: Malta International
: Gnejna Bay and many others
: Marsa Sports Club
Car: not necessary
Rabat is one of Malta's oldest urban centres, tracing its history to before the Romans (whose many remains are still standing, like the Domus Romanus). Not only is Rabat rich in history and culture, but it is served very well by public and private transport and within 30 min drive from Valletta (the Capital) or Sliema (Cosmopolitan centre) and sea side resorts (like Portomaso), beaches (like Mellieha bay), lidos, clubs, etc. Rabat is adjacent to Mdina, the medieval old capital of the island, walled and fortified, known as the 'Silent City'. Literally, Rabat and Mdina appear like one big town, if not for the city bastions. There are many museums, Malta's Old Cathedral, several churches, chapels, many good restaurants, coffee shops, public gardens and even a small woods, in nearby Buskett, ideal for long walk in the countryside, all year round.
Other Activities: Museums; Many Churches; Night Clubs; many Excquisite Restaurants and Wine Bars closeby;
Golf: The Royal Malta Golf Club, Aldo Moro Street, Marsa Private members club where visitors are welcome. Proper golf attire compulsory, soft spikes only, H’cap certificate required. Open all week except Thursday and Saturday mornings. Reservations essential.