A country which blends several cultures from the Mediterranean and beyond, Malta is an eccentric archipelago with hillside villages, fabulous architecture, 359 churches, good food and an indecipherable language, all framed by a sparkling turquoise sea.
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Lying just south of Sicily (it´s a 90 minute ferry ride from Malta´s Grand Harbourto Pozzalo), the 316 sq. km. Maltese archipelago is formed by three islands: Malta itself, the largest one (27 km by 14 km), is the main tourist hub, with Valletta as its highlight. Gozo, smaller (14 km by 7 km) but popular for those seeking a more tranquil atmosphere and slower pace , is still a bit untamed, with spectacular green valleys, a couple of sandy beaches and a handful
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