: Malta International Airport, Luqa
: Sliema Ferry
: Regional Road
: Balluta Bay
: Marsa Golf Course
The property is located in a villa area on the outskirts of St.Julians and Sliema, this area is quiet yet just 5 minutes away from St. Julians in one direction and 5 minutes to Sliema in the opposite direction where one finds the seafront promenade where there are shopping centres. Sliema and the coastline up to neighboring St Julian's constitutes Malta's main coastal resort. It is a centre for shopping, restaurants and caf'e life. Sliema is pronounced 'sleeyma' and sometimes mistakenly pronounced 'selima' by tourists.
Sliema is also a major commercial and residential area and houses several of Malta's most recent Shopping Malls, full of shops, restaurants, banks, supermarkets, Internet cafes, and day cruise boats.The road continues north to St. Julians and Paceville and southward towards the Strand Gzira, Ta Xbiex , Msida and Valletta. Sliema, coming from the word Sliem ,meaning 'peace', was once a fishing town on the peninsula across Grand Harbour from Valletta. The town began to develop rapidly in the early 20th century as a summer resort for wealthier Valletta residents. Their elegant villas and town houses line the quiet, inland streets. The Sliema promontory offers on one side stunning views across to Valletta and on the other, open sea views. The promenade, which runs for several kilometers from Gzira just south of Sliema to St Julian's, is ideal for walkers and joggers. There are plenty of seats along the promenade and on summer evenings the seafront becomes a sociable meeting place for locals. The coastline has two tower fortifications: a De Redin watch tower built in the 17th century; the other was built by the British in neo-gothic style in the 1880s. For those having young children, the Sliema promenade has a number of gardens and playgrounds were the children can spend some time playing.