Xemxija is a suburb of St. Paul’s Bay, and although not a village of its own, it is still regarded as such by most Maltese. It is composed of a small network of buildings located on the seashore and inland, along a long stretch of promenade and an uphill route known as Telgha ix-Xemxija.
The location is both a gateway to Golden Bay and Mellieha, as well as a seaside resort in itself, with various restaurants and private lidos to be found in the area. With the inclusion of a small fishing harbour, Xemxija has some of the best views of the sea shore, as well as marvellous views of Maltese countryside surrounding it on the inland side, either or both of which views are enjoyed by most properties.
Xemxija is an up and coming town, with a number of high-end developments coming to fruition in the short to medium term that will most definitely improve the overall real estate landscape. One should seize the opportunity to talk to one of our specialists in property in Xemxija. Our closest office being located in Mosta Road, St. Paul’s Bay. It offers a complete service of property sales and property to let for both short and long-term rentals.
Xemxija might just be a suburb but as with anywhere else in Malta: Found here are Malta’s oldest preserved burial sites from the Neolithic Age (4,200BC), remains of a Neolithic temple (3,200BC), a fortified Bronze Age village site with cart ruts and a grain silo (1,200BC), Punic Tombs (900BC), Megalithic stones and extensive cave dwellings (900AD).
The Xemxija Heritage Trail, a heritage route to see all this can be found on Xemxija Hill or Xemxija Ridge, known as “Xaghra l-Bajda”. This is located close to the Simar Nature Reserve in Wied il-Pwales. The Trail area, mostly composed of natural garigue of indigenous trees, plants and herbs is a conservation area. The extended walk offers rock-hewn Roman-Period baths and Roman apiaries, a Second-World-War defense outpost and a post-Second-World-War emergency underground flour mill. A star attraction is the oldest carob tree on the island.
The woods called Masgar Olimpiku.
The hilltop Franciscan Church dedicated to St Joseph constructed in 1959 and completely reconstructed in 1988.
Summer Lidos along the shoreline.
The seaside cove called Dahlet il-Fekruna.
A great place to live with most properties offering beautiful scenic views of Maltese nature, purchasing a home in Xemxija is an excellent investment, if not for a second home, residence it garners a very lucrative rental return. Although the supply of properties for sale in Xemxija consist of apartments, maisonettes and penthouses, there is the odd availability of houses to be found in the area. Prices of maisonettes and apartments for sale in Xemxija start at as low as €98, 000 and go up according to the types of finishing that you may desire. The average price for a three bedroom penthouse ranges from €250, 000 to €480, 000.
There is also number of available properties to let for long and short term in the area.
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