This is the third post in video contributor Kelley Ferro’s three-part video series on Malta. Part one is here, and part two is here.

Warning: While watching this video you may experience HUNGER! This island nation pulls from all its neighbors to create a national cuisine all its own. The best way to really understand the food in Malta is to go the source, meeting the locals that cherish and preserve Maltese cooking. From winemakers to gourmet chefs to homestyle cooks, the diversity in food and dining experiences will satisfy even the gourmands.

Carol from Perillo’s Learning Journeys, a USTOA member, takes us on a food tour of the island and what travelers will get to enjoy while on tour.

For more: Part one and part two.


For more on Malta with Perillo’s Learning Journeys, visit learningjourneys.com.

Fresh options in Malta (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Fresh options in Malta (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Fresh caught (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Fresh caught (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Fine dining is easy to find (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Fine dining is easy to find (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Fresh from the oven (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Fresh from the oven (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Delicious (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Delicious (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Ingredients matter, and people care (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Ingredients matter, and people care (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Colors of Malta (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Colors of Malta (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Preserves for sale (Credit: Justin Weiler)
Preserves for sale (Credit: Justin Weiler)
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2 Comments On "VIDEO: Malta from a Tour Guide's Eyes, Part 3: Food in Malta"
  1. Mahee Ferlini|

    Great video! I love mediterranean food!

  2. Edward Lunsink|

    Maltese food is just to die for and will surely leave your mouth watering. Thanks for sharing your awesome video.

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