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Dive in clear waters with colourful sealife. Follow in the footsteps of the crusading Knights of St John. See some of the oldest archaeological wonders of the word. Laze on unspoilt sandy beaches. Go clubbing until daybreak. A group of islands in the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta is something of a lively, open–air museum, dotted with ancient ruins, forts and churches. The island of Malta itself includes the 3800BC complex of Hagar Qim, and the cobblestone streets of Mdina. Valletta, the atmospheric capital, offers intriguing sights around nearly every corner as well as a vibrant nightlife. The green and rural island of Gozo features the extraordinary Neolithic temples of Ggantija. Tiny Comino island is a traffic–free haven for watersports, with particularly good snorkelling around the aquamarine waters of the Blue Lagoon. Malta's hostels provide easy access to some of the highlights of these sun–drenched islands.
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The roar of the engine, the wind blowing through your hair, the feel of the wheel beneath your hands, the sight of the open road before you and the taste of expectation as you gently ease the car into gear. These are the sensations that run through you when you are passionate about cars....
"The capital of Malta is one of the rare urban inhabited sites that has preserved in near entirety its original features. It is inextricably linked to the history of the military and charitable Order of St John of Jerusalem....
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