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The Sliema and St Julian’s coastline hosts sunbathers during the peak summer months. From Qui-si-Sana in Sliema to Balluta Bay in St Julian’s, is one long stretch of rocky shore. The promenade is popular for long walks and for a snack or good meal, day and night, while enjoying the shoreline. The sea is deep, but generally clean, clear and safe to swim.

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Rocky beach

The rocky shore of Sliema and St. Julian’s offers an ideal place to relax, sunbathe and enjoy long afternoons in the sunshine. The Sliema to St Julian’s rocky beaches and coastline with its flat rocks is a very popular place to swim and sunbathe during summer and tends to get crowded in certain areas.

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Tigne beach

Tigne beach is a small rocky part of the Sliema coast, between Point bridge in Sliema Ferries promenade and the Fort Tigne. Apart from the most spectacular view toward Valletta city walls, it is the main sailing out point for the yacht and smaller ships, departing from the nearest marinas, towards the open sea.

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