The Maltese Islands offer an exhilarating contrast of colours – also in Winter. With the crowds having abandoned the beaches, these become idyllic locations for walks and picnics. In temperatures that rarely fall under +15 Celcius during the day, you can enjoy the azure of the Mediterranean sea, the mellow honey-coloured limestone of the buildings, and the… View more
A recent review by The Telegraph’s travel gave BOCO Boutique a 9 out of 10 for style and character, the guest rooms and value for money. Penned by destination expert Juliet Rix, who stayed at BOCO Boutique in the beginning of May 2017, just a few days before welcoming our first paying guests, the review… View more
One of the Web’s most influential travel bloggers, Christin Guan has recently visited Malta and Gozo and was inspired by the destination, especially the historic and cultural aspects. Read more about Malta in April on her blog Happy to Wander. In the meantime here’s a short video of what fascinated Christina most.
There is no better place to be on Easter Sunday than BOCO Boutique. Not just because we are in a community that celebrates this time of the year like no other village on the island, but also because the house is located right in the centre of all the festivities. After the sombre procession on… View more
Cospicua (or as it is known by the locals, Bormla) has long endured the role of the Three Cities’ ugly sister. Quite unfairly too one might say. It is actually the largest of the three fortified towns of the Cottonera (Birgu and Isla being the other two) and though at heart admittedly a no-nonsense working men’s… View more