Get ready to explore Malta’s hidden gems accessible by kayak. Not only does kayaking give you great freedom of movement but It also allows you to discover picturesque and unseen locations. Here are a few of our favourite spots. Enjoy!
This pebbly beach lies near Bahrija and is the most isolated and wildest beach in Malta. Very famous among divers and snorkelers here you can enjoy crystal clear blue waters and amazing views.
Fomm Ir-Rih by Alan Agius
Located at Marfa Ridge overlooking Mellieha this tiny beach is one of the most secluded spots in Malta.
Slugs Beach by Leslie Vella
In Malta’s sister island, Gozo, precisely in the village of Ghasri lies this valley very popular with divers, scouring the mysterious underwater caves.
Wied Il-Ghasri by Panoramio.com
A secluded and sandy beach in the area of Selmun this spot is super popular for bathing in its crystal clear waters.
Mgiebah Bay by My Guide Malta
St Paul’s Islands and Rdum il-Biez
The St Paul’s Islands are a significant part of the Maltese history offering stunning views of our island. While heading there you can head left and enjoy the secluded area of Rdum il-Biez.
St Paul's Islands by Mercury Holidays
Rdum il-Biez by Leslie Vella
In the limits of Kalkara, this location is a throwback to Maltese History. While you’re paddling, you can enjoy breathtaking views of our capital city, Valletta.
Fort Ricasoli by FolkestoneJack's Tracks
Coral Lagoon Mellieha:
Situated near Armier Bay in Mellieha, the Coral Lagoon exhibits crystal clear water. Numerous divers and snorkelers visit this spot to explore the underwater caves.
Coral Lagoon by Jasmine Azzopardi
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