Vittoriosa, MaltaSpring 2016
St. Kats ⇾ Vittoriosa
If you love life in St. Katharine Docks, why not explore other historic and fascinating marinas around the world?
Whether you sail there under your own navigational steam or let someone else plan your journey, Grand Harbour Marina in Malta is a must-visit sun‑drenched location steeped in history, mirroring our ethos at St. Katharine Docks’: respect for heritage and embrace of the future.
Grand Harbour Marina in Malta is set against a UNESCO World Heritage Site – a trait it shares with St. Katharine Docks, where the Tower of London is the designated UNESCO landmark.
Whether it’s home for the day, a week or your permanent port, Grand Harbour Marina is the perfect place to moor up and enjoy Mediterranean hospitality at it’s finest. The waterside buildings have been immaculately restored and are now home to chic bars and restaurants.
The marina is also a great base from which to explore up market Valletta – Malta’s capital and soon to be European Capital of Culture in 2018. When on dry land your sightseeing itinerary should include the St. John’s Co-Cathedral, with its Baroque interior and only signed Caravaggio masterpiece in existence; the megalithic temples of Ħaġar Qim Mnajdra and Tarxien, and Hypogeum of Ħal-Saflieni – a 5,000-year-old underground prehistoric burial site.
To find out more about Grand Harbour Marina and to book a berth, visit the website.