Hustle and Bustle

Sliema, whose name means in Maltese ‘peace’, is 3 km away from San Gwann or 30 minutes on foot. Buses run every 15 minutes.

Sliema  is today the busiest business and shopping centre of Malta. When arriving in Sliema a 3 km long promenade invites to nice walks. Here not only tourists are to be found. In the evenings a lot of Maltese families come to have a chat and enjoy a fresh breeze of the sea.

Nearly without any crossing you can easily continue walking to  St. Julian’s, which is located at about 2.8 km from San Gwann or 25 minutes on foot. It is an important tourist centre which used to be a small and cosy fishing village. Numerous restaurants, bars und discotheques in the Paceville district attract thousands of tourists every night.

A casino is located on the headland from St. Julian’s to Sliema. While having a lovely walk along the coast, you meet picturesque bays with colourful small boats called ‘luzzu’ and restaurants with romantic terraces which offer an amazing view over the sea.

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Balluta Bay st. Julian's
Balluta Bay St. Julian’s
Sliema Softly spoken
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