Fattar – “To Flatten”

A Traditional Maltese Ftira Experience.

The Maltese ftira is a sourdough bread that is now part of the Maltese identity and culture. Everyone loves a good ftira when it is prepared the right way! With the right ingredients, the ftira is both a light snack or even a hearty dinner.

In this experience, you will learn all about the ftira and prepare one yourself.

Learn how to make the perfect dough.- get up close to a real wood-fired oven and bake your own authentic Maltese “ftira”.- taste the local pressed olive oil- taste some of the best local wine or beer- finally eat your artfully prepared ftira.

And all this in the picturesque setting of an olive grove!

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About Malta

Through my travels I have been marveled, impressed, amazed and still have a longing to visit more of our world. I have visited places that have enchanted many but I have never really found anything so mystical and colourful as Malta! I left Malta 20 years ago because its size was too small for me I thought – but its size is one of the reasons many people are visiting and now even staying here – I love to call Malta “The world’s best kept secret!”

One thing that really impresses me in Malta is that although so small one can endulge in anything as there is everything available – all the hobbies I have gathered during my travels I found here too – archery, yoga, horseriding, sailing, rock climbing – The Maltese are really entrepeneurs!

The laid back lifestyle and warm climate here is unique and we are very lucky to have warm days during the winter months while other countries are in freezing conditions. Summer begins in the late days of May and ends towards the last days of October with the month of November still being warm our authumn streches till end of December.With superbly sunny weather, attractive beaches, a thriving nightlife and 7,000 years of intriguing history, there is a great deal to see and do.

Malta the largest island and Valletta is the capital  full of cultural, commercial and administrative centre. Gozo is the second largest island and is more private rural, characterised by fishing, tourism, crafts and agriculture. Comino the smallest of the trio, has one hotel and is largely uninhabited.

Concerned about language barriers? No need to be. The official language of the Maltese islands is Maltese. However, English is the second language and virtually everyone speaks it on the island many speak Italian too!

What ever you are looking for – you will find it here in Malta

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