In a stunning spot opposite the beach, the popular Seabank Hotel is a great destination for all the family. Enjoy the four pools to cool off in on long, hot days – with the bonus of a poolside bar, sun loungers and child-free section if you’re travelling without kids. And, if you do have family in tow, the kids pools come complete with slides and a splash area. The hotel also has a kids’ club and daytime activity programme packed with excellent activities such as Zumba classes and TaiChi. Evening entertainment features live shows and a mini-disco for the kids. You’ll find six restaurants serving up a host of cuisines, from a grill bar to a Brazilian restaurant.
Overview of Mellieha Bay
In northern Malta, Mellieha Bay has one of the island’s longest and most popular beaches, with turquoise waters overlooked by a pretty hilltop village. This is a resort bursting with charm. Down on Mellieha Beach, you’ll find everything you need for a brilliant holiday: sunbeds, parasols, watersports, bars and restaurants. Up in the village, the atmosphere is calmer – expect winding cobbled streets and rustic architecture. The resort is home to some first-class accommodation to top it all off, such as the Seabank Hotel overlooking the Med.
Things to do in Mellieha Bay
From Seabank Hotel, explore Mellieha Bay’s watersports – from scuba diving to windsurfing -or just settle in for some luxurious beach days. A day spent exploring the region’s ancient treasures is a must. Head to St Agatha’s Tower, also known as the Red Tower thanks to its eye-catching colour, and immerse yourself in the building’s impressive 17th-century architecture. Even better, it’s just five-minutes from the resort. While in Malta, make sure you try out the tasty local cuisine. Head to a seafront restaurant and enjoy the views as you tuck into one of the island’s best-loved dishes, aljotta, a fish stew made of local produce. Holidays to Malta are the perfect way to unwind in stunning surroundings. With something to offer all the family, the island is a true jewel in the Mediterranean.