We all dream of waking up to the sound of sea gulls and a crisp sea breeze on our hairwhile standing on the balcony of aseafacing home. Luckily for you, Malta has plenty of property with seaview just waiting for the right owner.
The best part is that seafront property in Malta is very affordable compared to other parts of the world. This is why the Maltese real estate market is flourishing.
Whether you’re looking for a holiday home, a timeshare property or an asset to add to your investment portfolio, we’ve got you covered. Read on to find out which locations in Malta have the best seaview properties.
St Julians and Sliema
Not only are the towns of Sliema and St Julians ideally situated astride the Mediterranean ocean, but they’re teeming with premium quality real estate. Most of the property in this area consists of new developments as well as refurbished older properties. As a result, you’ll see a ton of cranes and scaffolding along the shoreline and most of these properties are being sold for a song.
Tigne Point in Sliema is currently one of the most popular real estate developments on the island. It’s a luxury lifestyle development that places the beachfront at your doorstep. It’s also located in close proximity to essential facilities like upscale gyms, shopping centres, dining establishments, coffee shops and there’s plenty of parking space. Tigne Point also overlooks the city of Valetta across the ocean and you’ll be spoilt for choice with options ranging from one to four bedroom apartments to sprawling family townhouses.
Next to Tigne Point is another popular real estate development known as Fort Cambridge which consists of first-rate luxury apartments. This is a very special area that overlooks Malta’s famous harbors and in the summer you can see all sorts of boats and superyatchs stationed there.
Valleta offers city living but with beach frontage and old world charm. Most-if not all- of the buildings in this city are centuries old. The apartments are nestled between ancient cobbled streets and since it’s the capital you can expect to see a lot of tourists here.
There are different styles of properties available in the town from modern high rise apartments to sprawling antique palazzos.
But, most buyers like the countryside appeal of Valletta more than anything else, and choose to restore one of its many farmhouses instead. You can find these hidden gems in some of the remote sea side villages like Ghaxaq, Safi, Qrendi, Bahrija and Bidnija.
The area of Marsascala is located along the southern shore of Malta and has received a lot of attention from real estate developers in the past few years. Since it’s not directly on the seafront, the properties here don’t cost as much as what you’d find in Sliema and St Julians. In fact, it’s not uncommon to find an apartment of the same size and finish selling for 30% less in Marsascala.
Look into the Ta’ Monita Complex development specifically in Marsascala for a unique investment opportunity.
Qawra is a popular tourist destination in Malta and it’s not hard to see why. It’s right on the coast and the properties situated here are usually within walking distance to the beach with breathtaking views.
The small coastal town of Mellieha is a reassure trove of natural beauty and now you can take it all in from the comfort of your sea view property. There’s a wide assortment of small luxury apartments for sale on this side of the island but if your budget allows then you can splurge on a detached villa with a pool.
Be sure to take a trip to Malta to get a good sense of the areas and get some great pictures by checking local photographer prices. Those pictures can help you to remember what you loved about Malta when considering a purchase.
To find a selection of great seaview property in Malta, we recommend you look for a reliable and well known real estate agent. It should preferably be someone that specializes in oceanfront real estate property.
It’s always a good idea to look at more than one property before you purchase, so be sure to ask your agent for a dozen or so listings in your price point before you make a decision.
This shouldn’t be hard because new oceanfront developments are always popping up along the Maltese coastline.