La Valletta, the tiny capital of Malta, is a planned city, constructed in the 16th century as a fortified town and as the seat of power for the Order of Saint John. Today La Valletta is a UNESCO World Heritage, famous for its wide, straight streets. The city gets hot in the summer, so be sure to bring your swimming gear for a refreshing dive in the Mediterranean. Its many historic buildings are best admired in the early mornings, leaving the evenings for parading around the old harbor.
Laurium is a picturesque Greek town with great atmosphere and ancient ruins at each turn. Visit the archeological museum for artifacts dating back to 5 000 BC or the Mineralogical Museum to see traces of the town’s mining history. Sit at one of the local tavernas and enjoy seafood while looking over the marina