BEST SPOTS TO SEE SUNSETS IN MALTA 🌅

Are you a sunset lover? If you answered yes, continue reading. Whether you are in Malta at the moment or thinking of coming to study on the island, this is helpful information for you. The island has many impressive natural places to explore, but not from every place you can see a good sunset. That’s why I have compiled a list of the best 7 spots you can find in Malta to catch a breathtaking sunset.


1. Għajn Tuffieħa


Is one of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the island. You can find this beach on the north-west coast of Malta. A picnic is a perfect plan to enjoy the views and the warm weather. Grab some of your favourite foods and some drinks and have a nice time while you see the sun setting across the bright Mediterranean Sea.

2. Fomm Ir-Riħ


‘Mouth of the wind’ in Maltese. This is a small bay surrounded by white cliffs and a pebble beach. It’s located in the limits of Mgarr, in the Northern Region of Malta. If you want to come to this amazing spot, you will have to prepare your best hiking shoes as it’s not easily accessible by car and you will have to take a short walk to get there. But that’s why this place is special and worth the walk. It’s one of the most unspoiled and quiet places you can find on the island. When you get there you will enjoy the unreal landscape and the views of the majestic cliffs with a beautiful panoramic view of the sunset over the sea.

3. Dingli Cliffs


This is one of Malta's highest points along with Mdina, in the western coast on the island. The cliffs offer some breath-taking views out to the Mediterranean sea, beyond the small, mostly barren and depopulated islet of Fifla. Those who want to catch the ultimate sunset-viewing spot can appreciate one by standing on top of the cliffs or either by taking a boat onto the water; this option may not always be available in winter, depending on the weather. But if you manage to be in the water you will enjoy looking at the cliffs while they absorb the golden glimpse of the setting sun.

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