Maisonette in Unique Position
This cosy two-bedroom apartment has a stunning view overlooking the bay of Xlendi. The sea, sand and promenade are just steps away. It has recently had a price reduction too, going from €385,000 to €370,000.
This home has a terrace that runs along the front of the property, which is wide enough for a table and chairs. Plenty of room to enjoy a glass of wine whilst watching the comings and goings along the busy summer promenade.
There is a combined living and dining area where you can eat your dinner and enjoy the view at the same time.
From this area is the kitchen, which leads out onto the back shaft connecting to one of the bedrooms.
The main bedroom has a window overlooking the front terrace and the bay, a beautiful scene to wake up to in the morning. The back bedroom has a shaft connecting to the kitchen and the bathroom is found between these two rooms.
A beautiful view, this apartment is in the perfect spot to relax and wind down from the day.
Condition at Sale: Furnished
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Dining Room | Living Room
View: Sea View
Miscellaneous: Pet Friendly
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Terrace | Store
Viewing Options: Viewings By Appointment
Xlendi is a small fishing village on the island's southwest coast, surrounded by the villages of Munxar, Fontana and Kercem. It is a pebbly bay, hugged by its promenade that is scattered with restaurants, bars and hotels. It is also the best spot for early evening swims and stunning sunsets.
The village is named after a galley, ‘Shilandi’, that was wrecked along the coast. The Romans sought shelter in the port and the cliffs around the bay proved perfect for protecting their ships from the wind.
There is a beautiful valley underneath a tower built by the Grandmaster Juan de Lascaris-Castellar, which is home to many species of flora and fauna.
Xlendi’s church is dedicated to Our Lady of Mount Carmel and, every year, on the first Sunday of September, a feast is held in honour of the patron saint. Water games are played at the bay, including the traditional 'gostra', a greasy pole that the players have to walk on to catch a flag.