The Perfect Escape

aAn exclusive newly refurbished seafront block of 25 studio self-catering apartments set in a unique spot, a stone's throw away of the beautiful St George's bay. Nula is set in St Julians, in the region of Malta, 900m from Spinola Bay and 1.4km from Balluta Bay.
It's located close to the best nightclubs, bars, restaurants the island has to offer. Baystreet shopping complex, parking areas and all your daily needs are located a couple of 100 metres away. For those who prefer swimming in a pool a number of quality lidos are all close by.

Nula offers a selection of seafront apartments, garden view apartments overlooking the impressive Villa Rosa and standard apartments. All units are well designed, fully air-conditioned and have a fully equipped kitchen including an electric hob, oven, fridge and freezer. Wi-fi, electricity, fresh linen and towels are all included in the price. Nula also includes a communal sun terrace overlooking the bay.

This apartment is part of a detached building overlooking the beautiful gardens of the Villa Rosa and enjoys a quiet common terrace shared between only 6 apartments.

The nearest airport is Malta international airport, 8km away.

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The Rooms

Mediterranean décor unobstructed sea views


In St Julians & Surrounding


With an easy access to some of the best scuba diving centres in the area Malta has a wide and diverse range of dives sites to choose from including gentle reefs that slope away from 5 to 30 meters, caverns for the beginner as well as deeper and more adventurous options for the very exprienced cave explorers. Malta offers world-class wreck diving in depths from 15 the 40 meters accessible from shore and boat. If diving is not your thing you can also venture into rock climbing, trekking, water-lining, abseiling or book a kayak trip around the island.

Malta’s Nightlife

Malta’s club scene has been expanding and growing increasingly over the years competing with other countries’ club scenes such as that of Ibiza.
Having attracted top DJs from all over the world to its shores, Malta offers state of the art venues that can welcome larger crowds. From open-air nightclubs to the many bars lining up the streets of Paceville, Malta hosts some of the best parties in Europe. Both entrance fees and drinks are quite affordable with the added advantage of not having to spend a fortune on transport. Paceville comes alive as its many bars and nightclubs open

Malta’s Fine Wine

The production of wine in Malta dates back over two thousand years, from the Roman Era. Today grape varieties grown on the Maltese islands include Gellewza and Girgentina. Vineyards range in size from one-tenth of a hectare to twenty hectares and are mostly privately owned by part time farmers.
Grape harvesting commences by end of August. The white wine is of excellent quality and has a refreshing taste whilst the red wine is medium bodied.
The present vineyards include Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Syrah, Grenache, Carigan, Ruby Cabernet, Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Trebbiano, Petit Verdot and

Taste the Mediterranean

A short walk away from St. George’s bay a mecca of food is waiting; a mix of specialty restaurants with a local and foreign influence resulting from a long relationship between the islanders and the many conquerors who occupied Malta over the centuries. The blend of spices and slow cooked food in broth and wine whilst cooking, fills the air with a scent of uplifting aromas that make the Maltese cuisine so special. In most authentic Maltese restaurants a set of local delicacies are served before the main meal, normally consisting of ‘Gbejna’ (Peppered cheeslets), marinated olives and sundried