Sliema

Holiday Guide to Sliema, Malta – All Inclusive

Quick Details

  • Flight time: Approx 3 hours from UK
  • Time difference: Ahead of UK by one hour
  • Language: Maltese
  • Currency: Euro

At a Glance

  • Plenty of water sports and activities
  • Nightlife is vibrant catering all tastes
  • A favourite of the wealthy
  • Cheaper bargains out of season

On Malta’s northeast coast lays the pretty and chic resort of Sliema its designer boutiques, trendy bars and plenty of excellent accommodation. Carving a niche for itself in the recent years, all inclusive Sliema has become a favourite of the wealthy and the famous. If you’re looking for a holiday spot to relax and unwind then, holidays all inclusive in Sliema will do you a lot of good. Along with a peak of traditional Maltese culture, you’ll also see the island’s architectural excellence that the city has to offer. And if you plan to explore Malta, then there’s no better base than the beautiful resort of Sliema.

Beach:

Though, a rocky long patch of 5 kilometres; there’s never a lull at the beach on cheap all inclusive holidays in Sliema. Scattered along the 5 kilometre stretch you’ll find plenty of sun loungers and parasols waiting to be rented out. Along with that there are also plenty of water sports and activities on offer at the beach in Sliema. The resort’s seafront promenade is the main attraction throughout the peak season. A trip to Sliema is definitely incomplete without a day trip round the island. Leaving from the harbour in town, a day cruise takes you to Valletta and the clue lagoon.

Nightlife:

Most of the action on Sliema holidays takes place around the Triq-ix-Xatt and Tower road. You’ll find a handful of traditional wine bars, pubs and a few chic places to party. Then there’s the lovely view of the bay and Valletta at night from the harbour while enjoying a drink or two. The nightlife in Sliema is vibrant and tries to cater to all tastes and yet classy at the same time. And if you’re into hard-core partying then Paceville is where you need to be, just 15 minutes away by bus.

When to go:

If you are thinking of holidays in Sliema, anytime is a good time to visit Sliema. Spring is fresh and peasant with day temperatures ranging around 23°C. The summers are peak tourist season with temperatures ranging to a maximum 30°C till August with scarcely any rainfall. While autumn, i.e. throughout September and October the temperatures are pretty comfortable, even the water temperatures are warm. In all these seasons, you can enjoy the pleasant weather and plenty of hours of sunshine in Sliema. Though summers are peak time, but if you plan a trip to the resort any other time, you will definitely get a cheaper bargain.

Sliema, Malta Weather

April 60°F
May 67°F
June 73°F
July 79°F
Aug 80°F
Sept 76°F
Oct 70°F
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