Mellieha Bay Hotels

Mellieha Bay Hotels

If relaxing on fine sandy beaches is your holiday preference, then you owe yourself a trip down to Mellieha Bay. Malta's largest beach is by no means the busiest on the island and offers a more tranquil setting for soaking up the sun than some of the island's more well-known destinations. The town itself offers a picturesque setting for exploration, with great local shops and restaurants. If you're looking to unwind then Mellieha Bay is the place for you. Take a look through our list of amazing hotel deals and find the one that's perfect for you.

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db Seabank Resort & Spa

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Mellieha Bay , Malta

Departing 13 Jun '15, sharing, All Inclusive, 7 nights, from London Luton

Was £695.00 pp

Now £660.00 pp

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Ramla Bay Resort

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Mellieha Bay , Malta

Departing 10 Jul '15, sharing, Bed & Breakfast, 4 nights, from Liverpool John Lennon

Was £304.00 pp

Now £288.50 pp

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Ramla Bay Resort

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Mellieha Bay , Malta

Departing 10 Jul '15, sharing, Bed & Breakfast, 4 nights, from Liverpool John Lennon

Was £323.00 pp

Now £306.50 pp

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Was £30.00 Now from only £28.00 per person per night

Ramla Bay Resort

 
Malta, Mellieha Bay
Ramla Bay Resort Ramla Bay Resort

Overview

Ramla Bay Resort is a four star complex situated in a quiet, tranquil and secluded peninsula on the northern coast of Malta and overlooking Gozo and Comino. This magnificent complex offers its guest comprehensive facilities and luxurious rooms, ideal for a unique and joyful beach holiday. The hotel itself is designed as a resort and offers fantastic All-Inclusive packages.

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Was £68.00 Now from only £64.00 per person per night

db Seabank Resort & Spa

 
Malta, Mellieha Bay
db Seabank Resort & Spa db Seabank Resort & Spa

Overview

The db Seabank Resort & Spa is 30 metres from the beach in Mellieha Bay at the northern end of the island. The hotel has its own spa with a variety of beauty and wellness treatments. The resort is quiet and reletively under-developed. There are a number of shops, bars and restaurants spread out along the bay. Mellieha Bay has one of Malta`s few sandy beaches which is also the longest, and is kept ...