Set in a 17th century Baroque building the Carmelite Priory has undergone important and significant restoration, to finally open its doors to the viewing public. This hidden gem, offers the public an opportunity to explore the Carmelite living tradition. Among a number of rooms to explore, the quarters include a beautifully frescoed refectory.
A typical monastic cloister breathing light onto the Maltese stonework of the surrounding corridors and cells, which connect the priory to the church. The Carmelite Church and Priory offers a balanced mix of sobriety and impressive paintings, sculpture and architecture.