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Crystal clear water and beautiful surroundings. Nice contrast between the blue water and the yellow cliffs. If you love taking pictures, this is the place to be. There are some curious rock formations too. Don't just go to the pool, but also take a walk...More
St. Peter’s Pool is a natural swimming pool with crystal clear blue-green waters. Unfortunately I went to St. Peter’s Pool on a bank holiday so the place was completely packed with locals and tourists altogether. When not too busy I assume it is a lovely...More
We choose to go here after visiting Marsaxlokk as it was close by. The road there is of an interesting quality but well worth the drive. The views were amazing and plenty to explore. Would definitely recommend.
This is a short walk from the car park down a steep rocky cliff path, however the walk is worth it. There is no beach to lay your towel on, only the rock surfaces. If you have a blanket or roll mat this would make...More
We walked up to St Peters pool, which is really just a small inlet. Nice in the November sun, but can imagine it horrible in peak season. Water a bit choppy, not much room to swim around and you lie on the limestone so a...More
We visited as part of a six hour catamaran cruise. We were very surprised to see how crowded and hectic it was. Tons of party boats pull up here, there's food concession stands etc. It was fine as part of our cruise, but we would...More
I am afraid, i don't.
please note that it's not a ferry its small traditional local fishing boats.
there where 4-5 different "companies" in the harbour.
Lucy Brown is at the far end of the harbour/bay towards the sea.