Situated on Malta’s breathtaking North coast, St Paul’s Bay is one of Malta’s largest seaside towns. Originally a fishing village, the area is known for its promenade stretching all the way to Qawra, and offers spectacular views of St Paul’s Island, where the Apostle is said to have been shipwrecked in 60 AD.
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The bay’s coast is dotted with a number of rocky bathing spots, ideal for swimming as well as snorkeling.
The largest beach in the area is Ta’ Fra Ben. A sheltered rocky beach, it offers excellent deep sea swimming as well as a shallow naturally-formed rock pool. The nearby Perched Beach is sandy and extremely family friendly. Like Ta’ Fra Ben, it is a Blue Flag Beach, ensuring high standards of cleanliness and services. For those craving a more secluded bathing experience, Imġiebaħ, on the way to Mellieħa, is a tiny unspoilt sandy beach in a cove surrounded by rocky hills.
A charming locality and the ideal place to test the Maltese waters, a dip in St Paul’s Bay is a must!
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