Facts About Marsaskala
Marsaskala (M'Skala, Maltese: Wied il-G?ajn), sometimes spelt Marsascala (M'Scala), is a sea-side village in the South Eastern Region of Malta that has grown around the small harbour at the head of Marsaskala Bay, a long narrow inlet also known as Marsaskala Creek. The bay is sheltered to the north by Ras i?-?onqor, the south-east corner of Malta, and to the south by the headland of Ras il-G?ira.
The parish church is dedicated to Sant Anna (St. Anne) and St. Anne's feast is celebrated at the end of July in Marsaskala.
The town has a winter population of 12,134 people (as of March 2014), but swells to around 20,000 in summer.