Traditional Maltese food

Traditional Maltese food

The promenade at Qawra is lined with eateries to cater for every mood. Whether you fancy Italian, Chinese, Indian, pub food, grilled meats or traditional Maltese dishes, it’s all here. Lovage Bistro is a popular choice for a celebration meal, while Cheeky Monkey gastropub serves good burgers and cocktails.
Sunny Coast Resort & Spa
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£288pp
Based on
  • Manchester, Sun 12 Dec 2021
  • 7 Nights, Self Catering
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Sunny Coast Resort & Spa

Qawra, Malta and Gozo

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Based on 1225 reviews

0.1 Km to Traditional Maltese food

  • Stunning views
  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Spacious apartments
Seashells Resort at Suncrest

Seashells Resort at Suncrest

Qawra, Malta and Gozo

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Based on 2618 reviews

0.1 Km to Traditional Maltese food

  • Great for families
  • Children's pool with waterslide
  • Stunning sea views
  • Modern rooms
  • All Inclusive
Qawra Palace Hotel
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£294pp
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  • Manchester, Sun 12 Dec 2021
  • 7 Nights, Half Board
  • 4 Adults, 0 Children

Qawra Palace Hotel

Qawra, Malta and Gozo

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Based on 3742 reviews

0.2 Km to Traditional Maltese food

  • Fantastic views
  • Side Sea View rooms available
  • All Inclusive option
  • Indoor pool and spa
  • Separate games room
Qawra Tower

Qawra Tower

Qawra, Malta and Gozo

This two-storey, square tower was built by the Knights of Malta in 1637. A gun battery was added in 1715. It sits near the tip of Qawra Point, with St Paul’s Bay to the west and Salina Bay to the east. It’s now...

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Snorkelling by Qawra Point

Snorkelling by Qawra Point

Qawra, Malta and Gozo

The waters off the headland at Qawra Point are prime snorkelling territory. You can pick up gear at the local shops and launch yourself off from the beach to swim with parrotfish, barracuda and other varieties....

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Patronage of Our Lady

Patronage of Our Lady

Malta and Gozo

The Patronage of Our Lady chapel was first built in 1738 and attracted worshippers from all over the island. It was rebuilt on a larger scale and in 1789 was the first and only rural chapel on Gozo for 161...

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