Marsascala – A Maltese Seaside locality

A postcard-pretty harbour of Marsaskala witnessed the last Turkish assault on Malta in 1614.  Although the troops landed they were beaten back while heading inland and the knights built a mighty fort on the nearby headland to deter and future visit.

Today, a  tourist infrastructure is developing quilckly and Marsaskala welcomes visitors with open arms.  The village of Marsaskala has an agreeable setting by the water’s edge with plenty of cafes and good seafood restaruants overlooking the bay and its pastel-coloured boats.  In recent years the nightlife scene has become increasingly popular with vistors and Maltese alike.  Between them, the bars, discos and restaurants complex appeal across the age range.


The Maltese seaside village – Marsaskala

Nearby beach is St. Thomas Bay, 1 km (0.5) miles to the south, has sandy banks and shallow water.  In summer it can seem too busy, but it is easy to escape the crowds by heading south along the coast towards Delimara Point.  The road to St.Thomas from Marsaskala passes Mamo Tower, a 17th-century tower with an teresting cruciform design and just one room with a vaulted roof.

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The colourful Marsaxlokk fishing village

For local colour, nothing beats the Marsaxlokk fish market in the South, a pretty village close by to Marsaskala,  Here you’ll find wonderful and exotic but also very edible and tasty fish on display.  An early start is recommended if you want to see the best of the catch.  During the week you will also find other items that are associated with a flea market.  Sundays – fish market only

So if you happen to book a holiday vacation to Malta, the best is in the weekends.

Inspired or interested to visit this beautiful village?  Hereunder are properties located nearby beaches.

Enjoy your vacation in Malta


Best of Malta and Gozo Beaches


St.Peter’s Pool in the south of Malta

St. Peter’s Pool is a beautiful natural pool ideal to spend a relaxing day away from the busy tourists spots

St. Peter’s Pool is one of the most beautiful and stunning natural swimming pools in Malta and is located close to Marsaxlokk at the tip of Delimara Point in the southwest of Malta.

The sea at St. Peters Pool is crystal clear with an amazing azure and light green colors and offers excellent snorkelling opportunities. The flat rocks around St Peter’s Pool provide perfect sunbathing areas and the high rocks offer some shade from the strong sun.

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New short lets Apartments with communal indoor pool in St.Julians area


Just finished and new on the market to be offered for self catering.  Located in the quiet neighbourhood High Ridge area 5 minutes drive away to St.Julians, these apartments are finished to high standard offering guests good quality service, spaciousness and comfortablity.  Apartments of 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom with full comodities, situated in same complex thus, retaining their individual privacy.  Both apartments have outdoor courtyard with dining facilities, good speed Wifi and fully airconditioned throughout.  Parking on street and amenities are located within easy walking to the village nearby.  Water park and marine park are located 5 minutes drive away.  For a sandy beach in St. George’s Bay in Paceville area.  A buzzing town full of life and entertainment.  Sliema is a stone throw away and can be reached by a pleasant walk along the coastal promenade.  Sliema offers rocky and sandy beaches and fine dining restaurants.

Complimenting these apartments guests can make use of the communal indoor pool during the day with times allocated.  Ideal for families with kids, romantic getaways, group of friends,  family breaks or the Solo Traveller

More of these apartments here.  Find out more and book now!

Marsascala, an authentic and lovely village

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Marsascala’s colourful Harbour

Marsascala is a small and lovely town found along the south-east coast of Malta.  Being an ancient fishing village, the town has expanded a lot through this industry. Nowadays, Marsascala is an authentic and truly serene city, with a quite active centre during the peak months of the year. It is therefore a location of choice for fine accommodation when coming on holiday in the island. Close to the more popular fishing village of Marsaxlokk, the town is an ideal place to visit, with its picturesque bay and its colourful harbour apart from the numerous bars and restaurants with breath-taking views. Continue reading

Diving & Snorkelling| Experience Malta’s deep blue

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Snorkelling in Malta

The most popular water sports in Malta are definitely snorkeling and scuba diving. The archipelago notably owns the best diving spots in the Mediterranean and has been voted the 3rd best diving destination in the world (2009)! In addition, the warm and crystal clear waters of the archipelago, as well as its impressive collection of colourful fish, makes it easy and ideal to snorkel and dive. Continue reading

Sliema – A Sea-Side Touristic Resort

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Sliema’s Coast

Down near St. Julian’s, stands the lovely city of Sliema, one of the most touristic resorts in Malta. Sliema’s coast abounds with many hotels as well as charming souvenir shop, surrounded by restaurants, cafés and pubs, making it just pleasant to dine, drink or shop around. Sliema is surely as popular as St. Julian’s and truly worth a look. Continue reading

Malta’s Top Beaches

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Għadira Bay, Mellieħa

Situated in the northwest of Malta, Mellieħa is a truly popular resort during the summer, as the loveliest beaches are located there. The village offers 2 different faces though: the traditional Mellieha and the very touristic Mellieha on the coast, with the longest sandy beach on the island. Continue reading