Apartment for rent from € 90/day in SliemaName/Address: Spacious Sliema 1-bedroom Apartment
Newly refurbished spacious 1-bedroom Apartment situated in a very central area of Sliema, walking distance from all amenities. Although the location of the apartment is very central it lies in a very Quiet Street made up of traditional Maltese townhouses and there is no construction or any other development allowed in this street.
The apartment is on the first floor of a block of apartments (old Type-looks like a townhouse from the outside to blend in with neighbouring houses).The apartment is on the first floor and consists of a living area with LED Television, a fully equipped kitchen, a full bathroom with bath and a very spacious double bedroom leading on to a typical closed Maltese balcony and a small terrace. Even though the apartment has 1-double bed it can easily sleep four as the sofa in the living area becomes a double bed.
The apartment comes complete with linen and towels and has cable TV and free Wi-Fi Internet.
Sliema is a major tourism spot on the northeastern coast of the beautiful island of Malta. Visitors here will find an abundance of relaxing holiday activities available, as well as restaurants, shopping and nightlife. In recent years the town has experienced significant growth, with modern villas and apartments abounding as well as one of Malta’s best hotels.
Visitors can therefore enjoy fine shopping and dining as part of their stay here. There is also plentiful opportunity for relaxing beach activities such as an idyllic cruse, or water sports such as snorkeling and diving.
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.