The name sounds cheesy and unoriginal. We can agree on that. And who knows how many beaches in the world are named in a way which are somehow linked to paradise. But this small bay has indeed managed to offer experiences of celestial proportions and the waters are so clear, you would really think it must have a touch of paradise. In this article, we will dish out all you need to know about Paradise Bay for your next holiday in Malta.
Where is Paradise Bay located?
Paradise Bay sits on the north-western coastal part of the island of Malta. It sits next to Cirkewwa, which is from where you go and get the Gozo Channel ferry to Malta’s sister island of Gozo.
Read also our guide to the stunning beaches of Gozo: here.
A shrinking beach
Malta is surrounded with beautiful beaches. However, due to aggressive erosion from extremely windy days sometimes leaves beautiful sandy beaches like Paradise Bay, well, with less sand.
In fact, in the last couple of years, the beach in Paradise Bay has shrunk drastically. People who visited the place after a number of years would tell you that the sand area on the beach was actually much larger. That, however, does not mean that you will not be able to enjoy the unique, blue water. It’s just that you will have a less of a ‘sandy’ experience which, while it puts off some, it’s a blessing for others.