The SpaceHi, we are offering a Shared room for a CLEAN & TIDY guest.
The flat is located in a quiet and a great area between St. Julian and San Gwann. (Kappara)
The flat has all facilities, washing machine, use of terrace including all bills such as water, electricity (moderate use, no A/C, no electrictiy heater included), gas, and wi-fi internet in all rooms, use of washing machine. Guest AccessThere are 2 bus stations around the flat with quick connections to Paceville (5mins) , Sliema (20mins), Msida / University (15mins) and to beaches (Golden Bay/ Ghaijn Tuffieha -Riviera) , Valletta and more.
The site is located near the English language schools and restaurants, pharmacies and sightseeing tours, and 15 minutes walk from Paceville with nightclubs, bars, pubs and restaurants, and considered to be in Malta 's the capital of nightlife, and 18 minutes to Sliema Beach. Near to Ldl Supermarket, Lidl is a supermarket where you can find all your needs for the best prices in Malta, open Monday to Saturday from 7.00 to 19.00 and Friday from 7.00 to 21.00. Interaction with GuestsAll the attention that you require, you agree to give. The NeighborhoodSan Gwann is a town located on the North Eastern part of Malta, close to St. Julian’s, Sliema and Birkikara. The suburb, that has a population of around 14,000 people, is mainly made up of new buildings and being so close to Sliema and St. Julian's, San Gwann provides a cheaper real estate option for both locals and foreigners.
There are a few archaeological remains in the area, suggesting that San Ġwann has an ancient history. There are a pair of cart ruts found near the area of Sant Andrija, whose dating is not definite, bus is assumed to be pre-Punic times, probably carved out during the Bronze Age period from (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) BC. Their function is also not established but they are usually presumed to be a transport facility. These cart ruts suggest that there was a pre-historic agricultural community living in San Gwann, who farmed the fertile valleys of Wied Ghomor, Wied il-Ballut and Wied Ghollieqa.
Later excavations discovered remains from the Roman period including a number of tombs and a covered cistern suggesting an active community. However, the most famous remain is the Roman tower of Ta’ Cieda. This tower was one of eight defensive towers built around Malta around the third century, and during the Arab period it was used as a cemetery. Getting AroundOwing proximity to Sliema and St. Julia, you can walk everywhere, and in front of the apartment we have two bus stops that allow you can to move about the rest of the island. Other Things to NoteWelcome to Our Home