Relax on the longest sandy beach on the island
Mellieha Bay holidays could just be the solution to the problem – the problem being you want to go to Malta but are put off by the apparent lack of sandy beaches on the island.
Well yes, Malta does have somewhat of a sandy beach shortage, but here on late deals to Mellieha Bay you will find a fabulous sandy beach nestled on the north east coast that the whole family will love. In fact, it is home to the longest sandy beach on the island and is around a one hour transfer from the airport with easy access into livelier resorts such as Bugibba which are just south across the bay.
Although not a typically lively resort you will find a selection of beach bars and restaurants, ensuring that there will be enough to occupy you in the evenings. You may be tempted to try the local octopus dishes possibly washed down with a glass or two of local wine, but if that doesn't take your fancy then you will always find a good selection of British favourites on the menu to make you feel right at home.
Quick Mellieha Bay Tips
The currency used on Mellieha Bay holidays is the Euro
Holders of a valid UK passport do not need a visa to take holidays to Mellieha Bay
Transfers from the airport on Malta at Luqa, to Mellieha Bay take approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes
Malta has two official languages, both Maltese and English, with English widely spoken on Mellieha Bay holidays.
A wonderful family destination
The hotel choice for last minute holidays to Mellieha Bay is pretty limited for such a sought-after area, – the hotels that are here are of a good standard with most offering wonderful sea views. Spend your days lapping up the rays on the sun trap of a beach where a year round climate can be enjoyed and where during the peak of the summer season temperatures can be expected to reach 35ºC, making it perfect for that much-needed break away in more relaxing climes.
You will find swimming in the sea on your late deals to Mellieha Bay nice and safe for all the family and discover a good selection of water sports including the usual suspects – banana boats, pedalos and snorkelling. Meanwhile, back on land there is a selection of tourist shops so you can stock up on your holiday essentials and buy gifts for those back home unfortunate enough not to be with you in the holiday haven that is Mellieha Bay! Book late deals to Mellieha Bay online here at Latedeals.co.uk.
Top Places To Visit
Valletta Flea Market
Every Sunday the flea market comes to Valletta in the south east of the island. Join the hustle and bustle as you grab your bargains and holiday souvenirs.
Hop on a ferry and sail over to the tiny island of Comino located between Gozo and Malta. Comino has a very enticing Blue Lagoon perfect for a leisurely swim, snorkel or scuba dive.