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A Hotel Traveller's Guide to Malta

20
Sep, 2016

Mellieha - The beachy side of Malta

Looking for a holiday near the most beautiful sandy beaches of Malta? Go to Mellieha! Mellieha is located in the northern of Malta and is mostly known by its sandy beaches and bays. Even though, there are also many other activities to do. ...

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20
Sep, 2016

Mdina - The Silent City

The huge walls around the city and the impressive entrance is what gives you an overwhelming first impression when visiting Mdina. The city is located on a large hill in the middle of Malta which makes it looks like a magical kingdom. Mdina ...

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19
Sep, 2016

St. Julians - Paradise of Malta

St. Julians or San Giljan (as locals call it) is named after the Patron Saint of the town, Saint Julian. St. Julians is populated with around 8000 people and is mostly known by its thriving nightlife and touristic activities. The village is ...

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19
Sep, 2016

Holiday in Gozo - Places to see and activities to do

When visiting Malta, a visit to Gozo can’t be forgotten. Gozo is one of the three inhabited islands of the island group Malta. Even though Gozo is much smaller than Malta itself, it has a greener and more peaceful setting. Gozo gives ...

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16
Sep, 2016

Bugibba - Malta

Bugibba is a town in the Northern Region of Malta. It lays into to the St. Paul’s Bay and is very close to Qawra. Bugibba used to be a fishing village but grow into one of the most important tourist centres in Malta. Bugibba is a pop ...

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15
May, 2016

Valletta is My Orchestra | Valletta V-18

Valletta  is the capital city of Malta, known lovingly by the locals as 'Il-Belt' which in Maltese translates to 'The City' is one of the most beautiful and historically rich cities in Europe and for that reason, Malta was chosen to be ...

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05
May, 2016

Sliema, Malta - Places To Visit & Things to Do

The beautiful town of Sliema boast ones of the most sought after promenades on the island, which runs the length of Gzira just south of Sliema to St Julian's. Tourists and locals alike frequently enjoy a nice walk, enjoying majestic sea vie ...

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