Self-catering apartments in Malta and Gozo are a very popular choice among people looking for accommodation for their holiday, either over the internet or through a rental agency. There is a wide variety to choose from, starting from basic self-catering apartments which accommodate two people, to luxurious large apartments with use of communal pool located in prestigious residential blocks having large terraces and breadth-taking views.
The location of the apartment to choose is very important, depending on taste and budget. Basically, either go for a touristic city, or else choose a quiet village outside the central area. Central areas in Malta very popular among foreigners are Sliema, St.Julian’s, Qawra and Bugibba, which are also located along the eastern coast of Malta. In these areas, one is spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants, beaches, shops and entertainment.
Holiday apartments are widely available in the areas of Sliema and St. Julians. This is where in our opinion the nicest apartments with the best views are located. This is also noticed in the prices, as they tend to be higher than in other places, especially during the peak season between June and September. However, if you are coming for a few days or weeks why not treat yourself with some luxury and go for a nice apartment which you will remember for the rest of your life? We will leave this up to you!
Self Catering Malta apartments are a cheaper alternative to 4/5 star hotels, especially for groups over two people. The majority of the self-catering apartments found in Malta and Gozo are very well equipped as required by the law of Malta. Before booking always read well the booking terms and conditions and confirm with the owners or rental agency what’s included in the price and what’s available for use in the apartment. Some items may be available at an extra cost and usually a deposit against damages is paid to the owner which is returned back on the departure date should everything is found as it was. Some luxurious self-catering apartments enjoy the use of a communal pool, which is an added benefit for those sun lovers!
Some days ago I received a great email containing wonderful pictures of Maltese Prehistoric temples and detailed information about them. I would like to share with you these jewels my native country Malta has to offer to its tourists. Despite the small size of the island we are so rich in culture.
If you are thinking of coming for a holiday in the islands of Malta and Gozo, below is another reason why you have to do so. My next post will contain the major tourist attractions of Malta and Gozo. So check my blog soon.
Valletta is the capital City of Malta and is the main shopping and attractions area. Here are the highlights of the main tourist attractions in Valletta. I will post soon some fabulous photos of this city and also the other tourist attractions in other Maltese villages. Any questions or comments please go ahead!
Museums: Manoel Theatre Museum – National Museum of Fine Arts – St. John’s Museum – War Museum – The Toy Museum – BOV Museum
Visual Shows: The Malta Experience – The Great Siege of Malta & The Knights of St. John – The Knight Hospitallers – The Wartime Experience – Sacred Island
Churches: St. John’s Co-Cathedrial – St. Paul’s Anglican pro-cathedral – St. Paul Shipwrecked Collegiate Church – Basilica of Our Lady of Mount Carmel – Basilica of Our Lady of Porto Salvo and St. Dominic – St. Augustine’s Parish Church