Ramla Bay and its beach are situated in a fertile vale in the northern part of Gozo island. The name of the bay is translated from Maltese language as “red sandy beach”.
Ramla Bay has a wide clean beach of reddish and golden sand. It is located in the zone with reach historic heritage. In their surroundings the ruins of a luxurious roman villa can be found.
The beach is surrounded by green hills and caves providing the fascinating landscapes. In the western part of the beach Calypso cave is situated – according to a legend, it was here where Odyssey was kept in captivity by nymph Calypso during 7 years before he returned home. Also a statue of Virgin Mary erected in the year 1881 can be seen on the beach.
Ramla Bay beach is well-conditioned and offers numerous services to make your rest comfortable. You can rent umbrellas and deckchairs and have a snack or a refreshing drink in a kiosk. The lovers of active rest can practice waterskiing or banana boating. The water is very clear that will be appreciated by the fans of snorkeling.