Elegant and very spacious 3 bedroom apartment located on the second floor, with a balcony on each side, located in a very quiet street in Mgarr. Living in a traditional village, in the country-side, one can cycle around this village and nearby villages. One can experience wine tasting, beaches, cycling and more. Very picturesque countryside views down to the beaches.
Traditional Maltese restaurants and bars are just steps away. A must try!
This property is part of a whole rental unit and a group of up to 40 persons can stay in 3 separate apartment within the same building.
Very large, 160m2 fully furnished, fully air-conditioned and fully equipped 3 double bedroom apartment with 2 bathrooms and large sliding doors leading to a balcony. The main bathroom has a bath-tub, sink and toilet and the main bedroom has an en-suite with shower, sink and toilet. There's a front balcony in the living area.
Very spacious living / dining / and kitchen with large sliding doors leading to a balcony.
Main bedroom has a double bed + folding bed
Second bedroom has 2 single beds + folding bed
Third bedroom has 2 single beds + folding bed
4 other folding beds can be placed in the living room. There's ample space for this.
This apartment is located on the first floor and has a patio / back yard and comes with WIFI and Android TV.
Dishes and silverware
Hot water kettle
Patio or balcony
Free street parking
Sleeps up to 13 persons
Starting from €100/night *, fully inclusive of WIFI, Smart TV, water & electricity.
* Price is for 6 persons. Additional persons are charged €15/person/night
Discounted rates apply for weekly bookings (5% discount) and monthly bookings (10%)
Mgarr is famous with the Maltese for being one of the best places to enjoy typical Maltese specialities such as 'stewed rabbit' and 'snails in garlic' in a more rural environment. If you are feeling adventurous enough to try these typical delicacies, dine at one of the small bars around the Parish Church of St Mary which serve typical Maltese food with no frills. For contrast, take a brief walk to Castello Zamitello on the road towards the picturesque Gnejna Bay, to admire one of the favourite venues for chic wedding parties on the island.
If you can deal with the steep hill leading from the square down to the beach, visit the picturesque bay of Gnejna, with its colourful boat houses which serve as shelters from the summer heat for families on their beach excursions. While the village itself is tiny, the coastline pertaining to Mgarr extends from Fomm ir-Rih, a particularly beautiful, desolate spot to enjoy a swim in azure waters beneath steep cliffs further south, to the more accessible Ghajn Tuffieha Bay with its golden sands further north. These pretty inlets were favourite sheltering places for pirates of old, and Lippija Tower was built in 1657 by Grand Master Lascaris to protect Gnejna and the few families living at Mgarr.
While the Parish Church of Mgarr is famous for its unusual egg-shaped dome, Mgarr also has some of the oldest places of worship known to man. Visit the Skorba temples, which have been entered in the Guinness Book of Records as one of the two oldest free-standing structures in the world. Another important set of megalithic structures is at Ta' Hagrat. Keep your eyes open for the ancient Cart Ruts which can be found all over the Village. Not nearly as old are the Thermal Roman Baths near Ghajn Tuffieha bay.
You are certain to feel welcome in the village of Mgarr, where the residents are keen to live up to the village motto 'Small, with a big heart.'
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