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Location & Travel Info
The Park Lane Aparthotel is situated in Qawra, a popular sea-side town situated in the North-East of Malta. The Maltese archipelago consists of five islands situated 93 kilometres South of Sicily, and therefore may be reached only by air or by sea. Getting around the inhabited islands of Malta and Gozo is possible by road or by boat; however there is no rail or metro.
Where we are
Qawra, in St Paul’s Bay, is a popular sea-side town situated in the North-East of the island of Malta. It offers all the facilities to make it a perfect base for visiting Malta throughout the year.
The Park Lane is within walking distance from an array of entertainment options such as restaurants, cafes, wine-bars, pubs, night clubs, a cinema and a casino. From scuba-diving schools to car-hire, Qawra provides it all. Furthermore, the Islets Promenade promises pleasant walks overlooking a vast stretch of Mediterranean, with St Paul’s Islands dominating the bay.
The hotel’s favourable location is further enhanced by its proximity to the Bugibba bus terminus which provides easy access to the rest of the island.
Getting around the Maltese islands is possible by road or ferry; there is no rail or metro service. The hotel’s proximity to the Bugibba bus terminus provides easy access to the rest of Malta. Among others, there is also a direct bus to Cirkewwa where you can take the Gozo and Comino ferries, while some smaller boats depart from St Paul’s Bay on daily boat trips. A large free car-park is also nearby the hotel, solving the parking issue for those opting for car-hire.
In order to provide a complete service to our clients, we provide airline ticketing assistance to our guests; please enquire for more information. If you prefer to handle them yourself, for your convenience find below a selection of airlines that fly to Malta’s International Airport in Luqa (often listed as Valletta).
The Maltese archipelago may be reached by ship or ferry from a number of ports. The most frequent ferry in operation is the catamaran to and from Sicily by the Maltese company Virtu' Ferries. Other ferry lines in the Mediterranean sometimes offer routes through Malta however these are seasonal and need to be checked for the period required.
Malta is connected to its sister islands Gozo and Comino with regular ferries departing from Cirkewwa. Several more companies also offer boat trips and tours around the islands departing mainly from St Paul's Bay and Sliema, while boats can also be hired for the day. Contact us for more information.
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