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Rocky Beaches Sliema to St. Julian's

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 rocks is a very popular place to swim and sunbathe during summer and tends to get crowded in certain areas. However since this coastline is so long, you can always find a less busy spot to relax on with steps and handrails placed along the shore to allow easy access to the water. The coastline between Sliema and St. Julian’s offers great swimming and snorkelling in beautiful deep blue and clear waters, and is a great spot for beginner divers.

For more convenience certain spots along the coast have beach clubs or lidos, where sun-beds, water sports and basic facilities are available. The most popular beaches and beech clubs are the Tigne' area, Qui si-Sana, Ghar id-Dud, Exiles, Surfside and Fond Ghadir. These are lively and trendy places to be in the afternoons.

The entire coast road between Sliema and St Julian’s has several hotels, restaurants, shops and cafes so walking on the elevated promenade just above the beaches is popular all year round. Walking on the Sliema promenade in winter when the waves smash on the coast below is truly spectacular.

East-Malta Torri Road, Sliema, Malta Rocks Food/Drink stands - yes Chair/Umbrella rental - yes Restroom - yes Water sport rental - no Lifeguard - no Recommended for children - yes
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Qui si Sana beach and buildings Buildings from Qui si Sana belvedere Hotels and fortizza from Qui si Sana Qui si Sana beach and the sea Qui si Sana beach from the belvedere Qui si Sana beach from the promenade View from the Qui si Sana's belvedere

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  • Lazyfairy the August 31, 2011 at 14:4

    Great to have a swim or sunbathe right after a long day in the office!