are very old, serene and picturesque villages, as becomes
evident from the numerous houses of character, old chapels,
niches, gardens and palaces found in the area.
fact, the location is sometimes referred to as the 'Garden' of
Malta, attributable mostly to the famed and beautiful San
Anton public gardens, but no less to the greenery one finds in
the streets and in the grounds of the stylish villas located
in the so-called 'Three Villages'.
one also finds the historic San Anton Palace, nowadays the
home of the President of Malta, bearing memories of the
Order's Grand Masters and British Governors.