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    • 3 days ago
    • Bob C

    Yes your right Tony, there is a bus, route 101 from Mellieha or Golden Sands.

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    • 3 days ago
    • Malcolm Cole

    Tony
    Just looked on line, well can't disagree with you looks absolutely stunning, I can see why you want to keep it low profile !
    Enjoy

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    • 4 days ago
    • Tony Tidswell

    Hi Malcolm, yes I did spend a couple of days on the beach, and now that it won't cause a sudden rush spoiling my stay I can confirm that the beach is Gnejna Bay, easily enough to find on Sat nav or maps, there is a bus that goes there too but I don't know the details.

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    • 1 week ago
    • Malcolm Cole

    Hello Tony TIdswell
    Well are you in Malta and enjoying your beach and Cisk ! !
    Hope you are enjoying if there
    Regards
    Malcolm

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • mounirdz

    nice

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    • 1 month ago
    • viv

    Derek and Tony, yes, we're all on the same beach! Nice walks either way and the coffee at the snack bar is lovely. Just wish the loo was a bit better, but at least there is one available!

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    • 1 month ago
    • Tony Tidswell

    That sounds like the one Derek, don't tell everyone though, well not at least until after I've been there in three weeks.

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    • 1 month ago
    • DEREK JAMES BEVAN

    Tony. I think that I stumbled across your beach last October when I hired a car for the first time, there was a car park with a nice gentleman parking the cars, a lot of Maltese seem to have shelters there in caves . I think.

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    • 1 month ago
    • Malcolm Cole

    Go om Tony spill the beans where is is it ?
    You know already that I will not be visiting this wonderful island this year :(

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    • 1 month ago
    • Tony Tidswell

    My first experience of 'my' beach (I wish it was mine) was 15 years ago when a Maltese told me about it as it was used b the Natives. There were only a hand full of people on the beach and not even a street sign saying where it was, and he made me swear not to tell anyone. He must have told a few tourists about it as now there is even a car park and a snack bar and other traders. Not quite the same but still look forward to visiting it. SHHHhhh don't tell anyone.

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    • 1 month ago
    • Audrey Mason

    Hi Viv and Tony, I've had years of going away in the school holidays and latterly for years taking our granddaughter but she's all grown up now and has other more important things going on in her life now I guess.
    On our walking adventures on the Greek Islands we stumbled on brilliant soft sand beaches.
    Anyway Tony do enjoy the solitude and soft sand as long as you can.
    Viv have fun again in Malta.
    From my point of view I'd really like to think the fountains and seats are put back so that we can once again watch the world go by after a day filled with mini adventures.
    Looking forward to toasting Ollie in The Pub too.

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    • 1 month ago
    • viv

    Tony, you always put a smile on my face keeping 'your beach' a secret; I know where it is and I like it being empty too! We sat there for over an hour in March before people started to arrive.
    Audrey, isn't it lovely to go out of school holiday time? I had 30 years of them! We're going on 5th September and staying in Qawra. Got an apartment this time as we couldn't get the hotel we love staying in as it was fully booked until October.

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    • 1 month ago
    • Tony Tidswell

    Audrey, I'll tell you where the beach is after I've been there in a few weeks but before you go, I mean I don't want everyone taking up the space now do I? Stuck with the school holidays for a while, as my wife works in a school.

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    • 1 month ago
    • Mónika

    Fire?

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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