Open House in Marsascala


Join us in Marsascala to view the few remaining properties in this spectacular development. 

When: Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th March, 10.00-16.00 both days.

Where: Clover Point, Triq is-Silla, Marsascala

Contact: Max Magri 99475444


Seaside Living


Located in the seaside village of Marsascala, within walking distance from the sea is this new luxury block. Properties are built and currently in shell form, and will be sold including doors, apertures, and tiles. The project is being sold fully finished to high standards including doors and bathrooms. Starting from €230,000.

  • 2 apartments
  • 1 maisonette
  • 2 penthouses


Development specifications:

  • Outdoor space
  • Situated on a wide road
  • Two or three bedrooms
  • Distant sea views from upper floors
  • Finished to high standards
  • Great opportunity for rental investment


Apartments & maisonette

The layouts come in the form of an entrance into an open plan kitchen/living/dining leading onto a 14m2 terrace. A wide corridor leads to three bedrooms, two of which have an ensuite. The third bathroom has the option of being either an ensuite or a guest restroom. A back terrace is also available with each unit.

The apartments are priced at €230,000, and the last remaining ground floor maisonette is priced at €260,000.



The penthouses come in the form of entrance into an open plan kitchen/living/dining leading onto a large 18m2 terrace enjoying distant sea views. A short corridor leads to two bedrooms, the main having an ensuite. There also is the main bathroom and back terrace.

The last two remaining penthouses are priced at €280,000.



The southern region of Malta is where locals enjoy a quieter lifestyle, while traditional values merge with a modern lifestyle. The area is home to stunning cliffs and valleys, as well as harbours and bays. The Marsaskala seafront promenade is popular with locals wishing to take a leisurely stroll or dine at one of the local bistros. The features of this small town include cliffs and saltpans, as well as gardens and local meeting places.