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New! Fantastic Sea View Apartment

Marsalforn Apartment 3 Bedrooms Fantastic Sea View

Ref: 

22-98

Bedrooms: 

3

Finished

Marsalforn

1100

Gozo Direct is pleased to present this new instruction for a 3-bedroom apartment on the outskirts of Marsalforn.

Some of the best views in Gozo from the large balcony await the new Tennant.

The apartment is very well maintained with common areas freshly painted and well maintained.

To the back of the apartment, there are open country views see photos.

This apartment needs to be seen to be appreciated.

The owner is open to a subletting agreement too.

Property ID:
Property Type
Price €
Bedrooms
En-Suite Bedrooms
Bathrooms
Construction Stage
FinishDate
Year Built
Floors
Status
Gozo Village
Position
Internal Size
Plot Size
Balcony
Garage
Air-conditioning
Furnishings
Heating
Property Standard
Views
Airspace
Swimming Pool
Pet Friendly
Lift
22-98
Apartment
1100
3
1
2
Finished
Dec 17, 2022
2012
1
GONE SORRY
Marsalforn
Coastal
80
1 x Balcony
Available to rent
Full
Fully Furnished
Warm Air
High
Sea Unobstructed
Not Included
No Pool
Yes
Yes

Bedrooms 

Number 
3
En Suite 
1

Great standard

Bathrooms

Number 
2

Modern new bathroom with bath tub, Shower & fitted furniture.

Kitchen

The Modern functional kitchen comprises of modern units complete with Dishwasher, Washing Machine Table Breakfast Bar Oven Cooker etc

Lounge Dining Room

The Modern functional kitchen comprises of modern units complete with Dishwasher, Washing Machine Table Breakfast Bar Oven Cooker etc

Outside Area

This property has the benefit of a large balcony directly looking over the sea. Its close to the shops bars and restaurants of Marsalforn. Also is ideally located to the quieter end of Gozo with the salt pans as a major attraction.

The property has the benefit of the lift.

Contact Agent

Anthony Reed

If you would like more information on a property or book a viewing please make a note of the Ref. Number and use one of the methods below or call me on 

+356 79268080

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Gozo Area Information

Marsalforn

Zebbug sits on a plateau between Gozo's tallest hills, Ta' Abram and Iz-Zebbug, in the north. Zebbug, Maltese for olive tree, is likely named from the area's abundant wild olives.

A Bronze Age habitation on Ta' Kuljat, a flat-topped hill, dates Zebbug to 1500–700 BC. From there to Qbajjar, an inlet near Marsalforn, are several Punic graves (700-218 BC). From 1282, a settlement formed, and in 1688 it was recognized as an autonomous Parish with a Church dedicated to Santa Marija, the Assumption. The adjacent beach resort of Marsalforn features a modest church dedicated to Saint Paul Shipwrecked, who is said to have left the Maltese islands for Sicily and Rome. The feast is observed on February 10.

The village's traditional culture shows its long history. This is evident in the villagers' deep devotion to their Church, the careful maintenance of the street niches that house holy figures to watch over the village streets, the local clubs like the Bocci Club, Shooting Range, and Band Club, which are the heart of community social interaction, and the Zebbugin's high-quality traditional crafts like lace, basket weaving, and woollen blankets. Zebbug was known for agriculture, wool, and weaving until recently.

Marsalforn, a prominent fishing village and tourist resort in the North West of Gozo, is part of Zebbug. The name refers to the harbour (Marsa) and either the vessels that would shelter there (Lifurna) or the many sea caves ('l Forna) in the vicinity. Marsalforn became a quiet fishing village after Mgarr Harbour developed. Marsalforn is one of Gozo's main attractions, however overdevelopment of holiday apartments and eateries has changed it.

Marsalforn's gorgeous blue seas and diving opportunities draw Gozitans and tourists by the dozens. The coast of Marsalforn is gorgeous with various bays and bathing areas. From Xwejni to Wied il-Ghasri, hundreds of salt pans carved into soft limestone are filled with sea water before summer to collect salt left behind by the scorching sun.

The 'Fortina tal-Qolla l-Bajda' (Qbajjar Tower), built in 1716, is the final of a line of fortifications built around Marsalforn harbor to protect it and the rest of the island from invaders. It is located on the promontory between Qbajjar and Xwejni. The majestic statue of Christ the Saviour on Merzuq Slope, guarding the island with extended arms, is the area's most prominent feature.

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