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The Maltese Islands are arguably one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Mediterranean. Renowned for their stunning scenery and rich history, the islands have plenty to offer visitors keen to explore them.

Valletta, Malta’s Baroque capital city, is particularly popular with history buffs. Intricately designed and subsequently built by the Knights of St John in the 16th century, it was one of the most modern cities of its kind. Today it is a bustling commercial centre, with plenty of shops, cafés and top international restaurants.

One of Malta’s most attractive aspects remains its effortless ability to blend the past with the present, and you can expect to experience a delightful mix of island traditions and cosmopolitan activities while exploring it. In fact, our nightlife is renowned across the Mediterranean, with popular spots including Paceville and Bugibba, where you can dance the night away in a club, join in with the karaoke at a local pub, or simply enjoy a quiet drink in one of the many chic bars.

Meanwhile, if you prefer to make the most of the sun and sea, there are beaches dotted all over. Mellieha, in the north, as well as the nearby islands of Gozo and Comino, make for fabulous hideaways from the busier parts of Malta, and each offer beautiful countryside retreats to explore too. Gozo, in fact, is a perfect combination of many of Malta’s best traits too, with a charming history of its own. A day-trip here is very achievable, especially as the ferry leaves from Cirkewwa, a short drive or bus ride from the Solana.

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Solana Hotel & Spa
Gorg Borg Olivier Street,
Mellieha,
MLH 1025,
Malta

Tel: 00356 21 522 211
Fax: 00356 21 521 437
Email: info@solanahotel.com.mt

Republic of Malta Operational Programme I - Cohesion Policy 2007-2013
Investing in Competitiveness for a Better Quality of Life
Project part-financed by the European Union
European Regional Development Fund
Co-financing rate: 85% EU Funds,15% National Funds
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