Type of Beach

Sliema Pools is a rocky beach.


You can find toilets in restaurants


Perfect beach for snorkeling


Sliema has many eateries available


Sliema offers beautiful sunset photography opportunities

Rocky Beach

Sliema Pools is a rocky beach

How can you get to Sliema Pools?

Bus Stop: Ghadir

Route 13- Valletta - Caghaq

Route 13A- Valletta - Pembroke P+R
Route 14- Valletta - Pembroke P+R
 Route 16 - Valletta - Swieqi

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Route 110 - Marsa P+R - Pembroke P+R

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Route 202- Rabat - Sliema

Route 212 - Sliema - Bugibba

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Route 225 - Sliema - Ghajn Tuffieha

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Route 233- Mater Dei - Swieqi

Route N13 - Valletta - San Giljan

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Route TD2 - Airport - San Giljan

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Route TD11 - Bugibba - Marsaxlokk

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Route X2 - Airport - San Giljan

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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.

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