Lovely 2 bedroom TOWN HOUSE set in the heart of the historical Three Cities retaining all of its original features. Positioned to enjoy the proximity to cafes, restaurants and the Birgu marina waterfront with many super yachts on display.
Accommodation includes a living room, kitchen/dining, a large original staircase leading on to roof top terrace where one can enjoy breath-taking panoramic views of Valletta and the Church in Senglea. Making it the perfect entertainment space for you to enjoy your dinner or to and take in the sights whilst sipping a glass of wine.
Both bedrooms have a double bed. 2 bathrooms both with a shower compliment this property.
Property can accommodate a maximum of 4 pax.
Mini-market, shops, bars, restaurants, cafes & bus stop are within walking distance from the Town House.
A 5-minute stroll takes you into the historic city of Vittoriosa (Birgu) and the Birgu marina waterfront. Here you will find a wide choice of restaurants and cafes that are open for both lunch and dinner, offering alfresco dining. The relaxing ambiance is like no other, and the beautiful architecture surrounding you is ideal for a pleasant meal with friends, an evening stroll or business meetings.
Valletta (Malta's Capital City) is easily accessible using the Ferry Service or Local Boats from the marina. The Ferry stop is a mere 10-minute walk from the house. The beautiful journey takes about 10 min.
Diving is a possibility and can be arranged with local diving teachers. There's even a wreck just opposite in Kalkara creek.
Malta International Airport is located only 25 minutes by car or taxi.
Ideal for Families, Couples or a Group of Friends.
- Both Bedrooms are Fully Air-Conditioned
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
- Washing Machine
- Free Wifi
Buses are easy and cheap to use and the bus stop is located 2 minutes away from the Town House. We can also organise a car rental and airport transfers.
Bormla, one of The Three Cities of Malta
Cospicua (also known as Bormla) is a double-fortified city located on the East side in the Grand Harbour of Malta, opposite Valletta. Cospicua is flanked by Senglea (Isla) on the West and Vittoriosa (Birgu) on the East, making up the Cottonera region, also known as The Three Cities. Cospicua is the largest of the three, with a population of 5,642 (Nov 2005). Cospicua was declared a city in 1722 by Grandmaster Marc Antonio Zondadari.
Cospicua was already inhabited during megalithic times. In fact, three megalithic structures and a number of tools and flints were found together. It was the latest city to be fortified, with the bastions built by the Knights. During the times of the Phoenicians, the city served as a shelter for their ships. Graves from this era were found in different areas of the town. During the Carthaginian and Roman occupation, the harbour facilities were enhanced, and the Dockyard Creek started to be used as well.
In 1776, the Knights of St. John constructed a dockyard, which played an important role in the history of Cospicua. The British made extensive use of the dockyard, particularly during the First and Second World War. With Malta’s independence, the dockyard became one of the most economic controversies of the island, and it is only recently that plans for privatisation moved forward.
Like any other town in Malta, Cospicua has a religious patron, in this case the Immaculate Conception or the Virgin Mary. The residents' devotion can be seen in the Parish church dedicated to Her and in the annual feast held on the 8th of December. Cospicua is also known for the statues used in the Good Friday procession, and for the artistic displays of the ‘Last Supper’.
Cospicua (Bormla): Things to do and see
The Parish Church of Immaculate Conception: This 17th century church is a monumental building in Cospicua, famous for its miraculous withstanding of the Second World War Bombings.
City walls and Fortifications: The Cottonera Lines are evidence of the historic times Cospicua passed through.
The War Memorial: This monument is located in front of the Parish Church of Cospicua. It was created by Michael Camilleri Cauchi in 1994 as part of the commemorations of the 50th anniversary from the pilgrimage held at the end of the Second World War, when the statue of the Immaculate Conception was returned to Cospicua. This monument represents triumph over the war; Cospicua was badly damaged apart from the parish church that remained intact.
The Georgian Architecture at the Dock area
Local streets and alleys: Quaint alleys surrounded with traditional Maltese houses provide a romantic and peaceful atmosphere.
St.Helen's Gate: (also known as Vilhena Gate) forming part of the Santa Margherita lines
Bir Mula Heritage: an ethnography, social history, anthropology museum and cultural venue
Birgu: Things to do and see
The Parish Church
Malta Maritime Museum
Notre Dame Gate
Malta at War Museum
Fort St. Angelo
Esplora Interactive Science Centre