It could be worse.
Qawra Point forms part of the promenade which stretches all the way from Salina Bay to St. Paul’s Bay. The rocky shore faces open water and sits close to the town of Qawra and Bugibba, two of the most touristic areas in this part of Malta. Qawra in particular is lined with hotels and resorts.
Most of the shore here is rocky, and because it is mostly flat surfaced, it attracts sunbathers all summer long. Being so close to the town of Qawra, the area is easily accessible by car. Kiosks and basic amenities are easily found here.