St. Paul's Bay Central - Sleeps 5
From $61 / night
Description from the owner
Description from the owner
Type: Apt. / Condo
Recently refurbished and modern furnished, large, 3 double bedroom apartment in St. Paul's Bay. Sleeps up to 6 people and comes with 2 bathrooms (new), air conditioning, solar water heating, and BBQ area. Kitchen is equipped with cooker, oven, microwave, washing machine, fridge, freezer, pots and pans, kettle and toaster. The front balcony overlooks the street.
Apartment is bright, airy, very clean and highly maintained. Guests will be provided with bedroom and bathroom linens. Guests will also be welcomed with a small food hamper upon arrival.
Apartment is centrally located in the best touristic area of St. Paul's Bay - Bugibba and Qawra. It ...Read more
About the owner
About the owner
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St. Paul's Bay Central - Sleeps 5 Saint Paul's Bay, Island of Malta, Malta
Additional Location Information
Centrally located in the best touristic area of St. Paul's Bay. Close to all amenities including food stores, bus stops, 5 min away from sea front (on foot), close to restaurants, bars, parks. Only 20 min away from Sliema and St. Julian's (by bus / car). Street parking available in the area. Close to cinema, the Malta National Aquarium and also the highly acclaimed Cafe' Del Mar. In the area one can also find historic places like the Watch towers in the older part of St. Paul's Bay. Visitors will surely enjoy strolls by the sea side and why not taste some of the best ice-creams on the island from the various outlets.
The northern region in Malta is the most touristic of all of the island. This is because the northern part of the island has the most beautiful beaches - sandy and rocky. It also has one of the most beautiful historic places on the island - Mdina - also referred to as the silent city surrounded by beautiful bastions which served as a fort when the city was Malta's capital. Other attractions of the region include watch towers, beautiful churches, vineyards, parks, the crafts village in Ta' Qali but most of all what captures the heart of many who have traveled to Malta is the great hospitality, which us Maltese have always transmitted to our guests. In the summer period, one cannot miss out on visiting the traditional village festas mostly attracting people for the ground and sky fireworks which until today has remain one of Malta's main attractions in summer. In winter, one cannot miss out on taking walks in the countryside or on the seafront. While here, make sure you try some of the local traditional tasty dishes including the famous local rabbit stew - probably the best in the world :)
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Do not forget to take a boat trip to visit Malta's shoreline ... beautiful caves and amazing clear waters in which weather permitting one can take a dip. Time permitting, make sure to visit the island of Gozo, still renowned today for the laid back lifestyle and the genuine produce of olive oil, wine and the Gozo cheeselets. Comino, is another island that anyone should visit once in Malta. Comino is almost uninhibited with only 5 families living on it and the Comino hotel which attracts locals for short breaks. It is surrounded by the most azure crystal clear waters and one can also explore the shallow Santa Marija Caves. Whilst these are a must see for divers, snorklers can also enjoy the breathtaking views into the blue and the amount of sea species (email: hidden) in these.
Further to the south and centre of Malta, one cannot miss on spending a day in Valletta the capital city of the island. Built by knights of Malta or the better known as the knights of St. John our capital city boasts of the most beautiful architectural set up of all times, St. John's cathedral - an unofficial wonder of the world - and historical palaces which today serve as offices for the government's departments and public places. Whilst in Malta, make sure not to miss out on taking a tour to the Haqar Qim temples - older and built before the pyramids in Egypt.
Nightlife in Malta is considered to be best in Paceville, St. Julian's with ample clubs and bars offering various entertainment to match one’s tastes. A close by town is Sliema - best known for its shopping outlets.
So, you thought Malta is just sea & sun - now you know that Malta has a lot to offer other than the sea & sun. Tradition, culture, good food, wonderful places and many others make Malta an attraction for tourists of all ages looking for various activities to do whilst on holiday.
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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Waterfront