Beaches in Malta
A guide to beaches in Malta. See real travelers ratings, reviews and questions.
Limits of Xewkija (Gozo). A small , picturesque bay within a creek and a steep sided valley. No facilities, but good for snorkelling. Read More
Paradise Bay on the northern tip of Malta overlooks Cirkewwa where the ferry leaves for Gozo. Paradise Bay has a small, picturesque sandy beach with good facilities and some water sports options. Read More
At the tip of Delimara (east of Marsaxlokk Bay) is one of Malta's most secluded and attractive rocky inlets. The shoreline is accessible down a steep flight of steps. Flat rocks provide a good beach area with some shade. Peter's Pool is the rocky inlet and is not ideal for small children to swim in. Read More
Qawra and Bugibba and Qawra are Malta's largest, seaside resort towns. The rocky coastline promenade stretches from Salina Bay to St Paul's Bay taking in some of the Islands' best open sea views and a vista over to St Paul's Island. The flat rocks provide places for sun bathing and there are... Read More
Ramla is Gozo's largest sandy bay and one of the most beautiful on the Maltese Islands. The beach here is of a deep, reddish-gold hue. The bay is surrounded by countryside and nestles below steep terraced hills and the mythical Calypso's Cave. Read More
San Blas is a tiny, rocky bay with also a patch of sand set in secluded countryside tucked below steep terraced hills on Gozo's north-east coast. Read More
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
St Thomas' Bay, a ten-minute walk around the headland from Malta's main southern resort of Marsascala, is a large, natural inlet typical of the southern coastline. Read More
St Julians, Malta.
A recent major improvement on the previous tiny patch of sand that used to be St George’s Bay, this beach is now larger and properly managed. This beach is extremely busy in summer and crowded with students and guests of nearby hotels. Read More
The delightful sea inlet, known as Xlendi Bay, lies at the end of a deep, lush ravine which was a river bed. Xlendi is flanked by steep cliff. Read More
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