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Blissful Birzebbuga Holidays

Known for its particularly picturesque bay, this ever-growing seaside resort has been a favourite of many a holidaymaker in recent years – and it’s not hard to see why. Whether you’re heading to Malta to focus on its captivating history or you’re just looking for a place to laze around and soak up some sunshine, there are more than enough reasons to jet off on Birzebbuga holidays. What’s more, you’ll uncover some spectacular beaches on your travels – so if you don’t fancy lingering over cocktails at the poolside in one of this destination’s excellent hotels, there are numerous spaces to land your beach towel.

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Waters Edge Hotel
Waters Edge Hotel

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At a glance

  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: English
  • Time Zone: GMT +1
  • Average flight time: 3h 40m

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Historic Charm

If you’re a seasoned culture vulture, you’re bound to be attracted to the colourful history of this part of Malta. Within the village, you’ll find the most iconic attractions in the form of the church and the Ramla ta Birzebbuga, a small bay known for its idyllic surroundings and serene natural beauty. Without a doubt, this spot is a must-see for your Birzebbuga holidays, and a perfect space to enjoy a leisurely walk. If you’re seeking something more adventurous however, there is nothing quite like the unique experience of exploring the Ghar Dalam Cave on your holidays to Birzebbuga. Located just outside the village itself, it has been hailed as one of the most important palaeontological sites in Malta, and explored in 1865, later served as an air raid shelter in World War Two. The museum is well worth a visit – especially if you’re holidaying with inquisitive youngsters!