Sliema, a coastal town situated on the northeast of Malta. It is also found adjacent to St. Julians. In recent years, this small village has now become a major commercial area. In-fact, it’s a highly popular location which has many shopping areas, bars, cafes, restaurants and hotels.
From one side, the strand area offers spectacular views across to Valletta, and from the other side, there are breathtaking open sea views. The Sliema promenade that stretches for a couple of kilometres is ideal for long walks or runs, while the various benches provide a place for the locals to relax and socialize during warm summer evenings. A coastline boasting the Independence Garden completed with a children’s playground, as well as two fortifications: a De Redin tower built in the 17th century to protect the islands against sea attacks; and another tower that was built by the British in a neo-gothic style in the 1880s.
The village is adjacent to the towns of Gzira and Ta Xbiex. Most of the gaming and finance companies find an office here.