Café del Mar
Covering an area of approx 3000 square meters Café Del Mar Malta is strategically located in Qawra St. Pauls Bay the second largest touristic area in Malta and forms part of the Malta National Aquarium Complex.
Malta National Aquarium
The Malta National Aquarium is spread over approximately 20,000 square meters and consists of an Aquarium a public landscaped belvedere and recreational area along the promenade, catering facilities and a beach club. It also includes a merchandise outlet and a tourist information kiosk.
The Malta National Aquarium has 41 tanks including reptiles, insects and amphibians, amongst others, Mediterranean fish, including fish commonly found in Maltese waters together with replicas of historical artefacts that one can find in the seas around the Maltese islands.
Benefit from a discount voucher for your entrance to the aquarium. Ask for more details at the hotel reception.
The Classic Car Museum
The Classic Car Collection includes a vast variety of cars, ranging from a 1955 Jaguar C Type to a 1972 Fiat 500F. They have all been carefully restored and lovingly preserved.
There is a wealth of information contained inside the museum walls: dates, variants, production runs and even a little history about how some of the models came into our collection. Every car tells a story and the ones inside the Malta Classic Car Museum certainly have a lot to say
Benefit from a discount voucher for the Car Museum. For more information please ask at the hotel reception
This Tower was built in 1610 by Grand Master Alof de Wignacourt and is the oldest surviving coastal defence post in Malta.
This Tower was the first of a number of coastal defence towers built round Malta. It was built at the expense of Grand Master Alof de Wignacourt in1610 and designed by the Maltese architect Vittorio Cassar.
Wignacourt Tower is generally opened daily between 10am to 1pm Mondays to Saturdays and the first Sunday of each month, pending volunteer`s availability. Visitors should contact our offices on 21225952, 21220358 when planning their visit to this Tower.
Bird Park Malta
Now open to the general public, nestling within Salina, BirdPark Malta so far has been Malta’s best kept secret!! Home to over 200 species of birds and other animals the park is a must for all those who have nature at heart. Flamingos, pelicans, swans, storks owls, cranes, parrots and many other amazing birds from around the world thrive happily with a variety of friendly mammals and reptiles….
Salina Nature Reserve
Salina Nature Reserve lies in the Burmarrad valley mouth (limits of St Paul’s Bay in the north of Malta). Originally a harbour, the Salina site consists of 154,000 square metres of saline marshland and a number of salt pans built on a reclaimed island of clay surrounded by garrigue.
The Salina Salt Pans were constructed by the Knights of St John in the 16th century. The complex is home to three timber huts which were reconstructed on the same style of the original ones built by the British in the 18th century for salt production, one of which serves as the visitors’ centre. It also includes the Ximenes Redoubt which was originally developed in 1715/16 during the reign of Grand Master Perellos as part of the Knights’ strategy of defending the Maltese Islands against invasion with a network of coastal fortifications. During the course of the 18th century, the redoubt was partially converted into a salt magazine. Grand Master Ximenes added a second warehouse to the complex to increase its storage capacity.
Mediterraneo Marine Park & Splash and Fun Park
Mediterraneo Marine Park has been one of the island’s greatest entertainment and educational attractions since 1997. The Park is a great place to understand more about wild and exotic animals through the edutainment delivered by our Animal Carers. Our Park allows children and adults to interact with the Coatis, Parrots, Seal Lions, Reptiles and Dolphins in our care.Every animal in our care has a story, our experienced and devoted carers adopt techniques to keep our animals happy and only use positive reinforcement tools to give the animals the necessary exercise and training they require.