The beach itself is a mix of golden sand and smooth moonscape-style rock ledges. The sea offers turquoise shallows with great snorkelling around the rocks, while boats exploring Malta’s hidden bays from the sea often moor up just outside the swimming area. The beach is fairly quiet and generally popular with locals rather than tourists. However, the secret is out and recent summer’s have seen more visitors taking on the challenge of finding the bay.
There are absolutely no facilities at Selmun Bay, except for the occasional roaming beach vendor. There are no toilets or other facilities.. The car park is literally just the cliff top with seriously uneven ground that can result in cars getting stuck if you end up in the wrong spot, while the trip down to the beach is via a meandering cliff path – this is back to basics beach trip!
A great beach if you can overcome the accessibility issue. Access by sea would be the best way to get large set-ups and catering equipment in
Bus station: Gharbiel