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Ghar Lapsi Divesite

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April 24, 2018
Ghar Lapsi beach has a natural swimming pool with fantastic azure blue-green waters. Ghar Lapsi in Malta is perfect for snorkelling and diving.
March 11, 2018
Ghar Lapsi is a secluded beach just off Siggiewi, very popular amongst local swimmers and divers Ghar Lapsi beach is a unique and hidden little bay with a view over Filfla, situated around 1 km away from the popular Blue Grotto. Ghar Lapsi and its rocky shoreline form a natural swimming pool with…
February 27, 2018
Nice place to swim. Carmen's a nice fish restaurant which does not look like much but the food is great. The place at the top does good pizza too. You can also walk along the cliffs which is a nice slightly adventurous walk.
September 13, 2011
This is a lovely cove ideal for a tranquil swim, snorkeling and even diving. In Winter, Ghar Lapsi offers a show of force between sea and rock, especially when the winds prevail from the South.

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“Republic Street (Maltese: Triq ir-Repubblika) is a principal street in the capital city of Valletta. is nothing short of an open-air museum. It is a living experience of Baroque architecture.”
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“Always bustling with activity, Pretty bay offers something for everyone including beach sport activities and nearby bars, cafes and kiosks.​ One of the very few beaches located in the Southern region of Malta, in Birzebbugia, this beach has both a rocky area as well as a sandy area. Compared to other beaches in Malta, this bay is by far one of the largest.”
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“In times gone by, nicknamed 'The Gut' by English sailors it is now home to many good restaurants, bars and night clubs. Together with Old Theatre Street it has a concentration of food venues for all tastes and pockets.”
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Natural Feature
“On the coast of southwestern Malta, near the towns of Qrendi and Zurrieg, is the heralded natural wonder, the Blue Grotto. It is not just one, but a entire labyrinth of several sea caverns that provoke awe and wonder in all who see them. The caves were formed from gradual seawater erosion of the natural rock. The Blue Grotto is the largest in the cave complex and is one of the most iconic images of Malta.”
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