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Censu Tanti street, Bugibba, SPB3025
Area: st. paul's bay
The Topaz Hotel in Malta is the ideal solution for travellers looking for a hotel near the sea at an affordable price. This 3-star hotel in Buġibba offers rooms with private bathroom with hairdryer,... Read more
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The Paradise Bay Hotel is a very popular destination in Malta due to its ideal location and comfortable and spacious rooms. This establishment overlooks the beautiful and mesmerising islands of... Read more
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Qawra Coast Road, SPB 1902, Qawra
Set just 15 minutes away from the International Airport of Malta, the all-included Seashells Resort at Suncrest features all that guests will need for a great beach holiday. Located in the Qawra... Read more
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115 The Strand, Sliema , GZR 1027
Located on Sliema's seafront, in the heart of Il-Gżira, 115 The Strand Hotel and Suites is a modern hotel just 100 metres (328 ft) from the sea. Completely refurbished, the property enjoys an... Read more
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248, Tower Road, 1600
With an enviable location along Malta's Tower Road, the Plaza Hotels are made up of 2 properties, namely the Plaza Hotel and The Plaza Regency, connected by a bridge on the 6th floor. Read more
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Tower Road, 173, Sliema - slm 1609
Overlooking the sea in the Sliema Front, The Diplomat Hotel in Malta offers 4-star rated accommodation and a panoramic swimming pool at the roof. Appointed in modern style, the rooms all are large... Read more
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Marfa Road, MLH 9064, Mellieha Bay
Perfect for a family beach holiday, the db Seabank Resort + Spa is located in Mellieha, next to the beautiful sandy beach of L-Ghadira Bay. All rooms feature a maritime colour scheme and are... Read more
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Graham Street, SLM1712, Sliema
Located in the heart of Sliema, the Park Hotel is a comfortable 4-star property offering spectacular views of Valletta, Malta's capital inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage. The hotel features... Read more
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Triq in-Nakkri, SPB0005
Huli Hotel & Apartments is located in the heart of Qawra, a bustling tourist resort in the north-east of the island of Malta. Thanks to its favourable position, you will reach the beach in about 10... Read more
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Triq ir-Rokon, SLZ 1040 San Lawrenz
Area: san lawrenz - gozo
Set in a hill gently sloping on the sea at Gozo, the Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz is surrounded by palm gardens and Mediterranean maquis. This upscale hotel in Malta features stunning accommodation... Read more
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Portomaso St Julians, PTM01
Area: st. julian's
Beautifully nested in St Julians, the seafront Hilton Hotel Malta features 5-star services, top class amenities, offering good value for the money. It takes just 25 minutes by car from Malta... Read more
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Adenau street, MLH 2014,Mellieha
Set in the north of the island, the Pergola Hotel & Spa features spacious guest rooms or holiday apartments in Mellieha with panoramic view on the sea. The accommodations all are fitted with... Read more
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Discover MaltaMalta, officially the Republic of Malta is an island nation in southern Europe, EU member. It is an archipelago located in the Mediterranean, in the Malta Channel, 80 km from Sicily and 284 km to from Tunisia and 333 km Libya, including in the Italian physical region. Covering 316 square kilometers, is one of the smallest and most densely populated state in the world. Its capital is Valletta and Birkirkara is the most inhabited city.
Valletta is a medieval city founded by the Knights of Malta, or Knights Hospitallers in 1566, is home to attractions of great value as the Grandmaster's Palace built in the XVI century is the current seat of the Maltese Parliament, which was once the Holy Infirmary of the hospital Knights of Malta today has been transformed into a functional congress center and the St James Centre for Creativity an old building renovated to house a museum of contemporary art. Walking around town you can visit the Cathedral of St. John a church of the XIV century in Baroque style that was owned by the Knights Hospitaller knights buried there died in the battles of the Crusades, the Republic Square, Casa Rocca Piccola a wonderful museum reproducing the daily life and habits of the Maltese nobility over the past 400 years, the National Archaeological Museum which houses artifacts of early settlements on the island, the Museum of Fine Arts, which covers the period from the Renaissance to modern times and the Toy Museum ideal to bring children. For shopping the streets of Valletta are ideal and in particular the Merchant's Street decorated with important Baroque palaces, the typical products of the maltese handcraft that you should buy in the shops of this road are: wicker baskets, knitting wool, hand-embroidered lace, filigree jewelry in gold or silver, Maltese clocks and ceramics and glassware created by local artisans. If it's a beautiful day you can go to the gardens Barraka that will offer a wonderful view of the harbor city.
Archaeological Malta. Malta has archaeological sites declared by UNESCO a World Heritage such as the megalithic Ggantija in Xaghra, Gozo Island (small island nearby), represent one of the most important sites in the world and date back to 3600-3200 BC, they are formed by a complex of temples built with blocks of limestone, the sanctuary called Hypogeum of Hal Saflieni dating back to the period between 3600-2400 BC and it is an underground complex carved into the rock used as a burial place and shrine and other megalithic structures of Ta 'Hagrat, Hagar Qim, Mnajdra, and the temples of Tarxien Skorba famous for their carvings in limestone depicting spiral motifs and animals.
Mdina and Rabat. Another town to visit Mdina may be, a small village in the hinterland of Malta, its main attractions are: the Cathedral of St. Paul was built in Norman style to commemorate the the ship wreck of the saint on the coast of Malta, inside has a beautiful paved floor set with the tombs of the aristocracy of the island and an interesting museum, the buildings of Norman times, the dungeons of the city that you can visit with a special tour of the city and the fortified walls. Rabat is another town worth visiting, offers its visitors the Museum of Roman Antiquities or "Villa Romana" and various catacombs. The museum contains an extensive collection of artifacts and mosaics dating greek-Roman. The catacombs open to the public are those of St. Paul and St. Agatha.
Beaches. The island's best beaches are Paradise Bay, which lies north-west end and is characterized by an extensive reef, with a creek where it enshrines the small sandy beach instead, the beach Gneijna offers turquoise sea and golden sand, Anchor Bay is famous for being the film set of Popeye, the Golden Bay has beautiful blue waters and sandy beach equipped with umbrellas and sunbeds, the Melliha Bay a long sandy beach in the north of the island is equipped with a bar and kiosks and the Saint George Bay a small rocky bay with large rocks for sunbathing and where to dive for a swim.
Our Hotels in Malta.
- Hotel Diplomat Malta, 4 stars, seaside
- Hotel Carlton Malta, 3 stars, Sliema center
- Hotel Hilton Malta, 5 stars, St Julian center
- Hotel Cerviola Malta, 3 stars, Marsascala center
- Hotel The George Malta, 4 stars, seaside