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Spend a day in and around Valletta, the historic capital of this Mediterranean nation, then explore deeper into the Maltese islands, Autumn is the ideal time to visit this small nation with a vast history. The summer heat has eased, but the sea remains warm. Every wave of civilisation has left its mark on the Maltese islands, creating a mosaic of cultures and colours.

Malta, Gozo and Comino are wrapped in more than 100 miles of coastline, and decorated by dozens of towns and villages. Sometimes you can you feel as though you’re on the edge of the world. But then you go a little further, turn a corner, make a new discovery, meet some more friendly, hospitable people.

The Maltese Islands are gentle and generous – and well worth 48 hours of anybody’s time.
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Spend a day in and around Valletta, the historic capital of this Mediterranean nation, then explore deeper into the Maltese islands, says Simon Calder
Inside the ancient walls of Malta's charming capital, a transformation is taking place, with dramatic new buildings joining the city's alluring mix.
Situated at the heart of the sparkling Mediterranean Sea, bathed in year-round sunshine and brimming with cultural and natural beauty, the twin islands of Malta and Gozo are in so many ways the ultimate holiday destination.
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