Playground Guide: The Qui Si-Sana Playground in Sliema

Qui Si-Sana Sliema Playground In Sliema, just by the sea, you will find a beautiful playground for kids. We’re talking about the Qui Si-Sana playground! This playground has two different areas; one for younger kids and one for older kids. There is plenty of space to run about, play with a ball, draw with chalk and enjoy oneself. Kids love it here!

Play EquipmentYes, both for young kids and older ones
CaféThere are plenty of cafes in the surrounding area. In summer, you might also spot the ice-cream van!
Wheelchair AccessYes
Open SpaceNo
SecureOnly one area is secured by a gate.
Dog FriendlyYes
Picnic AreaBenches are available but there are no tables
Dedicated ParkingNo. There is street parking or you can park in one of the close by parkings
BonusesPlenty of shops to visit, eateries and a dip in the sea (when it gets too hot!)
Public ToiletsAvailable
The playing area for toddlers and young kids:

This playing area has many cool things! There is the swings area which is secured by a gate and it has a teddy swing for young kids. Next to this area, there is a wider area with slides, mini see-saws and other cool things to try out!

Young kids play area with slides  Teddy Swing  Swings playing area
The playing area for older kids:

This area is dedicated to kids between the ages of 8 and 12 years. Here you will find the swings section, an area with slides and a climbing piece.

Qui Si-Sana playground for older kids  climbing equipment for older kids in Qui Si-Sana playground  slides area for older kids in playground

Whether you go to Sliema for a stroll, or for shopping, make sure to stop at the Qui Si-Sana playground with your little ones. They will surely have a blast!

Where to go with kids in Sliema:

Check out this quick Sliema tour of 3 different places to visit with your little ones in Sliema.

We’ve ticked off:

✔️Sliema playground

✔️Qui Si-Sana playground

✔️The Independence Gardens and playground

Where to find the Qui Si-Sana Playground:

For more playpark guides and things to do around Malta and Gozo, check out our Activities section. 

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