Satellite TV, WIFI free,kitchen, washing machine, iron and iron board, fans in each room, bedrooms are supplied with table, reading tables,chest of drawers, and large wardrobes,dinning sitting rooms sofa beds,gas stove, well stocked kitchen and a nice shower room.
Winter time is so mild so you can enjoy the country side to escape the cold winters we can give good prices. …see more
Since in Malta wintertime is so mild and these flats are located near the sea and countryside, you can have a nice long stay to escape the northern cold winters and we can give a very good package prices, the Bus stops are just behind the apartment which makes it easy.
shops, restaurants and entertainment places are within walking distance. Ferry to Gozo is 20 mints bus ride. …see more
Central Malta position
BALZAN ATTARD LIJA MDINA VALLETTA SLIEMA GOLF SEA SEASIDE FESTA VILLAGE BUS HOLIDAY HOME HOLIDAY APARTMENT SELF CATERING FESTA SEA SAND BEACHES ROTUNDA MOSTA GOLDEN SAND BAY MELLIEHA BAY Airport transfer optionally available at
Euro 7.50 per person & luggage each way
Can arrange basic food …see more
Attractive, compact beach 3 bedroomed apartment located metres from the water's edge facing unobstructed views of Malta's largest bay and beach, Mellieha Bay. The apartment is equipped with wifi and cable TV and has two separate bathrooms. A unique beachfront location. Available for October to May. Minimum one week stays. Reduced rate for monthly stays. …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.