The best beaches in Malta

Beaches in Malta: Are you traveling to this beautiful archipelago? Find out which are the favorite beaches of tourists and locals alike.

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Are you going to spend your next vacations in the Mediterranean? Do you feel like a trip filled with discovery that also allows you to relax on the beach? Then your destination is Malta, a jewel that you can travel comfortably around by car. To make sure you don't miss anything, take note of the best beaches in Malta.

Malta's beaches not to be missed

Blue Lagoon

On the island of Comino you will find what is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Malta, as it stands out especially for the blue color of its water. However, getting there will cost you a bit, because you will have to go by boat or directly hire an organized excursion.

If you want to swim and enjoy the water in a spectacular setting, go ahead, but don't expect to be able to sunbathe in peace and quiet. Because the sandy area is tiny, there is barely a bit of rock on which to sit and catch a few rays of sun.

Rambla Bay, one of the best beaches in Malta

It is the largest sandy area in the country and is located in the northern part of the island of Gozo. If the Blue Lagoon beach stood out for its blue water, this one stands out for its reddish sand, which is surrounded by a rocky area and a green area.

It remains in a practically virgin state, so it does not have many services and, as it is off the beaten tourist track, it is usually not too crowded.

Golden Bay 

If the previous one is a rather quiet and unfrequented beach, now we move on to one that is always full of people, because it is one of the biggest tourist attractions of the country, very attractive for its golden sand and deep blue sea. In addition, it is quite long for what you can expect in the Maltese archipelago, and is close to hotels and restaurants.

This beach is located in the west of Malta, near Mellieha. The good thing about Golden Bay is that, even if you are not staying nearby, you can easily get there by car.

Ghadira Bay, one of Malta's most popular beaches

In the north of the country, also near Mellieha, is this popular beach that is usually very crowded in summer, because nearby there are three and four star hotels. It is quite large, although the sandy areas are not very wide, but it allows you to enjoy calm and crystalline waters that turn a refreshing swim into a small unforgettable luxury.

Ghajn Tuffieha Bay

Its name is neither simple nor easy to remember, but if you visit this beach, its image will stay in your mind forever. It is very close to Golden Bay, but it is not as well-known and is much less crowded even in the high season.

The sandy area is rather small, but it has an intense yellow sand that stands out against the almost transparent blue of the sea. And the best thing is that, while sunbathing, you have a spectacular green landscape behind you, which is undoubtedly the best thing about this beach.

Paradise Bay

Despite its small size, it always appears in the lists of Maltese beaches that can’t be missed. In fact, it is a cove reclaimed from the sea that, until not long ago, went more or less unnoticed by tourists, although now that is no longer the case.

It is usually quite crowded and access by car is easy, so it is a good choice for a family beach day enjoying a crystal-clear sea. Although sun loungers can be rented, its small dimensions prevent it from having many more services.

Pretty Bay

This urban beach is located in the south of the country, about 10 kilometers from Valletta in a small municipality with less than 10,000 inhabitants, but thanks to the beauty of its beach it has become a tourist attraction. The good thing about this is that you will find a well-kept beach with a multitude of services and, as it is near the city, you have practically everything you need right next door.

Although it is a good size beach, if the tide is high you may find that its dimensions are significantly reduced.

These are just some of the beaches in Malta that you should not miss, but there are others that are also remarkable, such as Imgiebah Bay, Mellieha Bay or St. Peter's Pool. If you are going to visit the archipelago and you want to be able to move around at your own pace, we will be waiting for you in Malta with a rental car adapted to your needs.

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