St Peter’s Pool is one of the best bathing spots of Malta. It is located in the south-east of the island, in the middle of the Delimara peninsula not far from the fishing village of Marshxlokk, and is a kind of natural pool set among the rocks with a lovely green water.
There is no sand, but the rocks are smooth and flat and offer a comfortable location for sunbathing. The “pool” forms a small cave beneath rocks and the great depth of the water allows you to dive safely also from considerable heights. And this is definitely the favourite activity for visitors of the place!
And I did it too, of course:
It’s not easy to get to St Peter’s Pool unless you have a car or a scooter. It’s possible to arrive by bus to Marshxlokk or at the roundabout where Triq Delimara road begins, and from there, take a walk that will not last less than 25-30 minutes. The indication for St Peter’s Pool is located exactly at the chimney of Delimara power station, where there is a large car park very convenient for those who do have their own transport. Luckily St Peter’s Pool is sheltered from view of the enormous power so you can have fun and completely relax yourself. And while you are swimming in the beautiful green waters of the pool it could happen to find yourself surrounded by thousands of