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St Peter's Pool : ici pas de sable doré, mais une eau bleu cristalline à couper le souffle !

St Peter's Pool : ici pas de sable doré, mais une eau bleu cristalline à couper le souffle !

St Peter’s pool is situated south of Malta, in the Delimara area.  This swimming spot is the perfect example of an unspoiled beach and an excellent place for snorkelling.  It is suggestively called a pool because it looks like a natural swimming pool carved into the rocks. One may walk pass this ‘pool’ and passing some rocks will find another beautiful area for swimming which is usually less busy.  This could easily earn the title of the best kept secret on the Maltese islands.

St Peter’s pool is situated south of Malta, in the Delimara area. This swimming spot is the perfect example of an unspoiled beach and an excellent place for snorkelling. It is suggestively called a pool because it looks like a natural swimming pool carved into the rocks. One may walk pass this ‘pool’ and passing some rocks will find another beautiful area for swimming which is usually less busy. This could easily earn the title of the best kept secret on the Maltese islands.

Aerial Photography - Aerial of Blue Lagoon, Comino, Malta

Aerial Photography - Aerial of Blue Lagoon, Comino, Malta

This is Comino, the tiny island off the tip of Italy's boot in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea

Stop Everything: We've Found Paradise

This is Comino, the tiny island off the tip of Italy's boot in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea

Malta,Delimara Saint Peters Pool.

Malta,Delimara Saint Peters Pool.

Malta Saint Peters Pool Delimara.

Malta Saint Peters Pool Delimara.

The coastline of Malta, Gozo and Comino stretches for 200km offering a range of harbours and anchorages so that a visit here allows you to lazily cruise and explore the islands. Whether visiting the islands with your own yacht or chartering a superyacht in Malta the area gives you a chance to explore ancient Europe while enjoying great diving and swimming in turquoise waters. Click the pin to see our 7 day superyacht itinerary.

The coastline of Malta, Gozo and Comino stretches for 200km offering a range of harbours and anchorages so that a visit here allows you to lazily cruise and explore the islands. Whether visiting the islands with your own yacht or chartering a superyacht in Malta the area gives you a chance to explore ancient Europe while enjoying great diving and swimming in turquoise waters. Click the pin to see our 7 day superyacht itinerary.

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