This house that lies atop the Mellieha bakery
Where you’ll find the bakers already at work in the early hours of the morning.
This house that may have been a windmill at one point
Or it may have been connected to one, considering it bears the street name Il-Mithna l-Gdida (The New Windmill).
These houses hidden in the side-streets that have gorgeous climbing plants in common.
An example of the steep Mellieha hills, flanked with lanterns.
We hope you enjoyed this article as much as we enjoyed hunting around for attractions! If there are any other quaint spots in Mellieha that you know about that didn’t appear in this list, let us know about them in the comments (or send us a private message if feeling shy!
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