Spinola bay is a quaint little bay in St Julians dotted with traditional and modern buildings, cafés, bars and restaurant. It’s known for its colourful Maltese fishing boats and is a great place to relax and dine. Stroll along the path to Sliema or enjoy eating al-fresco in one of the many restaurants, including Hotel Juliani’s own seafront café Boat trips and hop-on hop-off buses are available from the bay making it a great central location for other trips and exploring the area. Don’t miss this beautiful bay at night, when the whole seafront comes alive. This is really a great place to be at the centre of it all. Hotel Juliani residents can enjoy the bay from their rooftop pool, giving unrivalled views across the area.
The Barrakka Lift links Valletta’s Lascaris Wharf to St. Peter and Paul Bastion and the Upper Barrakka Gardens. It provides access from the Grand Harbour directly to the city. The built was originally built in 1905, but was demolished in 1983. The current lift was built in 2012. It’s a welcome rest for visitors whose legs are tired from Valletta’s steps. It’s worth noting that the lift is free to use descending to the harbour, but is 1€ to get you back up.
Valletta’s waterfront offers many restaurants and cafés. It’s also the starting point for many tours and boat trips. It’s worth a visit and is an impressive harbour for the magnificent city of Valetta.
is a lift in Valletta, Malta which was constructed in 2012, on the site of a previous lift which had operated from 1905 to 1973 and which was demolished in 1983. It is located inside the ditch of the fortifications of Valletta, and it links Lascaris Wharf to St. Peter and Paul Bastion and the Upper Barrakka Gardens. It therefore allows access from the Grand Harbour to the city.
The Hotel Juliani is an ideal base to enjoy both Spinola bay and Valletta. Our Luxury Malta Hotel offers a high level of service, recently renovated rooms and our prices are always best when booked direct. Book your say at our boutique hotel today.