In recent years, the global tourism industry has witnessed unprecedented growth, with more people travelling to exotic destinations than ever before. While this surge in tourist numbers has brought economic benefits to many regions, it has also raised concerns about the sustainability and impact of mass tourism on both the environment and local communities.
Welcome to the 13th Issue of HORECA Magazine, your steadfast companion in navigating the dynamic and ever-evolving landscape of the hotel, restaurant, and catering industry in Malta. As we delve into this edition, we are proud to introduce a new segment: Horeca 101.
Michelin launched the fourth Malta Michelin Guide, announcing the list of restaurants that made it in this year’s edition. The new Michelin Guide recognises the outstanding restaurants, breadth of cuisine styles and culinary skills found in Malta, Gozo and Comino.
The first quarter of 2023 has reached new levels in tourism numbers in more ways than one. Records have been reached in the number of arriving tourists, in the number of nights stayed, in tourism expenditure, and most important of all, in off-peak tourism growth.
The quarter 1 2023 MHRA survey carried out by Deloitte and supported by Bank of Valletta was indeed positive in many aspects as the results were similar to those achieved in 2019 which was the best ever year for the Maltese islands.