Malta: Discover the amazing natural beach of Qawra


The town of Qawra on Malta is a year-round destination of lively summers followed by quieter winters. 

There’s a huge amount to do in – and near – this purpose-built resort and the Soreda Hotel’s traditional Maltese feel means a warm welcome alongside excellent four-star facilities and all-inclusive packages.


Rooms are spacious with en-suite bathrooms, climate control, satellite TV, mini bar coming as standard features. All rooms have a balcony or terrace offering some great views over the surrounding area. Family rooms offer even better value. The whole family will be glad to know that they can log on to free Wi-Fi.


The Soreda Hotel will be a great base for your Maltese adventure, whether you’re sizzling under the sun in the summer or enjoying a break from northern European winters during the relative warmth of the Mediterranean winter. While there a facilities for disabled guests at the Soreda Hotel, its location means it may not be suitable for guests with mobility problems.

You’ll love the gym at the Soreda Hotel, which is a very high quality and equipped with the newest equipment. Spa facilities include a Jacuzzi and sauna. The pool is on the roof, adding great views over the village whilst you cool off in the refreshingly cool water.

Value hunters will spot the all-inclusive deals that include all of your meals and a bar open from 11 am to 11 pm.


Qawra is part of a trio of resorts around St Paul’s Bay. Next door is Bugibba, which is the liveliest and loudest of the three. You also have easy access to St Paul’s Bay village. 


Although the shores here are mostly rocky, Qawra has a small artificial sandy beach. If lounging around isn’t your style, the relative lack of sands is no barrier to a lively water sports scene as well great cruises which you can enjoy on a day-long trip. 


The nearby casinos are a great attraction of the Soreda Hotel, but the hotel itself is no gamble, offering great quality and a good pedigree in one of Malta’s favourite resorts. 

Seven nights from £226pp Flights included. Book here.

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