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Armier Bay

Armier Bay

Armier Bays location is very far in the north - it is the northernmost beach in Malta. Despite that it is very well visited in the summer. The water is crystal blue and the beach sand is white and fine.

There are several kiosks and restaurant/cafes around the beach. Opposite to the beach one can see the small island of Comino and the sister island Gozo.

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