We have a choice of 1,2 and 3 bedroom self-catering apartments to
let all in Marsalforn Gozo. Our apartments are fully equipped for
your home comforts and comply with the Malta Tourism Authority's
All our apartments have phone access, washing machine & drying
rack, iron & board, toaster, cooker/oven with hood, fridge/freezer,
stainless steel pots, and all kitchen utensils. The larger apartments
are equipped with a dishwasher. Linen, quilts, blankets and tea,
hand and bath towels are also provided.
Emerency lights, a fire extinguisher, fire blanket, smoke alarm,
small sewing and medical kits are also found on the premises. Fans
and heaters are provided according to season.
For those staying at least 7 nights and more we provide for free,
a welcome food pack to start you off on your holiday, a weekly maid
service and change of linen.
Marsalforn,once a small fishing village,
has now evolved into the main tourist resort of the island. It
is at its peak during the summer school holidays where due to
its open layout, and being the most northbound bay of the island
many Maltese & Gozitans migrate here for its cool summer breeze
in their summer residences. With its sandy beaches and rocky diving
spots it is an ideal place to satisfy all tastes. In the evening
it transforms into a meeting place where many people love to meet,
talk and walk the promenade or dine al fresco in one of the seaside
restaurants. As for me, the owner of Abacus Apartments and an
all year resident of Marsalforn, I love the tranquility of the
winter months, where one can enjoy walking through the hilly country
side near by which is covered in a carpet of velvety greens, yellows
and reds according to season.
Up the hill from Marsalforn to the East is
the village of Xaghra, where the Ggantija Temples are located.
These prehistoric temples are 3500 years old. To the West is the
village of Zebbug. Qbajjar Bay and Xwejni Bay are a 30 minutes
walk away. Xwejni Bay is home to a large area of Salt Pans, built
in the Roman times and are still harvested during the summer months.