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Marsa

Marsa

The town of Marsa, situated in the innermost creek of Grand Harbour, is the nerve centre for the Islands' shipping and engineering industries.

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Marsalforn

Marsalforn

Marsalforn, meaning 'bakery harbour', is Gozo's main seaside town. During the summer, it becomes a bustling, lively resort.

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Marsaskala

Marsaskala

Marsaskala (a.k.a. Wied il-Għajn) has developed only in recent years from a small fishing village into the popular southern resort it is today.

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Marsaxlokk

Marsaxlokk

Marsaxlokk Bay is Malta's second largest natural harbour. It is the best place to see the colourful, traditional Maltese fishing boats, the Luzzus, with the mythical eye painted on their prows.

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Mdina

Mdina

The history of Mdina traces back more than 4000 years.

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Mellieħa

Mellieħa

Mellieħa was once an isolated 15th century hamlet perched on the ridge overlooking Għadira Bay.

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Mġarr

Mġarr

Mġarr is a typical rural village, and lies in one Malta's most isolated spots around five kilometres from the town of Mosta.

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Mġarr Harbour

Mġarr Harbour

Gozo's main harbour and a bustling fishing village.

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Mosta

Mosta

Mosta lies at the heart of Malta, along the Great Fault that runs east-west across the Island.

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Mtarfa

Mtarfa

For decades, Mtarfa was one of the main residential areas for the British services personnel stationed in Malta.

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