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Beautiful, Quiet And Calm Bay

Small Sandy Beaches In Malta Away From The Crowds

Part Two

Armier Bay during summer

It is a favorite because it offers...

Armier Bay Quality: The bay is kept clean all the time.

Beach Facilities: There is a restaurant called Ray's Lido which serves the smaller bay. It is open all year round and offers good food as well as beach facilities including from sunbeds, umbrellas and water sports.

The Baia Beach Club is located between the two bays at the sea's.

Getting there: By car it is very easy. Proceed to the village of Mellieha, go to Ghadira Bay and straight on until you reach the top of the hill where you see signs indicating, right to the ferry boat and to the left for Armier bay.

Sign to Armier Bay

Public transport:

The summer schedule route 41 & 42 directly from Valletta

Stop at Qammieh, 5 minutes away from the bay

Parking: Spacious parking areas are available for each bay and there should not be any problem to find parking areas are full.

Persons with less mobility: Since the beaches are adjacent to the narrow road arriving at the beach, there should be locations where one access the sandy beach with minimal help.

Rest rooms: Public rest room are not available but the restaurants provide adequate rest rooms for the public.

Warning: No specific warnings except that there can be swells coming inwards to the sandy beach due to the open sea in front of the bays.

Beach furniture: You can easily rent sunbeds and deckchairs from the two beach clubs or else bring your own.

Bar-b-ques: They are allowed on the beach without the necessity of any permit. If there will be more than 15 persons a permit is to be sought from the Mellieha local council. It is recommended to book early.

Camps: Not allowed on the sandy beach.

Closest village: Xaghra village is close by and and slightly further up the village of Qala.

Cultural attractions: Grand Master Martin de Redin built a watch tower in 1658 to improve the defense of the Maltese coast. It is also known as the White Tower which has a Pill Box dating back to the time of the British Services. It was used during World War ll for the defense of the Malta's airspace from Italian and German war plane attacks.

The Vendome battery built by the Knights of Malta is located on the side of the larger bay.

Enjoy your time at Armier bay.

Armier White Tower

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