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    Malta’s location in the Mediterranean, between Sicily and Tunisia, made it a highly strategic naval base in the past, and empires ranging from the Phoenicians to the British have left their mark on the island. From the megalithic temples of Hagar Qim to Valletta’s contemporary parliament building, each era has contributed to Malta’s unique heritage.

    For a snapshot of typical Maltese life, spend a day at Marsaxlokk. This photogenic port on Malta’s southern tip is famous for its market. Admire the brightly coloured boats decorated with “eyes” to ward off danger, then try local favourite lampuki (fried dolphinfish) in a lively harbourside restaurant.

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    • St. Julian's

      St Julian's (San Giljan) is a seaside town that’s known for its thriving nightlife scene and scenic bays. It has a 7-km-long promenade that lets you walk or cycle to several resort towns on the east coast of Malta. If you need to escape the heat, there are plenty of restaurants and cafes along the surrounding promenade.

      St. George's Bay is a Blue Flag beach that’s very popular for swimming and sunbathing in St Julian’s. One of St Julian's oldest structures, the Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel is located near Balluta Bay. Paceville is the town’s main nightlife district, with dozens of bars, nightclubs, and discos lining several streets near St George’s Bay.

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