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The Maltese Islands, comprising Gozo, Malta, and the uninhabited Comino, known for its blue lagoons, have a panoply of historic sites, rocky and sandy beaches, and diving hotspots to offer. From Italy, many tourists take a ferry to reach the shores of these compact islands dotting the Mediterranean Sea. Others hop off of a luxury cruise to see the sights in a day. Almost all the major attractions are served by efficient and economical public buses. There are three worthy UNESCO World Heritage Sites that reveal the world of our earlier times - the Hypogeum of Hal Saflieni, the Megalithic Temples, and Valletta, the capital city, which is home to no fewer than 320 monuments. Amble through Comino and Gozo to enjoy gorgeous Mediterranean views in solitude. The spectacular seascape with crystal-clear water makes it a particularly captivating diving destination. The most pleasant sites for diving are the HMS Maori, Irqieqa Point, and the St. Marija Caves. And if you prefer to let your hair down, the places to be are the inexpensive bars and clubs of St. Julians, Mellieha, Bugibba, and Marsascala.

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  • Post videos and pictures of your Malta Holiday and show us which places really impressed you.Cheers and happy uploading :)
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  • He vivido en Malta un año y la verdad es que no defrauda. Si eres amante de la naturaleza et encantara su escarpada cossta, sus aguas azules y sus fondos marinos. En primavera esta tapizada de verde y es espectacular. ME gusta mas la isla de Gozo pero todo el pais esta salpicado de maravillas naturales.Aqui teneis una guia con fotos de lo que merece la pena ver, echadle un ojo!http://www.siete-leguas.com/?p=1
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  • If you are planning to spend some time on the islands and do some real sightseeing, _The mAZe: Street Atlas, Malta and Gozo_ in indispensable. The publisher is Uptrend Publishing in Birkirkara, Malta.
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  • I have spent two summers in Malta and I have to say I am a bit in love, both with the Maltese people and the country itself. Even if Malta isn't very "turist friendly" in many perspectives, there are still things to see and do here. Try the lovely Maltese octupus stews, the great pasta dishes and drink loads of the local beer Cesk.
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