Best beaches in Malta

Sand, sea and serenity – Malta’s collection of beautiful beaches are endless. Join us as we count down the best beaches for you to visit in the charming islands.

Ramla Bay Beach, Xagħra

A sun trap located on the north west coast of Gozo, the Ramla Bay Beach holds a bed of uniquely red-coloured sand which you won’t want to miss. The luscious clear water is irresistible, so make sure to dip in for a swim.

The Blue Lagoon Beach, Comino

The Blue Lagoon Beach really does live up to its name, with its crystal blue waters making it impossible not to get that perfect holiday snapshot. The must-see beach also features boat cruises, a great activity allowing you to soak in the true beauty of the Maltese archipelago.

Little Armier Beach, Mellieha

If the locals love it, you know you will too. Take a step away from the tourist attractions and visit this quaint, peaceful beach. The best spot for catching a tan without the hustle and bustle of the public.

Golden Bay Beach, Mellieha

Also located on the north east of Malta, the Golden Bay Beach is a no-frills beach, situated within the island’s charming coastal countryside. Make sure to stay here until the evening, as this is the our favourite beach to witness the dazzling Maltese sunset.

Mellieha Bay Beach, Mellieha

A fantastic 800m in length, Mellieha Bay Beach is a spacious shore with alluring turquoise waters only ankle depth for 50m, making it a fantastic spot for family fun with little ones. Water sports enthusiasts can find facilities here to experience the waves of the Mediterranean Sea.


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Ghajn Tuffieha Bay Beach, Mellieha

The gem beach of Malta, escape the crowds and sunbathe in tranquillity at Ghajn Tuffieha Bay. The seafront’s rural surroundings not only create a picturesque view but boasts peace and quiet so the only sound you can hear is the subtle crash of the waves.

Which of these beaches floats your boat? Let us know in the comments!

Written on 30th November 2021 by

Catherine Tansey

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