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  • Attard

    Attard is a peaceful town in the heart of Malta, lying between the old medieval capital, Mdina and Malta’s current capital city Valletta. Attard and its neighbouring towns of Lija and Balzan are collectively referred to as the Three Villages. Attard is traditionally known for its flower gardens and citrus orchards, earning it the motto “Florigera rosis halo” in Latin which means “I perfume the air with my blossoms. Distance from Airport: 7.9 KM – 14 Minute Drive

  • Bugibba

    Bugibba, a small town found in the North Coast of Malta near Qawra. Bugibba comprises of many hotels, restuarants, bars and entertainment spots making it a very interesting place for tourists to visit. Bugibba’s main square is always full of people especially during the summer months due to the fact that there are many clubs and restaurants right next to the sea promenade so people who visit Bugibba have something to do throughout the day. Bugibba is also a summer residence for current Maltese president George Abela and ex- prime minister Dr. Edward Fenech. Distance from Airport: 17.7 KM – 30 Minute drive

  • Gharghur

    Gharghur is found on a hilltop between the villages of Naxxar and Madliena. Gharghur is one of the smallest villages on the island with only 2km2 of land. This village has a lot of green area, providing the residents with a lot of peace and quiet. The feast of Gharghur is celebrated on the 24th of August and many foreigners tend to join the locals in celebrations by visiting the churches and viewing the firework display. Distance from Airport: 10.3 KM – 16 Minute drive.

  • Luqa

    Luqa is a village located in the South East of the Island. It is a very small village that consists of around only 6,000 people. The main attraction in Luqa is obviously Malta’s only airport. Malta’s International airport hosts the Annual Malta Airshow every year where military and civil aircrafts visit to perform for a large amount of spectators. Distance from Airport: 10.3 KM – 16 Minute drive.

  • Madliena

    This prestigious town located in the north of Malta is endowed with beautiful high-end properties, particularly villas. In the real estate market, a property in Madliena is considered to be a sound investment, thanks to the natural beauty and the quietness of the village. Madliena’s quiet neighbourhoods are just a step away from the entertainment localities of St.Julian’s and Sliema and the residential town areas of Swieqi, Pembroke and Ta’ L-Ibrag which all offer a variety of restaurants and shops for your daily needs. Apart from the many villas you may find in Madliena there are currently two beautiful complexes, Madliena Village being a cluster of apartments and Madliena Ridge that is a large area of detached villas.

  • Marsaskala

    Marsascala is a sea front village that has slowly been developed around two harbours that are both found at the top of the Marsascala Bay. There is a long promenade along the coast where on one side you find an array of restaurants and bars and on the others side a large cluster of boats and luzzijiet (old maltese style boats). The sea towards the inland is very calm because it is sheltered by the north shore. During the winter the population of Marsascala tends to be around 10,000 people but during the summer months it more then doubles that amount. Distance from Airport: 9.6 KM – 15 Minute drive

  • Mdina

    Mdina is the oldest village in Malta, tracing back around 4000 years. Back in 60 A.D. when St. Paul shipwrecked in Malta he resided in the village of Mdina. The impressive palaces found in Mdina belong to many royal families that used to live in these properties and have descended within the family. Mdina used to be the capital city of Malta before Valletta was officially made capital Malta’s capital city. Mdina is the perfect example of a historical city mainly due to it’s ancient walls and mix of medieval and baroque architecture.

  • Mellieha

    Mellieha Bay, Malta’s largest sandy beach, is just a short walk away from most main areas in Mellieha. Other beaches close by include Ramla bay, Armier and Paradise bay. The village core surrounds a majestic baroque church built in late 19th century, and dedicated to Our Lady of Victories. Every September the village tunes into colourful festive mode as the feast is celebrated. A spectacular fireworks display colours the skies, highlighting one of the attractions of Maltese culture. Restaurants abound in the village of Mellieha all offering a variety of cuisines to suit everyone’s taste. Indeed, some of the island’s finest restaurants are found in the village. Distance from Airport: 21.6 KM – 30 Minute drive

  • Naxxar

    Naxxar is a very central yet quiet prime location, property in this area is idea to escape from today’s busy lifestyle. The beautiful village of Naxxar is situated towards the centre – north part of Malta. Although Naxxar is one of the oldest villages on the island, it has developed and adapted to perfectly satisfy modern needs and lifestyles. Naxxar has something for everyone, from sites of historical importance, to the finest modern retail outlets, all of which makes Naxxar a very sought after residential location with locals and foreigners alike. It boasts one of the finest palazzo’s in Malta with lush private gardens. The village core is a maze of quiet streets and alleyways with beautifully converted houses lining its streets. Distance from Airport: 9.5 KM – 20 Minute drive

  • Paceville

    Located right next to St. Julians, Paceville is heavily populated with nightclubs, pubs, bars and restuarants and is the main location for nightlife partying in Malta. Paceville is found right in between Spinola Bay and St. Georges Bay. Complexes such as Portomaso and Pendergardens may be found in Paceville. Also many prestigious hotels such as The Westin, The George, Corinthia and Radisson may be found near to Paceville. Originally built before second world war 2 to serve as a home for British servicemen working in barracks of St. Andrews and St. George. Distance from Airport: 9.9 KM – 19 Minute drive

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