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Għajn Tuffieħa Bay

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October 15, 2018
#3 on my top beach list (there are ten billion steps to get down to it - which is fine if you want to skip your workout the day you go there)
October 15, 2019
10 minutes walk from Golden Bay another awesome beach.
September 7, 2019
One of the favourite beaches with sunset views ;)
March 1, 2017
The ultimate place to swim
December 18, 2019
Tucked in between Golden Bay and Gnejna Bay is the smaller and quieter sandy beach, Ghajn Tuffieha. The long stairway down to the beach makes it not the easiest to reach, but it is certainly well-worth the climb down. There is a sunbed rental and a small snack bar.
December 15, 2019
There’s a good reason why Malta’s northern beaches are award winners. But all the summer sun they provide us with makes us underestimate what they’ve got in store for us when Mr. Blue Sky waves goodbye. Riviera Bay is nestled between Ġnejna Bay and Għajn Tuffieħa, making you feel like you’ve rubbed…

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History Museum
“The Catacombs of St. Paul comprise an underground Roman necropolis dating back to the 4th century AD. Romans deemed it unclean to bury the deceased within city limits, so this catacomb complex was most likely used as the final resting place for the dead from surrounding cities like Mdina. Descending into the tombs may send a chill up your spine as your eyes dart toward the loculi (wall recesses). Some are small, others large to accommodate the corpses of children and adults. Numerous family crypts have also been discovered. There is room for about 1,000 bodies in total.”
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Natural Feature
“The largest sandy beach on the Maltese Islands. Bus route from Birkirkara is 49”
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