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San Anton Gardens Attard 10.00
Palazzo Parisio Naxxar 10.00
St. John’s Cathedral Valletta 10.00
Casa Rocca Piccola Valletta 9.00
Palazzo Parisio Naxxar 9.00
Upper Barrakka Gardens Valletta 9.00
Lower Barrakka Gardens Valletta 9.00
Buskett Garden Buskett 9.00
Chinese Garden of Serenity Santa Lucija 8.50
Għar Dalam Cave and Museum Birzebbuga 8.00

Beaches in Malta, Gozo and Comino.

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Santa Maria Bay in Comino has shallow, clear waters ideal with less people Santa Maria Bay is located in Comino and this small, sandy beach is a quieter option than its popular neighbour, The Blue La...
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Comino's St. Mary's Tower above the cliff
Comino's rocly coastline has a number of beaches, caves and cliffs waiting for you to discover Comino has a friendly, rocky coast with plenty of places where you may bathe, varying in difficulty...
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Ghajn Tuffieha is one of the most spectacular unspoiled beaches in Malta Ghajn Tuffieha Bay, sometimes called Riviera, is a beautiful and special sandy beach with it's clay slopes and cliffs located ...
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Gnejna Bay
Gnejna Bay'a rocky part is ideal for swimming, sunbathing and relaxing in the sun Gnejna Bay not only has a beautiful sandy part, but on the right side of the main beach, there is also a stretch of f...
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Hondoq Bay Gozo from the sea
Hondoq ir-Rummien is one of the most beautiful areas in Gozo, with spectacular views of Comino  Hondoq ir-Rummien, meaning Pomegranate Moat in English, is located below Qala on the southern coas...
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The Ramla Bay Gozo
Ramla l-Hamra is a beautiful sandy beach in Gozo with fantastic reddish sand Ramla l-Hamra Bay, meaning Red Beach in Maltese, is Gozo’s largest sandy beach with unique bright orange-red coloure...
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Qbajjar near the salt plans
From Marsalforn to Qbajjar Bay, there are several spots that are ideal for swimming, sunbathing and snorkelling Marsalforn Bay to Qbajjar Bay stretch of coastline offers the possibility of bathing fr...
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Paradise Bay is one of the most popular beaches in Malta due to its natural environment and clear waters Paradise Bay is possibly the most attractive beach in Malta; set within a natural cove, which ...
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Qui si Sana beach and buildings
The rocky shore of Sliema and St. Julian's offers an ideal place to relax, sunbathe and enjoy long afternoons in the sunshine The Sliema to St Julian’s rocky beaches and coastline with its flat...
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Amier Bay and the sea
Armier bay is a sandy beach in the North Malta, offering plenty of space to swim and sunbathe  Armier Bay is a beach situated in a green area known as L-Ahrax in the locality of Mellieha in nort...
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Different beaches in Malta, Gozo and Comino

Attractions - BeachThe Maltese Islands can be described as a sea, sun and fundestination. And it certainly does not disappoint.

Geology combined with the action of winds and waves, created spectacular inlets and alcoves all around, simply choose is you like rocky, pebbly or sandy beaches!

The coast, especially the north eastern side of Malta, is dotted with pockets of bays that range from sandy beaches such as Mellieha Bay to pebbly and rocky beaches such as St. Paul's Bay.

Some bays are easily accessible by public transportation, while others are more remote, and enjoy quiet and more romantic atmospheres.

You can find several activities on the different beaches, varying from windsurfing, boat trips, jet skiing and fantastic diving. Choose between rocky and pebbly beaches found almost everywhere to the beautiful sandy beaches in the North of Malta!

On the larger and more popular beaches you can find cafes and even restaurants, open during the summer season which in Malta lasts approximately from April-October.

Blue Flag and Beaches of Fine Quality in Malta

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Up until recently, one could freely organize BBQs on the beach. But some local councils have banned this privilege in an attempt to obtain the Blue Flag or the Beach of Quality status.

These eco-labels enhance the quality of the beaches and their facilities, making sure that the beach is clean, secure and accessible to all.

In Malta, St. George’s Bay and Bugibba have the Blue Flag award, while Mellieha Bay and Golden Bay have obtained the Beach of Quality status.

Other beaches are being upgraded continually to safeguard the aesthetics and the ecological value of the sites.