Family Apartment Near the Sea
Just a short stroll from Xlendi's waterfront will soon be this second-floor holiday home. Xlendi is a small yet popular fishing village on the island’s southwest coast. It has a pebbly bay, hugged by its promenade that is scattered with restaurants, bars and hotels. Xlendi is the best spot for early evening swims and stunning sunsets.
The photo above is of the area, not of this apartment's location or views.
Stepping into this apartment's combined kitchen/dining/living area, we can look out onto the balcony, overlooking the front of this property. Going back, beyond the kitchen there will be the first bedroom with an en-suite.
Further down the hallway on the right will be the bathroom followed by the second and third bedrooms at the end. Both of these bedrooms will share a back balcony that runs the width of this home. This apartment will make a great holiday home, moments from the sea.
The price includes the common parts. This apartment is available now in shell form.
Number of Units: 10
Condition at Sale: Shell
Rooms in Property: Bedrooms | Bathrooms | Kitchen | Entrance Hall | Dining Room | Living Room
Kitchen: Open Plan
Outside Space: Balcony
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.