About MaltaUncovered.com

About MaltaUncovered - EdwardHi there, thanks for visiting MaltaUncovered.com! I’m a tourist-turned-expat who’s been living in Malta for over a decade. I’m a born and raised Dutchman with Maltese roots, who always had a close connection with Malta.

I’ve loved Malta ever since I was a kid and still do. No country is without flaw, but the uniqueness of Malta always fascinated me and outweighed the negatives. Which is what brought me to create MaltaUncovered.com.

Why MaltaUncovered.com?

My mission is to reach curious travellers around the world and introduce them to Malta. Not the commercial version of Malta, but the side of Malta that isn’t talked about much online: A unique blend of culture, history and a warm hospitality that’s hard to find elsewhere.

I started out with a small site (GuideToMalta.net) where I’d collect info and recommendations I’d give friends and relatives who were looking to pay Malta a visit. It turned out my collection of tidbits actually attracted a bit of an audience and MaltaUncovered.com was born.

How is MaltaUncovered.com different?

With some quick Googling, you’ll find that a lot of info out there:

  1. Is standard, factual blurb that doesn’t do Malta justice
  2. Provides little or no personal experience, let alone honest reviews of what’s worthwhile doing/seeing and what isn’t
  3. Focuses on “sun and sea” when there’s so much more to Malta that’s worth experiencing for yourself.

I was determined that I could do better, so here it is: My travel and holidays guide to Malta.

What this site is all about:

  • Answering travellers’ questions
  • Personal recommendations
  • Insider knowledge – “Stuff only the locals know”

I hope my site proves to be useful to you in getting the most out of your travels to Malta!



Do you have any feedback for me?

I like to hear from my readers, be it a comment or a quick message through my Contact page. Get in touch and let me know what you think of my site, or what your experience in Malta was.

Do you like my site? Show your support!

If you like my site, why not help my mission? Here’s how:

  • Contribute! Have an experience with something you encountered in Malta or do you have a tip? Leave a comment!
  • Share! Recommend the articles you liked to friends/family who might benefit from the info as well, either by email or on your favourite Social Media site.
  • Do you run a site or blog of your own? Link to my site!
  • Consider buying a copy of my Valletta travel guide – It’s chockful of information that will help you get the most out of a visit to Malta’s capital city and #1 tourist destination that the country has to offer.
  • Subscribe to my email newsletter if you’d like to receive fresh articles and videos about Malta in occasional email updates.

What you should know when browsing around on MaltaUncovered.com

  • I run this site voluntarily. I’m not affiliated with any commercial or government entity.
  • I don’t earn a living off of it and I’m not out to earn a quick buck off my readers. Adverts and links to trusted companies are displayed here and there to help support the cost of hosting, improving/growing and maintaining my site.
  • My opinions are my own and are not for sale.
  • I respect my readers’ privacy. I do not sell email addresses or other personal information collected on my site to third parties. Ever.
  • My site uses cookies and data tracking, but only to help improve the site and information provided.

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  1. How you can write that you opinion is not for sale yet you ask if people wanna advertise?

    • Hi Anders, thank you for leaving a message. As mentioned above, I don’t earn a living off the site, and money isn’t my main motivator. If advertisers are willing to display a few adverts to support the cost of hosting, development and maintaining a heavily-trafficked site I run in my spare time, I welcome that. But just because advertisers may pay me to display ads, I don’t review companies favourably against payment. Those are very different things and I maintain that division out of principle. My advice is mine only and my opinion is indeed not for sale. I help thousands of travellers every year because I want to share what I love about Malta and get positive feedback of good experiences had following my advice almost daily. But of course, everyone is free to choose whether or not they trust and make use of the information I provide. I have no reason to be disingenuous because, again, I don’t make a living off my site and that isn’t the intention in any case.

  2. Well our time in beautiful Malta has come to an end, and we have packed so much into 16 amazing days thanks to the information and tips we got from Edward. There is so much history, so many stories and so many places of beauty. While these proud maltese people might be a little crazy on the roads, they are so very proud of their heritage and once you break through their hard faced exterior they are the most lovely people. Thanks Edward for helping us create this amazing trip of a lifetime. We love, love, love Malta.

    • Happy to hear you had such a great trip Jenny – that’s the kind of feedback that makes running this site worthwhile! 🙂

  3. I just signed up for your newsletter. What a refreshing approach to informing consumers about the country ! Planning a 4 night stay in Valletta in April, I was particularly heartened that you’ve listed my choice of hotels as amongst the most recommended ! A sigh of relief! I have many questions but we both have time for responses. Thanks Ed. I look forward to reading more. Oh, being somewhat old school, I wish your guide were printed as well as electronic !

    • Thank you for the feedback Andrew! A printed version of the guide should be available later this year but that’s unlikely to be by April I’m afraid. I hope you enjoy your stay – Location- and timing-wise I’m pretty confident you’ve set yourself up for a trip to remember fondly! 🙂


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