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Part of the Maltese archipelago, Gozo is the second-largest of the seven-island chain and basks in the Mediterranean off the coast of Sicily. More rural than its sister island, Malta, Gozo has a population of 31,000. Home to some of the oldest religious structures in the world, the fascinating Ggantija temples, the island offers dramatic orange-red sands and perfect snorkeling waters at striking Ramla Bay. Rickety buses ply Gozo's roads, making getting about the island an exciting component of your trip.
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- ByVisit MaltaMalta and Gozo: Game of Thrones Filming Locations🎬 🎥 In anticipation for the final season of the hit HBO series, Game of Thrones, we are rewinding back to the very first season. Did you know that a good amount of season one was shot in the Maltese Islands? In fact, several historical locations were featured throughout. Here is a list of all the filming locations to help Game of Thrones fans during their visit to the Maltese Islands ⚔ ♞8 items
- ByVisit MaltaMalta and Gozo: Blue Flag BeachesThe Blue Flag is an international Quality Award that is given to beaches that are managed through sustainable beach operations, have excellent bathing water quality, safety and services. Beaches would also have various organised environmental events. Beach operations have to abide by the 32 standard criteria of the Blue Flag Programme, that is administered by the Federation for Environmental Education (FEE) Denmark represented in Malta by Nature Trust. Malta now boasts of twelve Blue Flag Beaches, and these are St. George's Bay, Fond Għadir Bay, Westin Dragonara Resort, Qawra Point, Buġibba Perched Beach, Għajn Tuffieħa, Għadira Bay, Islands Edge Lido Beach, Golden Bay, Ramla Bay, Ħondoq Bay and Marsalforn Bay.9 items
- ByVisit MaltaMalta and Gozo: UNESCO World Heritage SitesThe Maltese Islands have three sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. These are the City of Valletta, the Megalithic Temples and the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum. In all, seven megalithic temples are found on the islands of Malta and Gozo, each the result of an individual development. The two temples of Ġgantija on the island of Gozo are notable for their gigantic Bronze Age structures. The Ġgantija Temples are the oldest, free-standing monuments in the world and are a testament to the Island's inhabitation for at least 1,000 years before the famous Egyptian pyramids of Giza were constructed. On the island of Malta, the temples of Ħaġar Qim, Mnajdra and Tarxien are unique architectural masterpieces, given the limited resources available to their builders. The Ta' Ħagrat and Skorba complexes show how the tradition of temple-building was handed down in Malta. These temples were inscribed on the World Heritage List as a group and represent a unique architectural tradition that flourished on the Maltese Islands between 3600 and 2500 B.C. The Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum is a rock-cut underground complex that was used both as a sanctuary as well as for burial purposes by the temple builders. It was discovered during construction works in 1902. The three underground levels date from around 3600 to 2400 B.C. The monument is considered one of the essential prehistoric monuments in the world. The capital of Malta, Valletta, is inextricably linked to the history of the military and charitable Order of St John of Jerusalem. Built after the Great Siege of 1565 and named after Grandmaster Jean Parisot de la Valette, this fortified city has hundreds of monuments, all within a relatively small space, making it one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world.8 items