Balluta Bay lies on a long stretch of rocky coastline that goes from Qui-si-Sana in Sliema all the way to St. Julian's and you can find a small space with sand in front of the famous Balluta Church.
This coastline is thronged with sunbathers during the peak summer months as it is surrounded by a lot of hotels, restaurants and accommodation.
The favourite beach areas are the Tigne area, Qui si-Sana, Għar id-Dud, the Exiles and Fond Għadir.
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How can you get to Balluta Bay?
Bus Stop: Ballutta
Route 13- Valletta - Caghaq
Route 212 - Sliema - Bugibba
Route N13 - Valletta - San Giljan
Route TD2 - Airport - San Giljan
Route TD11 - Bugibba - Marsaxlokk
Route X2 - Airport - San Giljan
Beaches close to Balluta
The area of Sliema pools is one of the most visited places in Malta, most of the people usually go there due to the great central location. It is an amazing and unusual place built on the rocky coast of Sliema
Exiles Bay is a small piece of sandy beach, close to the famous Independence Garden. Rocky and sandy beach combine in a lovely area to swim and to enjoy a wonderful view of St. Julians coast.