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Malta packs glorious variety into its small archipelago. You’ll find prehistoric temples, stunning cliffs, pristine beaches, thrilling scuba diving and a history of remarkable intensity!
If you look at one of the brightly painted Maltese fishing boats, you will be sure to notice a pair of eyes carved or painted on the front. This traditional boat, called luzzu, is usually brightly decorated in shades of yellow, red, green and blue. Luzzus have existed since the ancient times. The eyes on the bow, originating from the time of the Phoenicans, are sometimes referred to as the Eye of Horus or of Osiris. They are said to protect the fishermen while at sea.
These colourful boats can be spotted at Marsaxlokk Harbour. The fishing village of Marsaxlokk is also known for one of the most popular markets in Malta, where locals buy fresh fish and seafood caught during the same morning. Originally a fish market, it has developed, and now it also sells local products like honey, fruit jams, wine, souvenirs and clothes. The biggest market is held on Sundays, from early morning until around 12:30. Arriving early is recommended.
To find out more about Malta go to Destination Fly4free: Malta and to Lonely Planet online shop
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In Malta we suggest you to stay at Triton Aparthotel, just 10-minute walk from the beach, in Qawra. Conveniently located, near the seafront promenade and the Malta National Aquarium, this property offers to its guests air-conditioned rooms which are equipped with a kitchen, a seating area, a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom and a balcony.
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