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A Family Trip to the Lake District
The Maltese islands lie pretty much in the centre of the Mediterranean, mid way between Italy and Tunisia.
Malta itself is the largest island, as well as being the administrative and cultural centre. It is also the main gateway to the islands, as neither of the others have an airport. Gozo is second largest, and is more rural and relaxed. Tiny Comino is the smallest, and is almost uninhabited - although it does have one hotel.
It’s strategic position means that it has seen many different cultures over the centuries, both friendly and hostile. This has left an amazing legacy of history, stretching back some 7000 years, meaning there is a fantastic amount to see and do.
The year round good climate also helps, of course, as many tourists choose these islands as a winter sun destination. The narrow winding streets, whitewashed buildings, medieval towers, and wayside churches, find an endearing appeal with travellers from around the world. Take a trip there yourself, and it’s not hard to see why.