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View of Valletta Harbour 
from Sliema

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Spinola Bay, St. Julians

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Aerial View of Balluta Bay

Across The  Harbour




THE MERCURY RESIDENCE is located in a quiet residential part of SLIEMA, yet  within minutes of the 3 km long seaside promenade and within a few metres of St. Julians.Sliema and neighbouring St. Julians boast numerous attractions that will make your stay in Malta interesting, enjoyable and memorable. Extensive shopping facilities are available during daytime. A wide choice of bars, pubs, nightclubs and clubs as well as Sliema’s famous sea side promenade are just a stone thow away from the Residence. Read on...

Sliema, St. Julians  together with the famous entertainment district of Paceville, form the largest and most modern resort in Malta, which includes a large residential area. It has a 3 km long sea front promenade which is one of the most frequented spots on the island.

Sliema is a busy town full of shops, a  Shopping Centre (Malta's largest), restaurants, cafes, numerous hotels, a number of night-spots, popular beaches and beach clubs with water sports facilities. It has a metropolitan feel to it and by virtue of the residential element thrives all year round. The newly refurbished promenade hugs
the shoreline for almost 3Km, as is popular with joggers and strollers alike.

St Julians was originally a tiny fishing village, built round a small bay. It has retained most of its charm, thanks to some sympathetic restoration. Overlooking the bay is Spinola Palace, built in 1688. Today St Julians provides some of the best restaurants offering local, Mediterranean and  ethnic cuisines. 

Paceville is very much a resort area, consisting mainly of holiday accommodation and has the biggest concentration of bars and clubs in Malta. Vibrant and teeming with locals and foreign visitors, particularly European, it sets the night scene in Malta. Facilities range from state of the art clubs, live music bars, ethnic restaurants and bars. Most places stay open quite late and fast food outlets provide fuel to those on a bar/club crawl.

St George's, is a stroll away from St Julians, and the scene changes to one of multiple screens cinemas, a bowling alley together with beach clubs providing water sports facilities. The elegant Dragonara Casino is situated just few metres away.