25 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
The biggest sandy beach in the whole Island only 3 bus stop away from you or you can reach with 20 minutes comfortable walk.
Mellieha Bay is a sandy beach in Mellieha with crystal clear blue waters. Armier Bay sandy beachis the most popular beach in Malta and perfect for children!
One of the best beaches on the island but be warned, it can get really busy during peak season.
Mellieha and the surrounding north area has lots of scenery to explore and clear crystal blue waters in which to swim and relax. The north of Malta enjoys open spaces and lots of places to visit and explore.
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