A unique opportunity has arisen to acquire a multi-faceted and historic property set on a Jewel of the Mediterranean with international appeal and significant fiscal advantages.
Palazzo Abela was built by Monsignor Leonardo Abela between 1562 and 1564.
The Palazzo is of typical Maltese architecture which gives it a typically medieval aspect. There are a number of small rooms and shapeless spaces on different levels linked to each other. Most of its original features have been retained, such as the high arched ceilings, vaulted roofs, large courtyard, mature gardens and frescoed chapel.
The new owners took it upon themselves to restore the building to its original splendor adding in the process new facilities for sports, conferences and events as well as dining.
The property occupies a gross plot size of around 2,000sq m and comprises:
• An historic Palace, once home to The Bishop of Sidonia
• A fully operational wine bar
• A fully operational Restaurant
• 4 – 6 function rooms
• External terrace and gardens