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Cycling in Malta

Malta In A Nutshell

I've no idea what touring is like in Malta because the ferry dropped me in Valletta and that's where I stayed. Valletta's worth a visit though.

When I Went To Malta

2nd - 4th June 2012

Where I Went

Valletta. Soz.

Malta's Scenery

I'm hoping someone out there can help with this bit.

Malta's Road Quality

And this.

Malta's Accommodation & Costs

My hotel was €50, which I think was one of the cheapest.

Language

English is one of two official languages.

Neighbouring Countries

The nearest non-water-surrounded place is Italy. Actually, it's Sicily, which is a water-surrounded place. Ah, forget it.

Reasons To Go To Malta

Valletta and probably other reasons too.

Where Have You Written About Cycling In Malta?

No Place Like Home, Thank God

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