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A truly memorable experience.

The Pergola Hotel & Spa is situated on a hill in a quiet residential area of Mellieha, where it commands breath-taking and panoramic views of Ghadira bay and the sister islands of Gozo and Comino.

The hotel is located two minutes away on foot from the heart of Mellieha, where shops, bars, restaurants, and other amenities line the main street. Buses depart regularly to Malta’s capital city Valletta and to other tourist hubs in Malta including Sliema, St Julian’s and the old capital Mdina.

The largest and most beautiful Blue Flag sandy beach on the island is situated minutes away from the hotel. Other nearby landmarks and places of interest include the village centre, with its historic parish church and sanctuary; the Red Tower and Selmun Palace built by the Knights of Malta; the popular family attraction Popeye Village; and several natural sites and hiking trails.

  • Mellieha

    Mellieha is a town and a popular tourist resort in the northwest of Malta that is flanked on three of its sides by the crystal clear turquoise Mediterranean sea. The charm of this town and surrounding area is incredibly alluring.

    Mellieha offers visitors a chance to experience the relaxed island lifestyle. The picturesque landscapes in this coastal region are second to none, with many trails leading to spectacular vantage points to sites of natural or historical interest.

  • Malta

    Malta is rich in history and there are fascinating sites all over the island that allows visitors to immerse themselves into the island’s unique historical heritage. From prehistoric temples to fortifications, rolling countryside and jagged coastlines, and so much to see left by the Knights during their stay on the island. Not to mention the various museums too, most of which can be found in the capital Valletta – a UNESCO world heritage city that is steeped in history and culture.