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Malta and Sicily

Two neighbouring islands in the Mediterranean, Malta and Sicily are bursting with beautiful beaches, rich culture, striking natural wonders and food to make you drool. Plus, both currently offer quarantine-free travel in both directions.


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updated on 26th September 2020

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Blog posts

From the UK's most popular travel bloggers

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12th June 2019 by PommieTravels

9 best things to see & do in Malta

Malta, Gozo and Comino are the three islands that make the Maltese archipelago a paradise in the heart of the Mediterranean, just 80 km from the Sicilian coast. But it’s not just the crystal-clear sea and the sun that attracts millions of tourists every year. In Malta, you can appreciate the beautiful harmony between nature and art, between the possibility of taking a dip in the Blue Lagoon, getting out of the water and after a few minutes, visiting three UNESCO sites and other...

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18th November 2019 by PommieTravels

The best beaches in Malta

Malta is an island offering some of the cleanest water in the EU. Having a variety of beaches, tailored according to the different groups, families, and friends, makes it a popular destination. In addition to the beaches, Malta also has some famous historical sites. The 300 days of sunshine doesn’t hurt its cause either. So, let’s find out about the best beaches in Malta....

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6th September 2019 by Twins that Travel

A day trip from Taormina to Syracuse, Sicily

During our visit to Sicily, I was keen to plan a day trip from Taormina to Syracuse. Having stumbled across images of this magnificent ancient city in my trusty Lonely Planet guide, I’d immediately added it to our Sicily bucket list. A city that was once the largest of its kind in the ancient world, we discovered that Syracuse makes for a truly fascinating visit. It’s a place where visitors can move seamlessly between both ancient and modern day worlds, with Greek ruins sitting alongside...