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Paradise Bay

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 more than justifies the name. Paradise Bay offers beautiful views of the surrounding rugged landscape, over Malta’s sister Islands Gozo and Comino and over the beautiful green-blue Mediterranean Sea. The actual beach is quite small and has a relaxed feel to it. Paradise Bay also offers excellent and beautiful snorkelling once you swim outside the jellyfish nets, which were installed across the bay to protect bathers, making it safer for the allergic bathers on holiday in Malta.

Paradise Bay tends to get busy during summer so arrive early for a good spot. Beach parties are common on Paradise Bay and the yearly LoveSexy event is held at this beach. The countryside around Paradise Bay is typical to northern Malta and is ideal for hiking and offers lovely scenery. Paradise Bay‘s car park is located on the top of the cliff and a lengthy flight of stairs lead down to the actual beach. If you are arriving to Paradise Bay by bus you have to stop at the bus stop before Cirkewwa and walk the 1 km from the bus stop to the bay.

North-Malta Triq Il-Latnija Mellieha, Malta Sand Food/Drink stands - yes Chair/Umbrella rental - yes Restroom - yes Water sport rental - yes Lifeguard - no Recommended for children - yes
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  • Lazyfairy the August 31, 2011 at 12:21

    Rent a kayak and explore the northern tip of Malta, it's great fun and if you do it just before closing time you will see an amazing sunset behind the rocks