Ramla Bay Resort

Address: Marfa L/O, Mellieha, Island of Malta, MLH 7100, Malta | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Marfa L/O, Mellieha, is near Rotunda (Church of St. Mary), Ta' Cenc, Dingli Cart Ruts (Clapham Junction) and Caves, and Monti.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsRamla Bay Resort Mellieha

      Reviewed by ashleighfarrow

      My Home from Home - 5th Time here

      Reviewed Jun 28, 2013
      by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      In 2006 my Family purchased 2 time shares at Ramla Bay - so its become a home from home in many ways, we have lots of great memories here.This year i visited during Festa season which was amazing and a must if you ever do visit Malta!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Ramla Bay Resort Mellieha

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      Travel Blogs from Mellieha

      Marsaxlokk and Marsascala

      A travel blog entry by vyvyan on Apr 05, 2015

      5 photos

      ... us on back roads, which here are often dirt tracks, so we pushed on on the main road. She is quick to catch up with us and, today, took us on probably the best bit of road in Malta. Coastal route so not bad but too busy to stop and take snaps. TomTom had said 43mins. After about an hour we arrived and the place was heaving. Lucky for us we found a space and ...

      Busy busy busy

      A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on Sep 21, 2014

      20 photos

      ... off. Valletta is the capital and the only bits if seen were the harbour when we went diving, had a nice wander about and went to my dads favourite cafe so he could have some cake. The Maltese love little fancy cakes. We pottered about saw the sites and were heading along he harbour when there was a bloody big boom, a few seconds later another one and loads of police bikes and black Mercs zooming about. The booms kept on coming, like Baldricks poem in ...

      Not my finest hour

      A travel blog entry by sk4r4m4ng4 on Sep 19, 2014

      We'd arranged to go diving so had to be down at the diving centre for 8am so another early start, great. There was a German couple already waiting when we arrived so we got in to the van and headed to the main dive centre to collect our gear and some more divers from other hotels. The journey here was a little precarious as Anna our driver was certainly an enthusiastic driver to say the least. We arrived at Marfa Bay and started to get our gear sorted. Boot fine, BCD ...

      A day in the capital

      A travel blog entry by claire_anthony on May 27, 2014

      5 photos

      After a much needed lie in & a bowl of Frosties we were off out - our destination was Valletta, the capital of Malta. One bus journey later & we had arrived at the bus depot where Anthony immediately made a beeline for a street food seller. His mind was completely focused on Imarqet (Date Fritters). Not being a fan of dates I wasn't sure but being a fan of Anthony I was willing to try! They weren't bad at all, pastry part was lovely, the ...

      Stormy Weather....

      A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Mar 07, 2014

      ... the Phoenicians as early as 700 BC, but was then improved upon during the Arab (870-1091) and Norman (1091-) periods. The bus drops you on the road dividing Rabat from Mdina, and then you walk under the ancient gate in the city walls. Walking through the narrow streets is like traveling back in time, if you can overlook the hordes of camera-toting elderly British tourists in loose-fitting shirts and too-short capris, being herded from pillar to post by their minders ...