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Bugibba

Bugibba

What can Bugibba offer and how to get there?

Both cities, Bugibba and Qawra, are directly linked to each other. The cities developed together into one another. One can hardly recognize where Qawra begins and Bugibba ends.

The bay hardly offers sandy beaches, on the contrary is very rocky.

In some places the rocks are flattened out, in order to offer some sun bathing possibilities. It is not the best of comfort, but serves its purpose. In several places small ladders lead directly into the sea, in some other places one can even jump directly in the sea. On the promenade above the coast and the seaside itself are many kiosks. Prices are reasonable.

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