With around 25sqm of space, our recently refurbished Studio Apartments offer an excellent self-catering option with all the comfort and amenities of a 4-star hotel. Some of these units come with a fabulous view of the village, the majestic church, the bay and the sister islands of Gozo and Comino.Designed to house up to 3 people, the open-plan design provides a modern double/twin sleeping area, kitchenette, dining table and an extra bed. Unit features include a practical and attractive Italian-styled kitchen with a convection oven, microwave and electric hob. Each is equipped with pots, pans, cutlery, glasses, cups and plates.These units are particularly popular with elderly couples and families with children, for long-stays in the off-peak season. Room Facilities: Air-Conditioning, Balcony OR terrace. Bathroom/shower with hairdryer, Frigo Bar (unstocked), Full Kitchen, In-Room DVD facilities (at a charge), International direct dial telephone, Maid service, Radio alarm clock, Room Safe (at a charge), Satellite TV, Smoke detector, Tea and coffee making facilities, Wi-fi (free of charge).
All generic pictures shown here, are typical examples into the holiday house complex. Those can vary slightly to the actual booked apartments of the house . All properties will be allocated according to type at time of booking into the resort. DURING stay all seasons, many prefer the outdoor leisure facilities to take some of the Maltese Winter Sun. In Summer, many cool themselves by eating an ice cream or especially by taking the occasional dip in one of our outdoor pools.The outdoor leisure facilities include: Panoramic Sun Decks with sun beds and parasols and Outdoor Pools with children’s paddling pool. During the Summer months choice of dishes are available. Alternatively, try something different in our unique Cave Bar or savour a choice of delicacies at the Da Ciccio Cucina. The indoor leisure centre comprises of: An Indoor Heated Pool (fresh water) A Jacuzzi, Fitness Centre. The Indoor Pool whose water temperature exceeds 28 degrees Celsius is ideal for a lazy relaxing swim or an afternoon of fun. The one may avail from the Cave Bar for snacks, drinks and ice-creams whilst during the evenings (only Seasonal) the Main Pool Area transforms itself as it comes to life with the frequent live entertainment and the weekly BBQ’s! Wining and dining at the Pergola Hotel and Spa promises a wonderful range of flavours to suit all palates, as well as great food, fantastic prices and a lovely atmosphere. You can choose to dine in our main restaurant, the Bonaventura, or relax Al Fresco on our Terrace, where a wide sound of the pressurized water gurgling from the Jacuzzi already relaxes the mind, let alone how the body will feel once you step inside this ingenious mechanism. The pampering feel and ambience give you a feeling of wonder why cannot all days be like this! Calories and diets have become an obsession for many, and the fully air-conditioned Fitness Centre caters for the health conscious. CAR PARKING is available at a charge, 1 day/Euro 8.00 per day, 2-3 days/Euro 6.00 per day, 4 days/ Euro 5.00 per day. Both the Sauna and the Jacuzzi are free of charge for guest in house, the sauna is used within the spa opening hours and the Jacuzzi from 08:00hrs till 20:00hrs. Indoor pool is open all year round form 08:00hrs till 20:00hrs. Outdoor pool also open all year round from 08:00hrs till 20:00hrs This is not heated in winter. Main Pool Surface area 72sqm - Max Depth 1.5m. Hotel Pool Surface area 53.10 sqm - Max Depth 0.90m. Both pools have kids pool. Indoor Pool 47.3 sqm - Max Depth – 1.15 m.
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Mellieha is a rural village and tourist resort in the Northwestern part of Malta and derives its name from the Semitic root ‘m-l-h’ which in Arabic means salt. The name was probably derived from the ancient Punic and Roman salt-terns, historians indicated as lying adjacent to the large sandy bay at the foot of the village. Mellieha has been inhabited since early Neolithic times (3000 B.C). Several megalithic remains and tombs of this era and other primitive tools and fragments of pottery were found in various localities around this area, primarily at “il-Latnija” – a natural cavity used by several stone-age peoples – and at l-Gholja tax-Xemxija. During the Roman and Byzantine occupations (213B.C- 870A.D.), Mellieha’s valleys were inhabited by troglodytes, who irrigated the land, adopted natural caves as their dwelling places and buried their beloved ones in Punic style burial chambers. Following the Arab conquest and during the medieval period (870-1530A.D.), the area was deserted, primarily due to the continuous raids of the Muslim corsairs. Notwithstanding the hardship experienced by the Maltese during the Reign of the Order of St. John (1530-1798A.D.), Mellieha’s medieval chapel, dedicated to the Holy Virgin Mary, was one of the most venerated places on the island. Several distinguished persons, such as grandmaster’s, kings and bishops visited the shrine and pilgrimages to the sanctuary from all over the island were held frequently. In the late 17th century, the Knights built several fortifications along the coast, so as to protect the inhabitants. This venture brought about the gradual repopulating of the area, mainly by those who wanted to exploit the fertile valleys and the new enterprise of tunny net fishing. Under the British, in 1844, Mellieha was established again as a parish and since then it grew up into a modern town, of circa 6,500 people. Today, Mellieha is one of Malta’s most picturesque tourist destinations. The town centre boasts of its splendid hotels, fine restaurants and traditional cute shops. It has a unique primary school, a majestic baroque church (built in late 19th century) and various cultural organizations, including band clubs, sports clubs, an orchestra, various religious societies, a parish community centre and an environmental pressure group. Since 1993, local affairs are being run by the Mellieha Local Council, an institution made up of seven councilors, elected every three years by the people. Mellieha’s main festive season occurs in the first two weeks of September and reaches its climax on the 8th September. During these days various cultural manifestations are held, such as musical concerts, fireworks, folk singing, art exhibitions and the traditional religious procession. The town’s people, ”Il-Mellehin”, are renowned for their laborious nature, their ironic sense of humour, and their friendliness and hospitality. Those who visit us, no matter where they hail from, do not merely enjoy themselves but feel at home. As long as Mellieha preserves its great archaeological and historic heritage, its unique natural environment, and its traditions and costumes, its people, “Il-Mellehin”, can look forward to a bright future. Text via www.mellieha.com kaupunki, ,jossa 6'500 asukasta.
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