Future development plans for Manoel island, Malta

Gżira council pens deal with Manoel Island developers Guardianship agreement described as a 'significant milestone' The fort itself, originally earmarked for a hotel, will instead be turned into an arts and culture centre, comprising galleries, museums, shops, restaurants, which will be open to the public. The latest masterplan, submitted to the Planning Authority in November, also drops plans for mooring points in the current swimming area beneath the fort, which will be retained...

Rental market at Malta

Rental prices for residential dwellings have gone up significantly over the past four years, spurred by a booming economy. The Central Bank of Malta noted that over a 10-year span, rents had risen by 40 per cent, with much of that increase happening after 2013. Increases happened across all regions, although they were more pronounced in the central and northern areas. Rental prices are the highest in the central area, which comprises Sliema, St Julian's, Gżira and Valletta. This is a...

South of Malta update

At the moment properties are the most affordable at the South of Malta, however the price trends are following an upward trend. The growth per square meter has moved from Eur1100.00 in 2013 to Eur1260.00 in 2016. The government's commitment to pay more attention to the south of Malta has unlocked the area's growing popularity. Planned infrastructural projects and announced investments are attracting more and more interest in properties in the area. The influx of foreigners working and...

New cable cars at the Marmolada mountain in the Dolomites open on 27. January 2018

To celebrate 50 years of the Marmolada and Tofana cable cars in the Dolomites, Italy, this Saturday January 27th, two new panoramic lifts on Punta Rocca will be inaugurated. As part of this special event, there will also be a not to be missed photographic exhibition telling the history of the cable cars. The exhibition will be open the entire winter season and can be found on the station of Punta Rocca. What a great time to visit the queen of the Dolomites!

Cross-country skiing in South Tyrol

In Alta Badia you can enjoy cross-country skiing in the midst of the majestic Dolomite peaks Cross-country skiing, probably the oldest sporting discipline on skis, is an elegant and healthy type of sport which can be learned easily by people of all ages. The small Dolomite region of Alta Badia has a long tradition of cross-country skiing - legends of the sport such as Maria Canins (among other triumphs, winner of a Vasaloppet race), the junior athlete Debora Agreiter as well as the...

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