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St Juliens & St Georges

The Islands of Malta, Gozo, and Comino.

Due to their geological position the Maltese Archipelago has born the brunt of many conquests, each one has left an indelible impression that has endowed the islands with a unique richness of culture, cuisine, traditions and architecture.

Malta is the largest island and has for many years been a popular holiday destination offering a wide choice of attractions and activities for all ages.

Having been blessed with almost 365 days of sunshine a year, golden beaches, a wealth of historic sites and beautiful countryside it is hardly surprising that it's a firm favourite, that holiday makers return to year after year.


Northern Malta has many established beaches and resorts, such as Bugibba, Qawra, St Paul's Bay, and Malta's largest sandy beach at Mellieha; plus sandy bays like, Golden Bay, Ghajn Tuffieha and Paradise Bay.

The north is also Malta's main area for shopping, entertainment, restaurants and cafés. St Julian's and Paceville are the main nightlife areas.

All along this superb coast line there are some of the most wonderful views of Comino and Gozo on the horizon. Valletta is the 16th century baroque capital of Malta has magnificent views of Comino and Gozo Sliema and St Julian's and it's also the cultural and administrative centre.

The South in contrast has picturesque fishing villages, small bays and a genuine taste of rural life, here you will also find two of Malta's prehistoric temples of Hagar Qim and Mnajdra. The southern resort of Marsascala is charming and peaceful by day, but comes alive once the sun goes down. Central Malta has the ancient capital of Midina that is possibly one of the best examples of a medieval walled town, and outside the walls is Rabat thought to be of Roman origin.

Near by Gozo offers a pleasant change of tempo.


Comino is the ultimate getaway there are no cars and only one resort hotel. The island offers superb water sports facilities.