Salina is close to a diverse collection of Malta’s well-known sights. Two destinations that should be on every visitor’s to-do list is the wonderful Mediterraneo Marine Park and the iconic Eden Cinemas. Two more worthwhile attractions that are located nearby Salina are the Bay Street Shopping Complex and Spinola Garden.
Salina has a number of museums and theaters nearby that allow visitors to really get a feel for the area. Take a guided tour, admire the interior of the building or simply enjoy the wonderful artworks at the Museum of Natural History in Mdina, the National Museum of Fine Arts in Valletta and the Great Seige of Malta and the Knights of St. John. Go and see one or two of the exciting live performances at the Knights Spectacular 1565 in Valletta.
If the sun is shining, follow the locals and appreciate the nearby green spaces. To discover the local wilderness set out to explore the St Paul's Island in Mellieha. Watch as the birds wheel overhead, chat with the fishermen and make the most of the sunshine at nearby Gnejna Bay in Mgarr.
Visitors to the Salina area should go and see the St. Johns Co - Cathedral in Valletta, Bugibba Square in St. Paul's Bay and Sliema Promenade in Sliema. The Church of St. Paul the Shipwrecked in Valletta offers travellers to Malta the opportunity to better understand the religious history of the area. For those who enjoy history, the area’s past comes vividly back to life at Tigne Fort in Sliema.
A great way to get some exercise and fresh air is to grab your golf bag and head to the area’s best-loved courses like the Royal Malta Golf Club in Valletta.
If you are ready to splash some cash, browse Bisazza Street in Sliema and the Point Shopping Mall.
At the end of a day enjoying Salina, stay the night at one of the area’s bed-and-breakfasts, hotels or short-stay apartments. Whether you’re staying for a night or a few weeks check out the amenities at the Grand Hotel Excelsior, Floriana, the InterContinental Malta, St. Julian's, and the popular Hilton Malta, St. Julian's.