01-03-2017 by redazione
A special new proposal for a seaside Sunday with all the amenities?
Surely the "Malaika Beach Villas" Mayungu. The residence is also a restaurant and bar, this year organized the beach with sun beds and service
gazebo restaurant directly on the beach and facing the sea of â€‹â€‹"Sardegna 2".
Sun beds and towels are in use only 300 Kes day.
For lunch they are offered pleasant dishes of the day or you can choose from the a la carte menu where fresh fish is the main ingredient (mixed grilled and fried, stewed octopus and other tasty specialties) trying to satisfy the demands of customers.
Who does not love a hearty Sunday lunch you can also choose a snack, such as traditional samosa or potato chips.
Customers who choose to spend Sunday at Malaika, can also take advantage of the resort's amenities, such as the beautiful swimming pool at no extra charge.
Malaika Beach Villas is still open every day with the same characteristics!
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