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Gnejna Bay

Gnejna Bay

This bay is not far away from the Golden Bay. It can be reached on foot, with some effort, from Golden Bay, but the landscape and the cliffs make this a bit difficult.

A road leads to the bay and with a car getting there is much faster.

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Cospicua (Bormla)

Cospicua (Bormla) lies in front of the two peninsulas: Vittoriosa (Birgu) and Senglea (L’Isla). The city is the consequence of the overpopulation of the two peninsulas, Vittoriosa and Senglea. It was designed in 1717 and is surrounded by two fortifications. The outer one is known as the Cottonera Lines and the inner as the Margerita Lines.

Ferry Connections Malta-Gozo | Gozo-Malta

The only provider of this service is Gozo Channel Company. The ferry operates every 30minutes in summer and every 60 minutes in winter. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Sights in Marsaxlokk

In Marsaxlokk there isn’t much to see. The city has a nice bay, full of colorful traditional Maltese boats, also known as Dghajjes- or Luzzu-boats. The attraction #1 is the market. In the centre is a beautiful big church surrounded by old houses. Not far away from Marsaxlokk in the south lies the Fort St. Lucian. North-eastwards are an old church and the temples of Tas-Silg.




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