Where is Sliema?
Located conveniently near St Julian’s on its north side, with a coastline spreading through Ta’Xbiex and Msida, leading to Valletta to the south.
Malta’s airport is about 11 kilometres away.
A coastal resort town, Sliema is a major residential & commercial area with a centre for shopping, jammed with bars, dining and café life. Whether it’s day or night, Sliema thrums with activity. The long waterfront is very popular with locals who shop, dine, bar hop or stroll along the promenade for views of the shimmering Mediterranean
Sliema – Good to know
Population is about 23,000.
Buses 15 and 21 go to Valletta on a frequent schedule. A bus ride from Sliema to Valletta takes about 20 minutes with normal traffic.
An interesting and convenient way to reach Valletta and the Three Cities is by ferry, departing from the Sliema Strand, also known as ‘The Ferries’.
The ‘Hop on & off’ open top buses are a great way to explore Malta and visit the most interesting places. Buses leave from Sliema Ferries Terminus every half hour.
Sliema means peace and comfort in Maltese – it once was a quiet fishing village.
Sliema’s is great for open water swimming, sunbathing and snorkelling from the flat rocky shoreline.
Beach clubs and lidos pop up all along the coast and with warm afternoons, these bars are popular people watching hang outs.Sliema Weather
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Our Lady of Sacred Heart – 1st week of July (Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Parish Church)
Our Lady Star of The Sea – 3rd week of August (Stella Maris Parish Church)
St Gregory The Great – 1st week of September (St Gregory Parish Church)