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Sliema

Sliema

Sliema offers some swimming possibilities. The majority of the coast consists of rocks; however there are also small areas with sand. It is not an excellent beach; however it serves its purpose. Many tourists come for a short sun bath here.

Kiosks, cafes and restaurants are scattered along the promenade above the shore.

The promenade surrounds the entire coast of Sliema.

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