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I love swimming but did not love my visit here. A taxi dropped us off in the parking lot above St. Peter's Pool and we walked down the steep pathway. You can also get here by boat from Marsaxlokk, which would save you the climb...More
We walked there, so it was fun jumping off the "cliffs" and cooling down. If you drive there, know that there is plenty of free parking at the official "entrance", so do not follow the spray painted signs to someone's pay parking in their yard.
St Peter's pool is certainly worth the walk up the hill. Make sure you walk because the views from up on the hill over the Marsaxlokk Habour are beautiful. There markers that lead you to the pool and the water temperature is amazing. Just remember...More
Booked on the spot along the pier. Went out to St. Peter's Pool, saw the bunkers in the cliff-side on the way. Saw people jumping into the water. Saw someone doing a slack line. Had a good time. Could have stayed at the pool and...More
What an awesome sight. The water was so clear and a lovely blue colour. If you enjoy swimming this is a great place where you can also jump into the pool. Lovely views and while we had a car and drove there, one can also...More
I was sceptical about whether or not St Peter's pool would be a waste of time or not. However, I'm glad I took the time to visit and observe people diving in to the water and general having a good time. I was too nervous...More
A lovely little cove, which would be perfect if it weren't for the litter. A fair walk from Marsaxlokk village, and the final approach is steep and uneven. The under 6s and over 60s will struggle with the terrain.
We walked from Marsaxlokk via the uphill rubbly track from the harbour road. Not an unpleasant walk. We visited late on a warm Monday afternoon.
Pleased we walked as I would not have paid to park (no where else in anywhere we travelled in Malta...More
I am afraid, i don't.
please note that it's not a ferry its small traditional local fishing boats.
there where 4-5 different "companies" in the harbour.
Lucy Brown is at the far end of the harbour/bay towards the sea.