San Anton Gardens
Very quite place where one can enjoy some quality time with loved ones. This is where the President’s residential palace is. It is accessible to the public.
Formal gardens surrounding the San Anton Palace featuring walkways, fountains, sculptures & more. Attard
These are the gardens surrounding the president's winter palace; tranquil and boasting some of the country's oldest tree!
Highly recommended to visit. Especially for families. Planty of interesting trees, animals, relaxed atmosphere.
The San Anton kitchen garden is absolutely the nicest place you can take your family to in Malta, free entry, lovely trees/plants, petting farm, restaurant and much more, highly recommended to google more pictures of it to get a better idea, it is simply beautiful. Please note that this place is…
“Ferretti Housed within the ruins of an ancient battery built back when the Knights of St. John were still strutting around the island, wine bars don’t come much more historic than Ferretti. One of Malta’s more stylish nightspots, guests can enjoys their drinks on the outdoor terrace overlooking a moat, or move inside into contemporary interiors. The cellar offers an eclectic selection of vintages, both from Malta and abroad, while the kitchen serves up classic Mediterranean fare. ”
“One of the world’s largest collections of arms and armour that is still housed in its original building. The Knights of St John were a unique brotherhood of resolute warrior monks. From Malta, their island stronghold, these combatant aristocrats from the noblest houses of Europe, carried out their relentless crusade against the Ottoman Turks in defence of the Catholic faith. The Palace Armoury is certainly one of the most visible and tangible symbols of the past glories of the Sovereign Hospitaller Military Order of Malta”