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Marsaxlokk is a small fishing village( over 3000 inhabitants) on the south-east of Malta which provides easy fish and seafood almost for the entire island.

 

The two dishes still get on the Maltese tables straight from the sea: the local fish chic lampuki and the octopus, which is stewed in wine with garlic.Basically the Maltese eat fish not too often: it is expensive. 

 

Fishermen conduct their fishing as well as their fathers did it, and before that their grandparents, going to sea in brightly colored "big-eyed" boats. 

 

Anyone knows why this is necessary: ​​if you happen to thick fog, the painted boat will find its way into the home port.If you're lucky enough to see Marsaxlokk, you will remember this show for a lifetime. It offers lovely panoramic views.





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Malta is a beautiful country and consists of a group of seven islands in the Mediterranean Sea.
Malta has a really small land area, this making it one of the worlds smallest and most densely populated countries.
Only the three largest islands of its island group are inhabited.
It is one of the most spectacular countries in Europe, and even if it’s small, Malta has a lot of attractions and incredible areas that will for sure take your breath away.
Malta is famous for its cultural attractions, history, native flora, unique churches and temples, landmarks and architecture, modern buildings and impressive gardens.
Malta provides a variety of attractions to its visitors due to its diverse history and its natural Mediterranean beauty.

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Marsaxlokk - Maltese boats
Marsaxlokk - Maltese boats

Marsaxlokk - St. Mary Cathedral
Marsaxlokk - St. Mary Cathedral

Marsaxlokk - Traditional fishing village
Marsaxlokk - Traditional fishing village