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    • 2 hours ago
    • Malcolm Cole

    Very good Tony "wearing work boots" no flip flops will suffice my friend and hire of sun beds so do not have to sit on the "grit"
    Have a good day

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    • 2 days ago
    • Tony Tidswell

    Sorry Malcolm you're out numbered, the beach is nothing but GRIT, although I agree the sea is FINE. Sure you don't wear working boots whilst walking on this beach? :-)

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    • 5 days ago
    • Malcolm Cole

    Ah lads the beach isn't that bad, good for swimming been on this beach many times over the years and enjoyed it !

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • DEREK JAMES BEVAN

    Aye Tony. They don't match the beaches of the north east coast miles and miles of golden sand, just a bit nippy though.

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    • 1 month ago
    • Tony Tidswell

    sejo16, We went there last year and as you say the 'sand' is no more than 'grit' it is so uncomfortable to walk on or lie on, so much so that we will never visit it again, We know many other sandy beaches on Malta and Gozo so they will get our custom. So much looking forward to August.

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    • 1 month ago
    • sej016

    It's not actually a very nice beach. It's only when you get on it that you realise that it is not sand, but ground granite pieces about a third the size of a pea....... quite rough.

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    • 1 month ago
    • Daiof38sqdn

    A word of caution regarding the rush to plunge into the beautiful clear waters that bless Malta. Please seek the best advice available, regarding the 'Jelly Fish' risk. Certain wind directions, at certain times of the year, can bring an invasion of Jelly Fish, that will confine you to bathing in the hotel swimming pools.
    Believe me, the species involved, have long trailing tenderils, and, are constantly changing their depth.
    60 years ago, this young fool, serving with the RAF based at Luqa, was introduced to some lovely isolated bathing locations. Finishing work at mid-day, we used to rush off to these beautiful locations - storming to the ever so familiar diving point- then, plunge! One particular day, the Jelly Fish had commandeered the bay - we were un-invited guests. Noone died, but, the stings were extensive and painful. As A1G1Z1 individuals, I believe we were lucky. ( Military Medical Grading of Individuals.) It did require individuals to assist their comrades in distress.
    Don't ever find yourself in a shoal of Jelly Fish. If you in one. Shout for Help - stay where you are.

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    • 2 months ago
    • alan slade

    hi Derek I come from one of the best beach resort towns in UK Weymouth that's a very good one but not hot enough for me like Malta its lovely and warm

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    • 2 months ago
    • DEREK JAMES BEVAN

    Alan.it is a problem that comes with a beach resort.

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    • 2 months ago
    • alan slade

    that's better Derek it was really a bad advert for Malta

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    • 2 months ago
    • DEREK JAMES BEVAN

    Alan , it's clean now.

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    • 3 months ago
    • alan slade

    slipping up Malta not a very advert crying out for a really tidy up on this beach

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    • 3 months ago
    • David Peplow

    We used to enjoy having barbecues on the flat rock just to the right (as you look out to sea) of the beach at Gnejna Bay in the mid 70s. It was completely undeveloped and quiet back then, not many tourists as it was more difficult to locate and get to than the more popular beaches further to the north and east of the island. Best sandy beach of all though, to us, was Ramla Bay on Gozo.

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    • 4 months ago
    • Tony Tidswell

    Will everyone please stop saying how wonderful Gnejna bay is, I don't want it too crowded next time I go there. The first time I went there was nothing there apart from proper sand and sea, about half a dozen 'natives'. Now there are about 50 people, a proper car park costing 1 Euro (he doesn't charge me now) food/ice cream; Sun loungers and parasols, oh and the toilets could do with a cleaning.

St. George's Beach, St. Julian's - Malta

This small but so stunning beach in St. Julian's (San Ġiljan) belongs to St. George's Bay (Bajja ta' San Ġorġ) situated in the heart of the Mediterranean.

Well known in the whole island for being in the center of Paceville, the nightlife capital of Malta, and Pembroke, this so charming and golden beach gives us the unique chance to relax in summer sun, it is perfect for swimming, even till evening while enjoying a social life and having fun with a number of exciting opportunities. Restaurants, pubs, night-clubs, discos are scattered everywhere and all within a short walking distance, a brilliant atmosphere is offered by day and night, flocks of dancing people, especially younger ones, are attracted by music and fun till sunrise...

Panoramic views of extraordinary beauty and exceptionally warm water make St. George's Bay a paradise for recreational and water activities, moreover it still keeps its traditional features of a fishing town, it will be very easy to see a number of fishing vessels and fishermen on the docks but St. George’s Bay was not always so popular and attractive as one of the most visited Maltese holiday destinations, it saw positive development over the years thanks to the growth of the tourist offer rich today in resorts, entertainment centers, luxurious hotels, high quality restaurants, discos and casinos, shopping centers all within easy reach of the golden St. George's beach, recently also a Blue Flag beach and rightly considered one of the most beautiful beaches of Malta; after all, dining in fine restaurants or in outdoor terraces overlooking the whole bay terraces for a romantic rendez-vous, enjoying superb sunrises or being present at a magnificent sunshine will be really a great experience!

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