A nice day in Mellieha Bay, Malta!


Do you know a better remedy to relax after a stressful day spent at home than going out and having a walk at the seaside?
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We decide to go out, with no destination, but almost immediately the idea delights us … let’s go to Mellieha beach!. This is the largest sandy beach in Malta, nestled in a bay also known as Ghadira Bay, reacheable through the road leading to Cirkewwa (where you take the ferry to go to Gozo).

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As soon as we arrive, since it’s March, we realize the beach is almost deserted, few people walked or lying on the sand to relax. In summer, this beach is full of tourists and locals, there are establishments that offer sun beds and umbrellas for a fee, but between a plant and the other is the public beach, open to everybody with no additional cost.
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So here you can find bars, restaurants and public services. The beach is supervised by life guards and the sea is safe for children of all ages thanks to low water for about a hundred meters from the shore.
At night, this becomes the favorite place fro teenagers who make barbecue under the stars, singing songs with a guitar together with the sound of the sea, good occasion to meet new people.
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Crystal clear water, fine sand and sunshine give the right note to a pleasant holiday but also in winter the charm of this place gives us the right boost.
If you too are thinking of visiting Malta and its beaches, Cocco on the road suggest you to stay at the apartments of our friend Cristina who can be contacted for any information either by email at bacris82@gmail.com and at http://www.criholiday.com.
Keep Calm and Visit Malta, good trip to everybody!












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