Sleep 10/12. 5 bedroom with en-suite and private pool. Air-conditioning available. Satellite TV.. Close to amenities and 10 mins drive to any beach like Ramla, Xlendi.. 5 min drive to capital city …see more
The villa/bungalow has three bedrooms that sleep seven guests very comfortably. It is just as ideal for toddlers as it is for the elderly as there are practically no stairs from villa to the surrounding terraces and gardens. A short ramp leads from the carpark to villa. Standing aloof on the cliffside, the villa offers complete privacy, peaceful relax and sundrenched terraces. …see more
Sleeps 6. 2 bedroom apartment. Sofa bed in the living room. One en suite and a bathroom. TV Cable, Wifi. Well equipped Kitchen; Quiet location; accessible also by bus (Bus 312). Maid service on two weeks stay. Towels and linen are included. …see more
Fort Cambridge luxury property in Malta is a breakthrough in modern living combining contemporary extravagant lifestyle with history. Situated on the site of a historic fort in Malta, the seafront apartments in Malta offer residents apartments, duplexes and penthouses.
Luxury and Relaxation
Set on a quiet road is this 15th Century house entrance to a welcoming sitting, open plan kitchen-dining, two bedrooms both with en-suite shower, toilet and sink. Back garden with BBQ and deck area. Air-conditioners in both bedrooms A butcher, confectionery and a pharmacy are just around the corner. …see more
Explore the island and villas in Malta, there is so much to see and do it makes a fantastic holiday destination. Wander around the capital Valletta, peruse the delights of colourful Marsaxlokk and its famous Sunday market; visit the medieval 'silent city' of Medina for breathtaking views or unwind at one of the many spas on the island. Malta as a whole has a fabulous history starting with the oldest neolithic temples in the world, the fascinating siege of the 16th century when the Knights held the island against the might of the Ottoman Empire, and more recently their heroic stand during the Second World War. The island of Malta has been dubbed the Mediterranean’s ‘mini-Hollywood’ by The Times, as it is becoming one of the world’s most popular film and television locations.