Casa Rocca Piccola, the 16th Century Palace of a Maltese Noble family
Apart from being a unique attraction in the centre of Valletta, Casa Rocca Piccola is still a privately owned and much loved family home.
Don’t Miss Attractions
Summer Dining Room
This Art Nouveau dining room often takes visitors by surprise. Originally it was just an open terrace overlooking the garden but was covered over to create a stunning addition to Casa Rocca Piccola in the early 20th Century.
Portrait of Monica de Piro
Monica was the daughter of the 7th Baron de Piro and was painted here by Arthur Acton in the 1930’s. She is showing off her style and charisma which so attracted the Marchese Bartolini Salimbeni who commissioned this portrait.
Golden Sedan Chair
The Sedan Chair is one of the treasures of Casa Rocca Piccola and was made for Frà Victor Nicolas de Vachon Belmont, a French Knight of Malta and Captain General of the Galleys. It is the finest and flashiest sedan chair in Malta and was an extremely spectacular way to get around Valletta.
The largest of our 3 Bomb Shelters could fit 100 people in it. Cut out from solid rock these underground shelters are an exciting finale to a visit to Casa Rocca Piccola.
Travellers’ Choice 2014, 2015 & 2016
Casa Rocca Piccola has been awarded Trip Advisor’s ‘Best of the Best’ Award, Travellers’ Choice for 2014, 2015 and 2016.
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