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Clint Camilleri explained that thanks to the work of the Maltese government and the European Fund for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, the fisheries sector has taken a leap forward through various projects have been carried out in the past, among which include: port landscaping in Mgarr, Gozo, the construction of a new fish market in Marsa, improving the consumption of fresh fish through educational campaign and improving authorized port of Marsa, San Paul's Bay, Marsascala and Marsaxlokk.
Head to the Sunday fish market in the pretty harbour town of Marsaxlokk where you can enjoy fresh fish right on the waterfront.
Back on Malta, the picturesque fishing village Marsaxlokk on the south-east of the island is another trip worth taking.
It's all you can smell at Marsaxlokk in the south-east of the island, a fishing village that on Sunday mornings (arrive before 9am for the best produce), is all a-bustle with fishermen's wives selling soft-bellied baby sharks, the still-slithering, hulking bodies of eels and one-euro salmon heads that are used in aljotta, a traditional Maltese fish soup.
Moreover, these paper also deliberate about the roles of urban form that characterized the cultural & heritage waterfront identity of Marsaxlokk waterfront.
Afterwards, still on the seafaring theme, we headed east to Marsaxlokk which was a traditional fishing village and, to a certain extent, still is.
I visited the gorgeous fishing villages of Marsaxlokk and Birzebbuga, and beauty spots such as the Blue Grotto and Azure Window on Gozo - just a 25-minute ferry trip away.
The service links these 19 ports: Hamburg, Antwerp, Southampton, Tangier, Marsaxlokk, Thessaloniki, Gebze, Istanbul-Ambarli (Avcilar), Istanbul-Haydarpasa, Samsun, Novorossisk, Constanta, Istanbul-Ambarli, Gebze, Gemlik, Aliaga, Marsaxlokk, Tangier and Casablanca, returning directly to Hamburg.
On the same day there is time to visit the colorful fishing port of Marsaxlokk, followed by an exploration of ancient Mdina, cloistered and dignified, the place where St.
Marsaxlokk: In the south-east of Malta lies the busy fishing village of Marsaxlokk and close to the water is La Ruelle Restaurant, which serves fantastic seafood in a friendly, traditional environment.
The picture-perfect fishing port of Marsaxlokk (pronounced marsashloke and home to a fishing fleet and attendant great seafood) is near the airport and thus a great way to decompress whether coming or going.