Saturday, September 6, 2008

Welcome Our Newest Member - Selmunett Luxury Bed and Breakfast in Malta welcomes Selmunett Luxury Bed and Breakfast in Malta to our guide.

'Selmunett' is a charming family run luxury bed and breakfast located on the edge of the village of Naxxar, which is more or less in the centre of the island. We have two en suite bedrooms and a lovely swimming pool and garden for the use of guests. The sea at St Paul's bay is a ten minute car drive. The capital of Valetta is 15 minutes away by car; the airport and golf course are 20 minutes away. If Golf is your fancy, we can lend you one set of clubs. We strongly recommend that you hire a car for your time in Malta, and this can be arranged through us, Maria and Roger Strickland. Other forms of transportation can also be used, such as bicycles, quad bikes and mopeds - The latter modes not recommended in high summer due to the heat. Whilst we do not provide evening meals, we have a full list of restaurants, pubs and bars that we recommend listed here on our site.

The island republic of Malta, a European microstate, situated 93 km off the coast of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea awaits visitors with superbly sunny weather, expansive beaches, a thriving nightlife and 7,000 years of intriguing history. The capital city of Valletta host to regular plays and concerts, as well as scores of exhibitions and street events and is home to The Museum of Archaeology. The War Museum, the Grand Master's Palace and St. John's cathedral. For fanciful fun, highlights are the passionate carnival and open-air concerts. Not to be missed is the Nadur carnival in Gozo and the parade in Valletta. Children will enjoy activity and fun parks, which include the old film set of Popeye Village. For those who love the water, scuba diving is an avid sport on the Islands. A harbor cruise, swimming at Blue Grotto in Comino and St Peters Pool in Marsascala are just some of the options available. The rural side of the Islands is fascinating, with charming villages, captivating folklore and 365 spectacular churches.

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