Qormi is famous for its many cultural events such as the Qormi Bread Festival, the Malta Springfest and the Qormi Wine Festival. Qormi is also organises in sports events, such as the Qormi Road Race. Numerous music and band clubs, sports clubs, religious clubs and a variety of others ranging from fireworks and feast-related associations to political clubs and social circles are active in Qormi keeping its residents active within their community.
Qormi has two patrons St George and St Sebastian. The first parish of Qormi was that dedicated to St George. Later Qormi suffered many casualties from the plague, and a memorial to St Sebastian was erected when it was over. As the village continued to grow in terms of population the, a new parish developed.
At the time the British ruled Malta, the milling of wheat and the baking of bread became gained more popularity and Qormi had a vital role to play supplying bread for the Maltese families during the Second World War. Still today, Qormi is notorious for having the best Maltese bread.
In Narbona Square, the cottage dating from 1772 can be seen today as a monument of Grand Master Pinto's connection with Qormi. He was the person giving Qormi the title Città Pinto in May 1743, promoting the town to a city while giving it his own name. It is thought that the cottage seved as a tax collection site or for his pleasure of horse-races and his appreciation of wheat fields.
|Male / Female||49.98% / 50.02%|
|Population density||3,356 per km2|
|Average price||€ 316,904|
|Average price per m2||€ 1,649|
|Sold in the last 30 days||69|
|Currently for sale||824|