This is Malta's largest and most popular beach. It's great for small children as the water is very shallow and the sand is great for sandcastles!! It has lots or beach kiosks and sunbeds, but the downside is that it gets very very busy. Get there by taking the 212 bus. Its not far.
The biggest sandy beach in the whole Island only 3 bus stop away from you or you can reach with 20 minutes comfortable walk.
One of the best beaches on the island but be warned, it can get really busy during peak season.
Mellieha and the surrounding north area has lots of scenery to explore and clear crystal blue waters in which to swim and relax. The north of Malta enjoys open spaces and lots of places to visit and explore.
“The privately owned collection of mint-condition vehicles (cars and motorbikes) includes plenty of 1950s and '60s British- and Italian-made classics, plus vintage jukeboxes and memorabilia from these eras to get you in the mood.”
“Absolutely breath taking views at this sandy beach which is a 10 minute drive away from the premises. Around 20 mins by bus. ”
“This Roman Catholic Church is also referred to as the Rotunda of Mosta or the Mosta Dome. It was designed by Maltese architect Giorgo Grognet de Vassé during the 1830’s, and built upon the site of a previous church. The church’s striking dome is the third largest unsupported dome in Europe, and the ninth largest in the world. Gronget de Vassé’s inspiration for the church stemmed from the Pantheon in Rome, specifically the style of the main portico, Ionic columns, and the massive, central dome.”