gained international recognition for indigenous and blended vintages.
The map has been designed to be taken in bitesize chunks which will be the first in a series of themed trails.
Agents can avail the Gastro Trail as their food bible or give it to their clients to use it during their entire stay on the island.
The foodie gem on the map is described with details about its offerings, which are the best place to try the fresh seafood, sample traditional Maltese savoury pastries which are baked throughout the night.
One can meet the independent gourmet artisans or explore the local cheese being created.
The British travellers had always preferred Malta as their favourite destination which is now buzzing with excitement as Valetta will become the 2018 European Capital of Culture by next year.
Three tantalizing restaurants had been picked for atmospheric dining, Micheal is a blend of traditional and cutting-edge cuisine located in a historic building.
Panorama provides a stunning panoramic vista of the Grand Harbour and the Harbour Club known mostly for the seasonal and local menus and its waterside views.