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Mellieha Bay

25 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Gyorgy
Gyorgy
October 15, 2019
The biggest sandy beach in the whole Island only 3 bus stop away from you or you can reach with 20 minutes comfortable walk.
Jeanette
Jeanette
June 8, 2019
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!
Josette
Josette
January 9, 2020
Swimming & Sunbathing and eating lots of snacks and ice-creams
Chris
Chris
February 12, 2020
One of the best beaches on the island but be warned, it can get really busy during peak season.
George
George
January 8, 2020
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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Museum
“The privately owned collection of mint-condition vehicles (cars and motorbikes) includes plenty of 1950s and '60s British- and Italian-made classics, plus vintage jukeboxes and memorabilia from these eras to get you in the mood.”
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Beach Bar
“If you simply want to relax at the beach, I recommend you go towards the north of Malta and visit Riveria or Golden bay as my favorites or else Mellieha bay. ”
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Church
“This Roman Catholic Church is also referred to as the Rotunda of Mosta or the Mosta Dome. It was designed by Maltese architect Giorgo Grognet de Vassé during the 1830’s, and built upon the site of a previous church. The church’s striking dome is the third largest unsupported dome in Europe, and the ninth largest in the world. Gronget de Vassé’s inspiration for the church stemmed from the Pantheon in Rome, specifically the style of the main portico, Ionic columns, and the massive, central dome.”
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