On the Mediterranean island of Malta, when the temperature reaches 40 °C, locals and tourists are faced with a dilemma – where are we going today, beaches or rocky beaches?
Although the hotel's swimming pool is full of tourists bathing and sunning, the beaches of Malta are still the main attractions of marine lovers.
According to some people, going to the beach and enjoying yourself has a potential negative impact. No matter how hard you try to wash your face and scrub, microscopic spots will inevitably flow out of your body for several days in a row.
If possible, try cleaning the interior of the car afterwards. Ouch. Even so, people can enjoy the cushioning effect of the beach when they are sunbathing. Let us face it, what better way to let the children take up countless beach time.
Malta's beaches are often small, hidden in hard-to-reach sheltered coves, but there are also some large beaches where people of all sizes gather in ice cream suppliers, parasol forests and fast food restaurants. Ghadira Bay, Ghajn Tuffieha Bay, Golden Beach, Paradise Cove, Pretty Bay and Armier Bay offer Malta's main beaches, while Xlendi Bay, Marsalforn and the spectacular Ramla l-Hamra wave on Gozo. There are also two beaches on the island of Comino – Santa Maria Bay and St. Nicklau Bay.
The demand for beaches has been so strong that the Maltese authorities are also wise – and have achieved considerable success in St. George's Bay and Bugibba – starting a perch beach project aimed at expanding some of the smaller beaches and transforming into The sandy beaches of the rocky coast concentrate on meeting the demand.
As I said, taking a few weeks of sand from your orifice may not be a cup of tea for everyone. But for those who love them, Malta has enough beaches to perfect your holiday.
Although the beach is not Malta's largest natural resource, there are still many beaches to choose from, most of which are located in the north of Malta and a pair on the island of Gozo. If you are renting a house or taking a bus, it is best to travel to northern Malta. Others, such as St. George's Bay, are more centrally located. Your best bet is to check out a map to see which one is closest to you!
But for those who are not too keen on the sand in each gap, Malta has a rich supply of rocky beaches. These places where littering on the island are ideal for daily swims, trailers and relaxation, without worrying that sand will enter your ears.
Of course, this is a matter of preference, the plight of beaches and rocky beaches, ruining the choice of tourists to Malta. Some of the top rock beaches in Malta are Anchor Bay, Ghar Lapsi, Marsascala Bay, Marsaxlokk Bay, Mistra Bay, Salina Bay, St Thomas Bay, St Paul 's Bay and Sliema sea front.
There are also great rocky beaches in Marsalforn Bay and Xlendi Bay on Gozo Island, and in the Central Sea between Malta and Gozo, the strange, barren island of Comino, is owned by its blue lagoon. Perhaps the clearest sea. Rocky beach anywhere in the Mediterranean. Most rocky beaches have great showers, dining and leisure facilities. If you can't build a sand castle, you can rent a boat and water ski, and some top diving clubs start operating from the rocky coast at very reasonable prices.
In the evening, go back there and watch the angler catch some interesting fish from the place where you are swimming a few hours ago. This is a happy thing. Next up is the late night barbecue party, with a thick beer and enough food to feed the group. This is a scene that is completely different from the daytime, a scene that openly determines the rhythm of the Mediterranean life – allegro andante. It's hard to switch back to the other rhythms you left… if you can remember it.
Although sand may not be the strength of Malta, rock is something we have. Therefore, finding a rocky beach is usually as simple as stepping on the front door. Most of Malta's coastline is open to the public, and it is often found that in summer, almost every available rock outcrop swims. Please note any warning signs that may exist. And a sharp point.