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Just about 9km from Valletta, the capital of Malta, will take you to St. Julian’s and Paceville – the place where life happens after 10 pm. Possibly the busiest place on the whole island and as well where most tourist flocks their way in for some fun.
“Prehistoric cave with Paleolithic art, human and animal remains and ice age artifacts.”
“Gozo is the second largest island of the Maltese archipelago. If using public transport you can get the bus to Cirkewwa and from there the ferry across to Gozo. There is also a hop-on hop-off option you could look into. In Gozo visit Rabat (the Basilica of Saint George) & Cittadella, the Ta' Pinu Sanctuary, Ggantija temples. Stop for a photo of Ramla l-Hamra at Calypso's Cave and in Dwejra where the famous Azure Window stood - you will still be able to see the Inland Sea and get a boat ride from here- and the Fungus Rock. If you have a rented car you should also pop down to see the salt-pans past Marsalforn.”
“These temples are older than Stone Henge and are an impressive sight with a majestic view!”
“It is a beach frequented exclusively by young people, because it is the center of many English schools. It could be a bit noisy and crowded, but fun is guaranteed. Very recommended for young people!”
“The Catacombs of St. Paul comprise an underground Roman necropolis dating back to the 4th century AD. Romans deemed it unclean to bury the deceased within city limits, so this catacomb complex was most likely used as the final resting place for the dead from surrounding cities like Mdina. Descending into the tombs may send a chill up your spine as your eyes dart toward the loculi (wall recesses). Some are small, others large to accommodate the corpses of children and adults. Numerous family crypts have also been discovered. There is room for about 1,000 bodies in total.”