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Msida Marina
Msida Marina

Msida Marina

A cidade de Msida era originalmente uma pequena vila de pescadores, mas agora se transforma na elegante Ta'xbiex, o rico enclave que abriga a maioria dos diplomatas e embaixadas de Malta. As maiores reivindicações de Msida para a fama hoje são uma universidade de prestígio e a gigantesca marina de iates que se estende ao longo do lado norte do porto de Marsamxett até Msida Creek. É o maior e mais protegido porto de Malta e o lugar certo para ver os elegantes super iates do super-rico Euro-glitterarti.

A marina tem berços para 720 barcos e pode acomodar embarcações de até 72 pés (22 m) de comprimento ao longo de pontões e quebra-mares. Ao redor da marina surgiu um aglomerado de restaurantes e lojas que, após um período de modernização, voltou a funcionar. Uma pitada deluzzus de pesca tradicional fornece um toque de cor alegre entre as linhas suaves das embarcações à vela contemporâneas atracadas na marina.

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Msida

The basics

Along with berths for hundreds of yachts, this marina is home to a cluster of shops and seafood restaurants. A sprinkling of traditional fishing luzzus provide a splash of cheery color among the smooth lines of the contemporary sailing craft moored up in the marina. Sightseeing cruises pass by, and it’s a great place to come independently for a meal or to soak up the atmosphere.

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Things to know before you go

*With its bevy of traditional boats moored alongside luxury yachts, the marina is a great place for photographers to get some unusual shots. *The harbor is wheelchair and stroller-accessible. *Wear sun protection if coming during the summer and layers when staying out around sunset.

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How to get there

Numerous bus routes pass through Msida on their way out of Valletta from the bus station, just southeast of the City Gate. The journey takes about 15 minutes. The Valletta Ferry Terminal is about 10 minutes away by car, or 25 minutes by bus.

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When to get there

The harbor is interesting whenever you visit, though, like elsewhere in Malta, it’s less crowded outside of the summer months. You may prefer to come in the early evening for the chance to catch beautiful sunsets. Alternatively, come at lunch or dinnertime to sit down to a fresh seafood meal with sea views.

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