Top 5 Secluded (but Beautiful) Malta Beaches You Need To Visit

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Enjoy your swimming away from the throng in these top 5 Secluded Malta Beaches

Walk off the beaten path with ChoiceHolidays and make your way to these quiet and secluded Malta beaches, located across the Maltese Islands. 

1. Għar Lapsi



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With a view over Filfla, Għar Lapsi is a quiet, secluded little bay that leads out into the deep blue sea. This natural swimming pool, surrounded by a large, breathtaking cave-like area, boasts crystal clear waters, perfect for underwater photography.

2. Ġnejna Bay


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One of the most spectacular bays in Malta, Ġnejna Bay, is a mesmerising sandy beach. Ġnejna is known for its unusual clay slopes and limestone cliffs. Situated alongside Golden Bay and Għajn Tuffieħa, Ġnejna offers a less crowded and more reserved spot. Soak in the view of this remarkable bay on a hot summer’s day.

3. Mġarr ix-Xini


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Surrounded by magnificent rocks on both sides of the bay, Mġarr ix-Xini is a beautiful and quaint beach in our sister island, Gozo. This pebbly beach is full of rich marine life and calm clear seas. Mġarr ix-Xini is a wonderful place to spend your day, enjoying scenic views, especially the mesmerising caves nearby. And for those who enjoy a little adventure, the pleasant bay is perfect for snorkelling and rock climbing.

4. Crystal Lagoon


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Only accessible by boat, Crystal Lagoon is just as spectacular as the famous, Blue Lagoon. Crystal Lagoon is the perfect place to spend your day, surrounded by beautiful rock faces. Crystal is the quieter of the two bays, since most people often opt to stop at the more popular bay, Blue Lagoon. The Crystal Lagoon’s emerald green waters can’t be missed.

5. St. Peter’s Pool


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St. Peter’s Pool is relatively hidden away, thanks to its remote location. Although quite challenging to navigate, St Peter’s Pool boasts unspoilt and pleasant surroundings. For those who are more adventurous, this location is also perfect for snorkelling and diving.
Are you in need of a break from overcrowded and noisy beaches? Enjoy the tranquillity that these hidden gems have to offer.
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