Explore the caves of Malta or dive into the clear blue waters of Pretty Bay, holidays to Birzebbuga convey adventure while also locating you next to the sun-drenched beach where you can catch some rays and enjoy the Mediterranean sunshine. Located on Malta’s south-eastern coast and between two folds of land, Burzebbuga sits upon the bay, a traditional seaside town from where you can watch the boats surging into port or relax on the beach with a crisply shaken cocktail. Oodles of history and culture await you on your Birzebbuga holidays having evolved from its early days as a fishing village; this seaside town has slowly grown over the years and very much in proportion to Malta Freeport, the only hub in the Mediterranean with two berths. Furthermore, Pretty Bay is one of the largest beaches in Malta as well as having both rocky and sandy parts where a number of water sport activities are held.
There’s nowhere quite as historical in Malta as Ghar Dalam, that’s because this cavernous rock formation provides the earliest evidence of human life in Malta, with artefacts that date back over 7,400 years. A real sense of intrigue hits you as you step into the cave, incredible loops of rock have formed a burrow into the rocky surface of Malta’s coast, where bone remains of animals sheltering themselves from the onset of the ice age have been unearthed and dated back to this significant era in the planet’s history, making for a truly unique holidays in Birzebbuga. Birzebbuga isn’t just for the history buffs and culture vultures, however, water sports at the beach as well as parameters for a sand-strewn football pitch allow for some seaside entertainment, perfect for those looking to get their hearts pumping on the beach. With Malta being relatively small and easy to traverse, it’s possible to head away from the coast and head in land towards Attard. Here you will find the outstanding architectural and preserved beauty of Villa Bologna, as well as being able to shop for souvenirs in the M4 Shopping Complex. If you fancy travelling a little further afield, heading to Gozo will allow you to marvel in some of the outstanding beauty of Malta as you travel through the country, as well as being able to ferry on over to Gozo itself, a small island that is famous for its natural beauty and blissful bays. No matter what you decide to do during your Birzebbuga holidays, you’ll undoubtedly come back thoroughly refreshed, having delved into the culture and ethos Malta has been able to maintain.