A look around the summer: the most beautiful beaches on the island of Malta

Posted by on November 13, 2012

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There are not too many beaches in Malta, there are only six. But if you’re planning a summer vacation on the island of Malta you have to remember the 5 names of these 5 places: they are the most beautiful beaches of the island, those that cannot be missed at all. Learning English in Malta is an experience you will never forget, as the English teaching standards are very high and language students have such a wide range of leisure facilities in which they can practice their English as well. Malta is a country that offers everything, from beaches to the perfectly warm sun; they also have good English languages schools like Maltalingua, which is very affordable comparing it with other countries. Enough with Malta now, let’s just focus on the beaches that the country has:

Malta

Malta

Ghajn Tuffieha is a beach that is located near the Golden Bay (it is well-known and popular), but it has a greater peace of mind because it requires the descent of 180 steps to reach the sand. Dwejra is located on the island of Gozo, perfectly placed between the Inland Sea (an idyllic lagoon) and the rock formation known as the Azure Window.

Ghajn Tuffieha

Ghajn Tuffieha

The small island of Gozo lies a short distance from the most famous Malta, which also belongs together in Comino, Cominotto and Filfola. These places are not really well known, but it seems that they have interesting attractions.

Gozo, Malta

Gozo, Malta

One of these might be called the white cliffs of Gozo: we are in front of white cliffs that plunge into a completely vertical sea waters that are dark and deep. In the locality of Id-Dwejra it is also possible to see (from the top or from the boats engaged with the tour) a small rock arch, which – given the considerable height – is not recommended to dive.

The beach Imgiebah in Mgiebah Bay (very strange the names that have these places in Malta!), It is a remote gem that escapes the desire of tourists.

Imgiebah, Malta

Imgiebah, Malta

Ramla il-Hamra is named after the Maltese red sand: a beach that is quite busy but it’s worth a visit to admire the dunes and the bamboo plants that surround it. Last stop is the Paradise Bay, a beach that is located in the northern part of the island of Malta: there are many young people that run around and party into the night!

Malta – Paradise Bay

Malta – Paradise Bay

Photo 1: sommertho, Photo 2: albireo2006, Photo  3: DimitriPros, Photo 4: leslievella64, Photo 5: *DaniGanz*

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