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MARSAXLOKK MARKET, A FEAST FOR THE SENSES
Every Sunday morning Marsaxlokk is transformed from a peaceful fishing village to a bustling marketplace. The Sunday fish market is renowned across the island as the place to be for the freshest seafood around. Straight from the fishermen’s morning catch, don’t be surprised if some of the fish is so fresh it’s still moving! Arrive early to avoid the crowds and enjoy the first pick of the beautiful produce. Direct from the fisherman means lower prices so grab a bargain and don’t be afraid to haggle yourself an even better deal.
Those less fond of fish are not neglected. Surrounding stalls abound with Maltese produce of all kinds. From local honey and preserves to fresh vegetables, pastries and sweets, the market is a banquet of all things delicious. For the perfect souvenir, why not purchase some traditional Maltese lace? Any trip to Marsaxlokk is incomplete without a meal at one of its fantastic restaurants, so why not complete your market experience by sampling the produce over some Sunday lunch? You truly can’t get more authentic than this. Due to the market’s popularity, it is serviced by regular buses from Valletta. On Sundays route 85 runs every twenty minutes from the main terminus.
On the Sunday market in Marsaxlokk you can choose between delicious fish and lots of local cuisine dishes such as pastini. Go and try it - it's definitely worth a visit 🐟🌊😊 🔜 www.wowmalta.com.mt 🎥 Video by @farukdoan #malta #wowmalta #gozo #summer #sea #travel #stjulians #visitmalta #comino #valletta #malta🇲🇹 #travelphotography #maltaphotography #malta2017 #beach #gozophotography #visitmalta #gozoisland #visitgozo #maltalovers #maltagozo #igers #maltagram #picoftheday #photooftheday #travelphotography #traveladdict
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PROČITAJTE SLEDEĆI TEKST: MARSAXLOKK, MALTA’S FAVOURITE FISHING VILLAGE