Discover the best top things to do in Mellieha, Malta including Mellieha Air Raid Shelter, The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Mellieha, The Parish Church of Mellieha, Ghajn Tuffieha Bay, Gozo Ferry Port, St Agatha's Tower, Our Lady of the Grotto, Mellieha Beach, Popeye Village Malta, Armier Bay Beach.
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
Have just visited the shelter and it is worth every cent of the 2.25 euro entrance fee the memorbilia contained inside is excellent the tunnels themselves evoke the memories although I am of a different generation after the war would certainly recommend a visit
4.5 based on 464 reviews
Great and interesting building with plenty of history and information held within. The building is very peaceful and reflective. On the outside there are fantastic views although there is a bit of a walk up the hill to get there.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
We visit regularly and walk into the square from the church around. I am not religous but can appreciate the significance of its history and what it represents to the people and community.
It is a place of beauty, meaning and history of a great town. Religous or not take it's great architectures and atmosphere of the environment in Mellieha Malta.
4.5 based on 390 reviews
Fair walk especially on the way back up the steps but definitely worth a visit. I love the red sand here and the walk up to the top of the cliff where you can see the next bay is fantastic.
There is a good snack and drinks beach bar where the prices are very reasonable
4.5 based on 914 reviews
If you visit Malta,don"t forget to go on Gozo island,it"s a short half hour from Cirkewwa harbor of Malta.
When you arrive on Gozo harbor,take a taxi,is not expensive,you can visit more faster and confortable the important places of the island.
Gozo is a little different that Malta,more rural and quietand the roads are better.Visit the capital Victoriawith splendid Citadela,go to ancient sanctuary Gantija.
Stay few more moments on a special place-Ta"Pinu church,and you will remembered all life.
Enjoy a beautiful day on island of Gozo.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
A detour to visit St Agatha's Tower (also known as The Red Tower) is well worth a visit. With stunning views all the way to Valletta in one direction, and with views over Gozo in the other. €2.00 entrance fee, and if you don't fancy the climb, there is a car park adjacent. Recommended.
4.5 based on 118 reviews
A large number of steps to reach this Grotto. Once you go down them and enter the grotto the peacefulness compared to the bustling area above simply hits you. It is clearly a place of pilgrimage looking at the cards, photos and letters on the boards at the entrance.
4 based on 2 reviews
We stopped at the beach for a short break and swim - there were plenty of facilities and the sand/ sea were both clean and easily accessible from parking on the nearby road. Lots of kids swimming in the area and boats segregated from swimmers, so well managed.
4 based on 4 reviews
Popeye Village has grown from its days as a Film Set of the 1980 Musical Production "Popeye" into a unique fun-filled day for all young at heart.You will be greeted by Popeye and his famous friends who will entertain you during the day by their diverse shows. Visitors can enjoy a once in a lifetime filming experience with the animation crew where you can become a movie star for a day. Other attractions include; Santa's toy town, boat ride (weather permitting), water trampolines, sun bathing decks, beach lido (summer only), food outlets, a winery offering a free glass of wine, a free post card given to all adults and a thrilling experience in the new 'Popeye the Comic Museum' enhanced with over 100 original comics dating back to 1936. Your children can also have fun in Malta's largest indoor jump around play area. Do not miss spending a fun-packed day at this Original and unique Film Set whilst on the Maltese Islands.
Quite a small location but packed with information in each of the houses and buildings. I've never seen the film but it was worth the short (15 minute) walk from Melieha. 10.50 Euros and that got a free postcard and small "Popeye Punch" drink. Was quiet when we visited in March but can see it being busy in the summer with kids!
4 based on 300 reviews
You would be hard pushed to find a more delightful seascape view and the food provided by the admirable Mambo beachside restaurant. A delight.
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