A highly finished modern APARTMENT in the sought after Depiro Point development situated in the heart of Sliema. Comprising of an open plan kitchen / living area, two bedrooms (1 with a double bed and 2nd room with 2 single beds), main bedroom with en-suite shower and a main bathroom. The living room leads to a good sized balcony.
This apartment is located on the 3rd level, served with lift.
This beautiful apartment is centrally located just 2 minutes away from the sea at Balluta Bay.
Close to all amenities with a mini-market located 50 metres away.
Nightlife, shopping, Bank, Casino, sightseeing, swimming zones and beach are all within walking distance.
The bus stop is located 2 minutes away.
Buses are easy and cheap to use and you can reach all the places of interest from Sliema.
- Parking spaces are also available at an extra charge.
- The apartment is ideal for couples, solo adventurers, families and business travellers.
Amenities available: A/C throughout, Central heating, washing machine, Dishwasher, Microwave, Coffee Machine, Cable TV, Internet (Wifi)
March - Carnival
- Malta Fireworks Festival - April/May
- Rolex Middle Sea Race - October
The apartment is ideally located for all the above events.
Sliema is a coastal town situated on the northeast of Malta, adjacent to St. Julian’s. Once the home of Malta's aristocracy; it has now become a major commercial area, very popular for shopping, bars, cafes, restaurants and hotels.
Sliema acquired its name from a chapel dedicated to The Our Lady of The Sea (or Stella Maris) built in 1855, which served as a reference point to the fishermen who inhabited the area. The name is linked to the opening words of the Hail Mary prayer, which in Maltese are "Sliem Ghalik Marija". Sliem is the Maltese word meaning peace or serenity. Sliema is quite a large residential town with a population of around 15,000 locals; housing also a significant number of expatriates that reside there temporarily.
From one side, the Sliema promontory offers spectacular views across to Valletta, and from the other side, there are breath-taking open sea views. The promenade that stretches for a couple of kilometres is ideal for long walks or runs, while the various benches provide a place for the locals to relax and socialize during warm summer evenings. Sliema coastline also boasts the Independence Garden completed with a children’s playground, as well as two fortifications: a De Redin tower built in the 17th century to protect the islands against sea attacks; and another tower that was built by the British in a neo-gothic style in the 1880s.
It is quite impossible to list down all the details about every tourist spot and every activity to do in Malta. Malta may be a smaller country of Europe, but it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world. From the language, to archaeological and historical paces, there are lots of places to visit which are thousands of years old. Malta is a stunning place of natural beauty and also one of the most agreeable climates in the Mediterranean. The climate in Malta is hot and dry in summer, with adequate rainfall, warm autumns, and cool winters (without frost or snow)
For those who want to get away from the busy life in the city to get lazy on the warm sand all day long without doing anything but relaxing, Malta is one recommended tourist attraction. You can laze in the sun on the sandy beaches in the morning and go out at night at a bar or disco until the wee hours in morning. You can go visit historical places and learn about the culture of the Maltese people. This one little island may be small in size, but it’s full of many artistic treasures!
One of the must-see tourist destinations in Malta is Valletta, described as “one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world” by UNESCO’s World Heritage website. The city of Valetta is the capital of Malta and it is surrounded by a high fortress which was built in the 16th century. In Valetta, some of the architecture and places that one should never miss are the St. John’s Co-Cathedral, National Museum of Archaeology, Grand Master’s Palace, Manuel Theatre, and the Grand Harbour.
Gozo island is a smaller island located to the north side of Malta. It is only a 30-minute ferry ride from North Malta. In Gozo, tourists relax at the Xlendi Bay and take in the beautiful cafes and beach scenes. The marine life in Gozo is really amazing and the most popular destinations on the island include Citadella, ta’ Pinu Sanctuary, Azure Window, and the Ggantija temples. The main attraction in Malta and Gozo is the Blue Lagoon.
Mdina is referred to as the medieval jewel of Malta. The name Mdina itself means that it is a walled city. The city has an Arab feeling with an atmosphere of Tiboli, but just smaller in size. The population in Mdina is only around 300 people.
Malta is also one diver’s paradise together with Gozo especially since the climate allows for it all year long. The clear blue sea and underwater attractions make it one of the greatest places for diving. The ocean offers wrecks, abundant marine life, cave formations, and underwater cliffs. One of the most famous caves in Malta is the Blue Grotto, which is a tremendously popular tourist destination for those who visit the island of Malta.
- Shopping: There a number of shopping opportunities in Sliema
- Dine & Wine: Sliema is full of bars and restaurants, offering a wide variety of cuisines and atmospheres.
- Take a walk at the promenade: To the right, the promenade leads you all the way to Gzira, Ta’ Xbiex and Msida marina, while to the left, there’s a walkway towards St. Julian’s, Paceville and St. George’s Bay.
- Churches: One can visit numbers of churches which includes, Jesus of Nazareth (Tigne Sea Front), Parish Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, St Gregory Church, Stella Maris Church and others.
You will have the keys to the apartment for your exclusive use during the stay.