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St. Paul

St. Paul's Bay

St. Paul's Bay and its neighbours Buġibba and Qawra are Malta's largest, seaside resorts.

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Swieqi

Swieqi

Swieqi lies on the outskirts of Paceville, Malta's main entertainment and nightlife centre.

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Ta' Kerċem

Although only a short distance from the Island's capital, Victoria, Ta' Kerċem is a secluded village.

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Ta' Qali

Ta' Qali is a wide open space in the limits of Attard in central Malta, which contains the national football stadium, Ta' Qali National Park, a crafts village, and a national vegetable market which is locally known as the Pitkalija.

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Ta' Sannat

The quiet village of Sannat once famed for its lace-making, lies to the south of the island of Gozo.

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Ta’ Xbiex

Ta’ Xbiex

Ta' Xbiex is a peninsula overlooking the inner reaches of Marsamxett Harbour.

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Tal-Pietà

Tal-Pietà

Tal-Pieta' has two faces, the older town down by the water's edge and the newer development of Gwardamanġa on the steep hill between Tal-Pieta' and Msida Creeks.

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Tas-Sliema

Tas-Sliema

Tas-Sliema and the coastline up to neighbouring St. Julian's constitutes Malta's main coastal resort.

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Valletta

Valletta

Valletta, The Fortress City, Citta' Umilissima, “A city built by gentlemen for gentlemen”. These are some of the names given to Malta's capital city: a living, working city, the administrative and commercial heart of the Islands.

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Victoria

Victoria

All roads in Gozo lead to Rabat, also known as Victoria. The village’s Citadel is visible from almost all the Island, rising steeply above the surrounding countryside.

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