The Seashells Resort at the Suncrest has a range of sporting and leisure activities to suit all tastes. The main pool of the hotel is located directly on the seafront and include 2 small children's pools one of which has a children's fun slide. There is a large games room and playroom next to the lido area which includes several billiard tables, table tennis and various video games.
The hotel has its own diving centre which offers several water sports activities including water skiing, sailing, windsurfing and jet skis. Professional diving courses can also be booked at the centre ranging from beginners courses up to PADI open water advanced courses.
The leisure & fitness centre is located 150 meters from the hotel and includes free use of an indoor pool (heated during the winter seasons), a gymnasium, a Jacuzzi and squash courts. Sauna and massages are also available at a small charge.
The hotel offers brand new corridors including floors, ceiling and lighting system, 6 Brand New elevators, 2 Brand New service elevators, Reception and Façade.
During the summer months, the animation team takes care of the children and creates activity programmes to keep the younger generation occupied during their stay at the hotel. The 'Reflections' night club is open every evening for the active guest looking to really let their hair down.
Qawra, together with neighbouring St. Paul's Bay and Bugibba are Malta's largest seaside resorts.
They offer plentiful accommodation ranging from self-catering apartments to hotel complexes and a variety of nightlife and leisure options. The coastline here has some wonderful open sea views and a vista across to St. Paul's Island, where, according to legend, the ship carrying the Apostle is said to have been wrecked. Standing prominently on the isle is a large statue of the Apostle commemorating this legendary event. The coastline promenade provides a long, though mostly level and an easy walk from St. Paul's Bay all the way to Qawra Point, with its tower and views over Salina Bay. St. Paul's Bay started life as a small fishing village.
The parish church of Qawra, dedicated to St Francis of Assisi, was designed by Maltese architect Richard England.
The localities of Qawra and Bugibba which are linked by the seafront promenade have for many years been one of the most popular Malta destinations. Qawra is the more sedate of the two resorts, although guests who wish to head for Bugibba in the evening where there is a range of good dining options and popular wine bars have only a short walk between the two localities. Qawra point which is only 300 metres from the Suncrest hotel offers fantastic swimming options in a closed bay whilst the main beach areas to the north of the hotel are a short bus ride from the hotel.
Golden Sands - 5km from the hotel