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Blue Hole ... Gozo, Malta, Mediterranean Sea

Blue Hole ... Gozo, Malta, Mediterranean Sea

Ramla Bay, Gozo, Malta. Really, one of the nicest places I have ever been to - both Malta and Gozo are incredibly beautiful and so close to anywhere in Europe. A perfect mixture of north Africa, mediterranean and australian :)

Ramla Bay, Gozo, Malta. Really, one of the nicest places I have ever been to - both Malta and Gozo are incredibly beautiful and so close to anywhere in Europe. A perfect mixture of north Africa, mediterranean and australian :)

Inland Sea, Dwejra, #Gozo. #Malta, I've stood on this awaiting our boat ride ❤️

Inland Sea, Dwejra, #Gozo. #Malta, I've stood on this awaiting our boat ride ❤️

The blue hole in Dwejra Gozo/Malta.

The blue hole in Dwejra Gozo/Malta.

Lobelia Fields in Ta' Pinu Sanctuary, Gozo | Malta (Photo by Doranne Alden)

Lobelia Fields in Ta' Pinu Sanctuary, Gozo | Malta (Photo by Doranne Alden)

ent2ooo mlaha maltaaaaaaa :D

ent2ooo mlaha maltaaaaaaa :D

The Azure Window, the Blue Hole and the Inland Sea // Gozo, Malta

The Azure Window, the Blue Hole and the Inland Sea // Gozo, Malta

Things to do in Malta | Must see places in Malta | Valletta | St Julians | Paceville | Masaxlokk | Fishermans Village | Gozo Island | Comino Island | Blue Lagoon Malta | Mdina and Rabat

7 Must See Places in Malta and Travel Tips!

Things to do in Malta | Must see places in Malta | Valletta | St Julians | Paceville | Masaxlokk | Fishermans Village | Gozo Island | Comino Island | Blue Lagoon Malta | Mdina and Rabat

Saltpans are one of the most interesting features of the Maltese coastline. The pans are used to collect sea water which is gradually dried up by the sun, to leave a white residue. This is then collected, cleaned and refined to produce sea salt. Some of the best saltpans are the ones located at Qbajjar, near Marsalforn in #Gozo, #Malta │ #VisitMalta visitmalta.com

Saltpans are one of the most interesting features of the Maltese coastline. The pans are used to collect sea water which is gradually dried up by the sun, to leave a white residue. This is then collected, cleaned and refined to produce sea salt. Some of the best saltpans are the ones located at Qbajjar, near Marsalforn in #Gozo, #Malta │ #VisitMalta visitmalta.com

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