Paradise Bay is situated in Cirkewwa on the North West coast of Malta, one of the most famous areas for scuba diving across the entire Maltese archipelago.
A very quiet area, Paradise Bay is suitable for those who are looking for a quiet holiday escape away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the world. A few shops and restaurants populate the village of Paradise Bay however Marfa is close at hand and over the ridge to Mellieha, a short 3 minute bus journey for those looking for a little more variety.
Paradise Bay is also the departure point for the ferry to Gozo and while on holiday here seeing Malta's sister island is a definite must. With a journey time of only about half an hour you are able to see the completely different culture experience that this smaller greener island has to offer.
The water around Paradise Bay is the most popular for those looking to scuba dive. The coastline is littered with dive sites, and even if you haven’t tried it before the nearby PADI dive school is able to take you on a trial dive which is an incredible way to see some of the Maltese coastline and abundance of marine life.
The climate is typically Mediterranean, similar to that of Southern Italy or Southern Greece. In the summer there is up 12 hours of sunshine a day.
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