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The Greek island of Crete lies well south of most other Greek islands. It is over 160 miles in length making it the largest Greek island. It has a rich history from numerous rules from Minoan through Roman and Ottoman, the island has stunning beaches, high mountains and deep gorges to explore.
The Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site on the English Channel coast of southern England in the country of Dorset. The name derives from the exposed rock cliffs which date to the Jurassic period and which form some interesting formations including coves and arches.
The Cotswolds is an area of south England covering severalk counties but primarily Gloucestershire. It is characterised by pretty rural towns and villages built from the local Jurassic limestone which gives the houses their characteristic warm golden colour.
Valletta is the capital of the tiny island nation of Malta, sat in the mediteranean sea south and Sicily. It's an ancient city, having been founded by the order of the knights of St John in the sixteenth century, which sits high on a peninsula. There are many old buildings and churches often characterised by the distinctive Maltese balconies protruding from them.