Economical and centrally located for those who are after a budgeted holiday!! This one of a kind property which is situated exactly on the St Julians Sea-Front offering fantastic ever-changing views of Spinola bay. The apartment consists of two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The apartment is well lit having a veranda overlooking Spinola Bay. One can eat and enjoy the views from the enclosed, Maltese type balcony but with a modern twist made of glass so one can literally open the windows of it and enjoy the fresh sea breeze. Also the apartment has an open plan kitchen/living area both well equipped with anyone's needs. Cable tv and wifi internet come complementary with the flat. The apartment has a large master bedroom with en suite, a twin bedroom and a family bathroom. This apartment also can accommodate 6 people easily gut that would incur an extra charge per night. Folding beds will be added in the other bedrooms or in the lounge up to the client's desires. Besides its' lovely view, this apartment is just a minutes away from the Sliema promenade that is full of shops, restaurants by the sea, ice cream parlours, Internet cafes, daily cruise ships round Malta, or ferry boats that take you to the capital city Valletta. The promenade is ideal for walking or jogging. It is a great area to relax and enjoy the great panorama with boats passing by. Also the apartment is on the 4th floor served with lift but it has a flight of steps to access the lift. The town is subdivided into informal districts which arePaceville,Tá Giorni, Tal-Ghoghod,St Andrews, as well as the regions surrounding St George's Bay, Spinola Bay, Balluta Bay, and Il-Qaliet cliffs.St Julian's is a popular town, usually flowing with tourists, especially during the summer months. It is also a well-sought after destination by the Maltese.The town has only one skyscraper, the 98m tall Portomaso Tower. The town is named after its patron saint; Saint Julian who is widely known as Julian the Hospitaller and Julian the Poor whereby he is the patron Saint of hunters. The town's flag is identical to the Belgian flag which has to do with the fact that it is thought that St Julian was Belgian (from Ath), despite the fact that it is disputed whether he was also from France (Le Mans) or Italy (Naples).