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Mellieha Bay

Mellieha Bay

Mellieha Bay is located on the outskirts of Mellieha and hosts one of the largest sandy-beach stretches of Malta. The bay is very beautiful and very wide. From the beach, one can enjoy a very beautiful view over the sea and on Mellieha itself.

Several kiosks, Snack-bars, cafes and restaurants are scattered around the place.

In the bay itself, services are offered: boat rides and rental, Jet skis, Surfing equipment etc. A diving school can also be found. In the autumn/winter and on particularly windy days it is common to see many wind-surfers and kite-surfing in this bay. The wind and the waves are simply wonderful.

The beach is clean and the sand is very beautiful. Sun-beds and umbrellas can be rented on site.

The bay is very often jam-packed in summer, particularly on weekends.

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