Property for sale in Malta for a permanent vacation? Yes, it is possible. Malta is a fabulous place to live. Why going on vacation when you can stay in a permanent vacation buying a property there? Why move to Malta and what ca you visit there?
A strategically important seaport, Valletta is the elegant capital of the Republic of Malta. The entire city is testimony to the grandeur of the Knights of Malta, the European noblemen who were granted the Maltese Islands by the King of Spain in 1530. The knights created a capital worthy of their aristocratic stature, on par with other great European capitals. Valletta’s regular grid plan and orderly public squares reveal the knights’ logical 16th-century urban planning. Tourists can easily navigate this small city that is bounded by two harbors: the Grand Harbor and Marsamxett Harbor. The heart of the city is Saint John’s Co-Cathedral, a 16th-century church built by the different Orders of the Knights, hailing from various countries such as France, Spain, and Italy. Visitors are surprised by the lavish interior with its opulent gilded decor.
If Malta is your holiday destination this year, we may help you find the perfect property to accommodate you and your family. We have various property types available for short –let from one bedroom apartments to highly furnished villas. In recent years, the commercial property market has become so important to our economy that we have worked hard to position ourselves as specialists in this sector of the market; especially in the wake of the boom of international companies and institutions now operating out of Malta. Our real estate agents are trained to provide our corporate clients with a one-stop-shop for all the corporate services they may require when buying a commercial property in Malta. Read more details on property for sale in Malta.
Close to Marsaxlokk, St Peter’s Pool is another must-see attraction in Malta. Dug by erosion, this natural pool is a great swimming spot. Kids in particular love this beach, they challenge themselves to jump from the small cliff rather than actually swim. In fact, the only ways to get in the water is by jumping or using ladders. Please also note that there is very limited shaded areas, so it might not be a good place to go with young children. If you keep walking past St Peter’s Pool to the right, you’ll get to a flatter area with more natural pools carved into the rocks. Another great spot to take a dip. St Peter’s Pool is 10min driving away from Marsaxlokk. It’s easy to find and there are 2 free parking lots.
The Hal-Saflieni Hypogeum in the city of Paola is the only prehistoric underground temple in the world. The temple consists of halls, chambers and passages carved out of rock. Thought to be originally a sanctuary, it became a necropolis in prehistoric times. The complex is grouped in three levels – the upper level (3600-3300 BC), the middle level (3300-3000 BC), and the lower level (3150 -2500 BC). The deepest room in the lower level is 10.6 meters (35 ft) underground. Only a limited number of visitors are allowed entry and there can be a 2-3 weeks wait to get a ticket. Source: https://www.benestates.com/for-sale.