Saint Peter’s Pool is a small cove situated in the Delimara peninsula in Marsaxlokk. Its original name is Il-Kalanka tal-Qâli, and is renowned for its pool shape and crystal clear blue waters. The area is very popular for cliff diving, due to the deep waters and cliffs of varying heights.
Saint Paul’s Tower is a defensive tower, often referred to as Ta’ Bettina Tower or Delimara Tower. It is adjacent to the Chapel of Saint Paul’s Shipwreck. A notable feature of the tower is the “gallariji tal-misħun”, small openings around the tower’s upper floors designed for throwing projectiles or boiling
Saint Paul’s Chapel is a small rural chapel along the road from Xrobb l-Għaġin and Munxar Point. It overlooks an area full of scenic viewpoints and is adjacent to Saint’ Paul’s Tower. Records show that the chapel was built in 1740.