You can enjoy this view from your own terrace in the harbour of Valletta, the island’s capital.1/6Panorama for you
Malta | There are holiday homes with a view of the Mediterranean in the small island state. They are often even located in wholly idyllic surroundings such as in a bay or a picturesque island harbour.
Per week from GBP 293show 55 offers
Pool villa for 8 people above Herceg Novi with the best panorama of the bay.2/6A fjord in the Mediterranean
Bay of Kotor | One of the world’s unique landscapes lies in the north of little Montenegro. Discover the beauty of nature with a holiday home!
Per week from GBP 232show 337 offers
Luxurious villa for 6 people in the Secret Valley near Akkaya3/6Private bathing pleasures
Turkey | You can spend your holiday completely undisturbed with your own pool. Here you will find extra-large pool houses with at least three bedrooms. Space and fun for the whole family.
Per week from GBP 411show 105 offers
You can enjoy a direct view of the Bosporus and the Golden Horn from this apartment4/6City trip at the Bosporus
Istanbul | Istanbul is a unique city between two continents. Experience the metropolis between Europe and the Orient from a city apartment
Per week from GBP 229show 117 offers
Holiday complex consisting of stone houses with beautiful apartments in the south of Cyprus6/6Holiday in a stone house
Cyprus | Holiday homes of natural stone not only lend your holiday accommodation a certain charm, but are also the ideal place to retreat if the summer heat gets too much.
Per week from GBP 282show 29 offers
Gems in the Mediterranean
Malta | The island Malta together with its smaller neighbouring island Gozo form an island state in the Mediterranean Sea. Having been for a long time under British rule traces of the colonial period can be found both in the architecture as well as cultural heritage which are mixed with Oriental, African and Italian influences. The official languages of the island state with just 600,000 inhabitants are Maltese which is related to Arabic as well as English. Malta and Gozo are real gems in the Mediterranean. Both the culture and nature are truly unique which make this island not only suitable destination for individualists. The great climate and well developed infrastructure provide for ideal holiday conditions. Especially active holiday makers will enjoy the islands: The landscape is ideal for hiking, mountain biking and climbing. The reefs and cliffs around the island are a true paradise for divers. But also those looking for tranquillity will enjoy the seclusion of the islands. Many holiday houses offered by atraveo on Malta and Gozo come with a pool and other amenities which will make your holiday perfect.
Popular places for a holiday home vacation on the island Malta according to atraveo customers are amongst others Sliema, Mellieha, Xemxija and Saint Paul's Bay on Malta as well as Ghasri, Gharb and Xaghra on Gozo.
Just browse through the offers or look at the suggestions and more detailed information which you can find with the holiday home selection for Malta.
This is how holiday rental owners described Saint Lawrence
The village of Saint Lawrence is next to the village of Gharb and is next to the most popular historical points to visit such as the Azure Window, Fungus Rock and the Inland Sea, Dwejra watch tower and Saint Ann Chapel. Plus in the village of Saint Lawrence ...
show more there is the crafts village where you will find souvenir shops, pottery workshop, glass workshop, filigree workshop, local stone workshop, leather workshop, candles workshop, wrought iron work shop and leather workshop.
The Azure Window, Fungus Rock and the Inland Sea are great spots for sightseeing and for swimming which these 3 popular spots are especially enjoyed by diving in the deep blue sea to see the natural flora, the stunning caves, the chimney and the great quantity of different of fish . Boat trips are available at the Inland sea to visit the lovely surroundings.
On the Fungus Rock a medicinal plant grew only there and in the old times many people who had sick relatives crossed with a cable car to get the precious plant. As time gone by, the rock was then guarded day and night by the Knights and so no one could get near the Fungus Rock. There was a family who lived in the village of Gharb and one night, the father of the sick child went by his boat sailing from one point to another and then climbed the rock and got the medicinal plant for his son. He got back home with the Fungus plant for his son to get cured. He was very happy as he thought that the Knights didn’t see him but the day after the Knights came to his home and accused him of climbing the rock to get the plant so they arrested him for breaking their rules! Nowadays the Fungus Rock is not guarded and is enjoyed by many locals and tourists especially scuba divers diving around the rock.
From the village of Saint Lawrence you can walk through the paths of the countryside to enjoy lovely views of the sea, greenery of fields and most of all you will see the Ghajn Ghabdul spring which is named after a Turkish man who was on board a battleship at Dwejra Bay. In the dark night he escaped and began walking away from the shore. In the morning he was spotted by the local farmers and they reported to the battle ship as those onboard were looking for him and so they captured him and they chained him all alone in a field room. Ghabdul began digging for water with his chained hands day and night as he was very thirsty and luckily water began streaming were he drank and drank endlessly.
In the village of Saint Lawrence you find everyday essentials such as food shops, bars and restaurants.
show more For arrivals by plane: airport Malta International (MLA) 40 km.