The Clock Placeapartments are situated in Qawra, a district within St Paul's on the north east of the island. The apartments are located in the quieter part of Qawra but the local shops, bars, restaurants and bus station serving all parts of the island are within a 3 minute walk. The owners, Jimmy and Josephine Vella, are always on hand to help you enjoy your holiday to the full. For more information please click one of the links to the left.
"Dear Josephine, Once again we have had a fantastic holiday here in Malta especially the exceptional amenities that you provide in the Penthouse apartment. It must be a comfort to you that all other guests comments are in unison that the Penthouse provides and caters for all our needs. Last but not least all the comments made agree that apart from being the landlady you are a friend always willing to help in any way to ensure that we have a wonderful holiday." More. . . . .
Just one of the many complimentary comments left by our guests
Qawra and Bugibba are Malta's largest seaside resort towns. The coastline promenade stretches from Salina Bay to St Paul's Bay taking in some of the Islands best open sea views and a vista over to St Paul's Island. The shore is rocky, but that has not prevented the resorts appeal. The flat rocks provide places for sun bathing and there are access points every so often for swimmers. The water is deep, but generally clean and clear and safe for bathing. The Qawra promontory to the north west has been developed into a distinct resort with hotels along the coastline and numerous holiday apartments just inland. Salina Bay takes its name from the salt pans cut in inner segments of this sea inlet. The water on both verges of the bay is not deep and is quite suitable for swimming off the rocks. The bay is popular throughout the summer with both holidaymakers and locals.
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St Paul was shipwrecked on Malta in 60 AD. Paul converted the Governor of the island to Christianity.
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