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A hamlet in northern Malta which is immersed in legend. It hosts a chapel dedicated to St. Paul, built on the remains of a Roman temple dedicated to Apollo. Tradition claims it to be the house of St. Publius, the Chief of Malta in Roman times, who received the St. Paul during his shipwreck on the island.
A sea-side town in the South of Malta which has been growing steadily attracting locals and foreigners alike. These areas have been inhabited since neolithic times and one can come across remnants of history from different eras.
Located on Malta’s eastern coast, it is a major residential and commercial area and a centre for shopping, dining, and café life while enjoying beautifully unique views of Malta’s capital city Valletta.