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Bays of the day: Mgarr ix-Xini and Ghar Lapsi amongst the 20 best beaches to swim at TODAY
These safe beaches are likely free from jellyfish, rough sea, and debris.

Kim Vella

Gearing up for your first swim of the weekend but not sure which of Malta's bays to visit?  

Local weather page Maltese Islands Weather took to social media to inform its readers of the best bays around Malta and Gozo to visit today, Friday 5th August, so you don't have to look very far!   

This helps avoid the heartbreaking moment of getting to a bay only to realise that it’s way too rough or, worse yet, infested with jellies!  

The recommended bays “are based on changes in wind, wave, and currents; along with reports from the general public”.  

These are today’s recommended bays:

  • Mellieha
  • Imgiebah
  • Mistra Bay
  • St. Paul's Bay
  • Qawra
  • St. George's Bay
  • Rinella Bay
  • Marsaskala
  • St. Thomas Bay
  • Hofriet
  • Marsaxlokk
  • Pretty Bay
  • Wied iz-Zurrieq
  • Ghar Lapsi
  • Qbajjar
  • Marsalforn
  • Ramla Bay
  • Mgarr ix-Xini
  • Xlendi
  • Dwejra Inland Sea 

This does not mean that only these beaches are 'safe'. 

These are the bays deemed ‘unsafe’ today:

  • Marfa
  • Ramla l-Bir
  • Little Armier
  • Armier Bay
  • Bahar ic-Caghaq
  • Sliema
  • Fomm ir-Rih
  • Gnejna Bay
  • Ghajn Tuffieha
  • Golden Bay
  • Anchor Bay
  • Paradise Bay
  • Wied il-Ghasri
  • Xwejni Bay
  • San Blas Bay
  • Dahlet Qorrot
  • Hondoq ir-Rummien
  • Dwejra

Will you be catching some vitamin sea this fine Friday? 

Maltese Islands Weather/ Facebook

5th August 2022

Kim Vella
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Kim Vella
A highly curious explorer always looking to find her next adventure. Kim loves sharing her experiences and what's happening on the Maltese Islands. When not writing, you’ll probably find her playing around with some clay or somewhere surrounded by trees. She's always up for listening to people's stories about anything to do with nature, a passion project or issue you feel needs tending to.

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