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Marsascala - Wied Il Ghajn
Geographical Location: South Malta
Neighboring Towns and Villages: Marsaxlokk, Birzebugia, Zabbar, Fgura.
Marsascala Accommodation: Guesthouses, and a handful of holiday apartments, villas and town houses.
Shopping in Marsascala: A number fo shops are found in Marsascala with a shopping district in the neighbouring town of Fgura.
Banks, Bureau De Change, ATM's: A few available
Entertainment & Places To Visit: Good Fish Restaurants and Maltese Cuisine are found in Marsascala.
Beaches: St Thomas Bay
Public transport: Regular and frequent buses to Valletta and all other towns and villages
Health: Numerous Pharmacies in Marsascala. Nearest hospital is Saint James in Zabbar.
Town Information: Marsascala is an ancient fishing village (often written as M'Scala) with its picturesque bay that lies to the south-east of Malta. The Maltese call the area WIED IL-GHAJN (wid il ajn) and many Maltese families have summer homes there. In the holiday season it is buzzing with activity, much loved by locals and visitors alike. It sprawls at the feet of two hillsides descending from Zabbar and Zejtun. Its long U-shaped coastline and beach, its rocky promontories and its multicoloured fishing vessels give it lots of character. this is enhanced by a big variety of modern leisure facilities, restaurants and bars. Marsascala Bay used to extend deep into the valley to a cave with a natural spring of fresh water where old mariners took their water before sailing. This zone used to be a haven for Roman ships during their long period of occupation.
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