Beaches in Malta
A guide to beaches in Malta. See real travelers ratings, reviews and questions.
Best known for Popeye Village, the set of the 1979 film starring Robbin Williams as Popeye, this tiny picturesque inlet is also used by fishermen who perch on the little quay left by the film set. A steep slope lead down to the bay. Although the waters here are generally calm, the bay is suitable... Read More
This beach stretches round the shore of an open bay at the extreme northern fringe of Malta. The sandy bay faces nearby islands of Comino and Gozo. Read More
St Julians, Malta.
The Sliema and St Julian's coastline is thronged with sunbathers during the peak summer months. From Qui-si-Sana in Sliema to Balluta Bay in St Julian's, it is one long stretch of rocky shore. Read More
San Niklaw Bay, Comino.
The tiny isle of Comino, only 3.5 sqr kms, is the perfect hideaway. The Islands' main attraction today is the Blue Lagoon, a sheltered inlet of shimmering aquamarine water. Read More
San Lawrenz, Gozo.
Dwejra is perhaps the archipelago's most spectacular natural landmark. Here, geology, time and sea have worked together to produce some of the most remarkable scenery on the Islands - The Azure Window, the Inland Sea, Fungus Rock and sheer cliffs. Read More
Ghajn Tuffieha is a popular sandy beach. It is unspoilt and undeveloped yet has the facilities you need to enjoy a day on the beach sun lounger and umbrella hire, pedallos and a small snack bar. The beach can only be reached down a steep flight of steps or by a gravel track. The hillside behind... Read More
Possibly not quite as nice as other beaches in the area, though you do get the option to choose a quieter spot at this beach. Read More
Located just off Mgarr and the limits of Mellieha, Golden Bay is one of Malta s most popular sandy beaches. It also has the facilities you need for the day - a café-restaurant, sun lounger and umbrella hire, and plenty of fun water sports from jet skiing and paragliding to banana boat rides. It... Read More
Marsalforn is Gozo's main seaside town. During the summer, it becomes a bustling, lively resort. There is a small but pleasant sandy bank on the harbour with safe bathing and good rocky coastline towards Qbajjar which is excellent for snorkelling Read More
Mellieha Bay is Malta's largest and most popular sandy beach. It lies on the coast road leading to Cirkewwa and the Gozo ferry. There are no undercurrents here so the bay offers safe bathing and the shallow waters make it ideal for children. Read More
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