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Malta, officially known as the Republic of Malta, is a true hidden gem of the Mediterranean Sea. Discover its delightful coastline, its diverse history and be charmed by the friendly locals.

Malta’s capital Valetta is a remarkable place, with every street leading to the sea. The walled fortress city has beautiful 16th and 17th century townhouses with traditional Maltese balconies. Valletta’s St John’s Co-Cathedral is Malta’s most impressive church, with a huge painting of John the Baptist by Caravaggio. Malta and Gozo have Europe’s best warm diving seas with underwater architecture and WWII shipwrecks. Malta’s third island is beautiful Comino, with its worldly Blue Lagoon. The blue is so intense it’s as if you’ve stepped into a postcard.

Mdina and Rabat are definatley worth visiting. The Arabic walled city of Mdina lies on a hilltop and is a world apart from modern Malta. With its peaceful and shady streets its nicknamed the Silent City. Mdina adjoins Rabat, a lovely town withs some fascinating sights and with one of Malta’s best restaurant scenes.

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Gozo Island

Gozo is an island in the Mediterranean Sea with rugged landscape and spectacular coastline. Highlights include the historical sites, forts and amazing panoramas.

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Marsaxlokk village is located in the southeastern part of Malta which is famous for its big Sunday fish market and its many decorative “eyed”  painted boats called Luzzus.

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St Julian's

St Julian's is a town located close to Paceville, famous for its nightlife spots, bars, restaurants, hotels and seaside promenade.

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Xaghra is a village on the Island of Gozo in Malta. The small town famous for the Ggantija Temples, Ta' Kola Windmill and Xerri's Grotto.