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Area (sq km): 320
Population: 398,534
Nationality: Maltese
Local Name: Malta
Language: Maltese,
English
Time Zone: +1 GMT
Currency: 1 euro = 100 cents
Rate: www.xe.com
Capital: Valletta
Dialling Code: +356
Electricity: 240V/50Hz
Internet Code: .mt
Religion: Roman Catholic
Climate: Mediterranean
Government: Republic
Inoculations: None
Driving: Left
Int'l License: Required
Banking: M-F 8.30-12.30
Major Airports: Luga(MLA)

Book villas in Malta, enjoy Malta beaches

Sandy beaches, hidden coves, tranquil bays and watersports are all abundant on Malta beaches. Choose not only from the glorious Malta beaches but explore Gozo beaches and Comino beaches nearby for an off-the-beaten-track adventure from villas in Malta!

Gozo beaches
Gozo beaches

Stunning St Pauls Bay, Malta beaches

The beaches and villas in Malta are plentiful and diverse. St Pauls Bay Malta has a variety of fantastic examples of Malta beaches. The water here is clean and peaceful with gentle waves suited for children. Qawra Point in St Pauls Bay is ideal for snorkelling. Paradise Bay is aptly named and is often considered the finest of the plentiful Malta beaches.

The natural cove that surrounds it provides gorgeous scenery and the beach itself is pristine. Armier Bay is a popular beach destination not only for tourists, but for locals alike. Armier Bay has great amenities and is perfect for families staying in villas in Malta.

Villas in Malta for Mellieha beach

Mellieha is the biggest beach in Malta and offers up loads of watersports and tends to be fairly busy during the peak travelling months of July-September. For a little peace and quiet surrounded by natural beauty do visit Mgiebah Bay. An even more out of the way secluded beach is Fomm Ir-Rih Bay. It’s a hike to get here, but this small beach is worth it.

The Golden Bay beaches are great fun and are lovely. The soft sand and the refreshing water will have you wanting to return to Malta soon. These beaches can get busy too, but along with that comes a concentrated area for watersports, food and drink. Don’t miss St Peter’s Pool and Marsascala for snorkelling in high visibility waters. Book villas in Malta and you will be staying in style near your favourite Malta beaches.

Gozo villas & Ramla Bay

If you fancy a trip away from Malta, Gozo beaches are just as nice and are less crowded. Ramla Bay in Gozo is known for its red sand. Ramla is Gozo’s biggest beach and while it attracts crowds, it is nowhere as busy as the Malta beaches. San Blas is a nice quiet sandy beach perfect for carefree swims.

Marsalforn is picturesque and has fine sand; everything you could want. The beach is great for kids and a wonderful place to snorkel. Rummien is across from Comino Island. It is small, but very good for families to spend a day swimming and snorkelling.

Blue Lagoon on Comino Island

The Blue Lagoon on Comino Island is paradise! Bring a snorkel because you will not want to miss this. Blue Lagoon is perfect for all. It is a shallow sand floor lagoon with gentle water. Santa Maria and St Nicolas are much sought after Comino beaches also.

Comino beaches are made for sitting back and enjoying the sun and sea, while Malta beaches offer the same with larger crowds and more facilities. No matter what you are looking for in your Malta beaches and your villas in Malta, one of the three islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino provide it.

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