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Sliema was orginally a fishing town and has now since become an upmarket tourist resort on Malta’s Northeast coast. It is a popular resort with tourist’s as it is conveniently located near Malta’s capital city of Valletta and within walking distance of Paceville, St. Julian’s, Malta’s nightlife hotspot. Sliema has a distinct character to it as it still holds its traditional Maltese charm.
As Sliema is one of the most popular tourist resorts in Malta, there is plenty to see and do while in the area. Sea cruises are a popular tourist attraction, as this is a great way to explore Malta’s coastline and Sliema’s neighbouring cities. For a scenic stroll visit Independence Garden, an old farm that has a range of beautiful Maltese houses to view.
Sliema is best suited for older couples and families who want a relaxing holiday with a more upmarket nightlife. Conveniently located near Valletta and St. Julians, this makes the resort perfect for tour groups that love to do some sightseeing while on their holidays!
Flights from Dublin and Cork operate to Malta up to 7 days a week during summer, with an estimated 3-hour and 50-minute flight from Dublin.
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Sliema has many bars and numerous nightclubs to choose from.
There are a number of fine dining restaurants in the resort that serve a range of local and international cuisine. Although Sliema is an upmarket resort, the town has restaurants to suit all budget needs.
Splash & Fun Water Park is a thrilling waterpark near Sliema, with a range of slides and attractions to entertain the entire family.
There are no sand beaches in Sliema, but swimming off the rocky seaside of the resort is a popular activity!
The Point shopping mall has many high street shops and restaurants to choose from.
Every summer Sliema Art Festival takes place in July. During this festival, street artists from around the world paint on billboards along the town’s promenade and there are numerous parties and concerts held during this festive weekend.
As Malta experiences a Mediterranean climate, you can visit Sliema year-round and experience great weather. To make the most of your Malta holiday, visit Sliema during the summer, as temperatures average in the low thirties and there is little to no rain fall!
Euro is the currency used in Malta.
Malta is an hour ahead of Ireland.
From Malta airport it is a 20-minute drive to Sliema. This town is well connected to neighbouring resort’s by local transport, making it easy to explore while on holiday here!