A flatlet situated under owners villa situated in much sought after area, enjoying use of a large pool and surrounding gardens. Accommodation comprises one bedroom, bathroom, living room and a kitchenette in the garden.
Madliena is a residential area perched on a hill on the outskirts of Tal-Ibraġ. The name is a Maltese contraction to the word 'Maddalena', the Italian and Maltese name for St Mary Magdalene. It lies on the outskirts of Paceville, Malta's main entertainment and nightlife centre. It is perched above the coast on the eastern stretch of the Victoria Lines, the British fortifications built in 1878 on the Great Fault running across Malta. Apart from the Victoria Lines, this locality boasts of another two heritage sites, Fort Madliena and Madliena Chapel. Fort Madliena, built in 1880, has an unusual feature - a revolving bridge instead of a drawbridge over its ditch. On the coastline below, is Madliena Tower, built by the Knights as part of a line of watchtowers.