Your Easy Guide to Malta

Incredible photos capture Mellieha’s beauty at night


Malta has some of the most gorgeous churches in Europe – and Mellieha Sanctuary is one of them.

The town’s parish church almost resembles a Disney fairytale castle at night, especially when the floodlights are switched on when the sun goes down.

These breathtaking pictures by professional drone photographer Fritz Grimm at Malta Landscape Photography capture the beauty of Mellieha in all its glory, with incredible views across Mellieha Bay to Marfa Ridge, Comino and Gozo.

You could argue the town by night is even more stunning than it is in the daytime.

Mellieha’s parish church dominates the skyline
The heart of Mellieha is floodlit at night
Mellieha looks good from every angle as the sun goes down

Want to know more about Mellieha?

Mellieha is a fantastic place to be no matter the time of the year.

The town has a year-round summer feel to it, from the huge beach at Mellieha Bay to the amazing views across Marfa Ridge to Comino and Gozo.

Mellieha is one of Malta’s most beautiful towns

The resort is ideal for those wanting to stay in a more relaxed place, but close enough to the busier tourist areas such as Bugibba and Qawra if you fancy a visit now and then.

Home to one of the biggest sandy beaches in Malta, Mellieha Bay is a ideal for a family holiday.

The soft sandy beach is lined with shallow, clear water where children can play safely.

You can see Comino and Gozo on a clear day from Mellieha

Although Mellieha has pretty much anything you could need with some great restaurants and hotels, there are some equally fantastic places nearby if you feel like exploring.

The sandy beaches at Golden Bay and Riviera Bay are a 10 minute drive away, Popeye Village at Anchor Bay is literally around the corner – and there are regular buses to Cirkewwa where you can catch the ferry over to the island of Gozo.

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