Wied il-Għasri (Għasri Valley) is a secluded inlet with a tiny pebbly beach wedged between high impressive cliffs that winds its way through Għasri between Żebbuġ and Ġordan Hill and flows into the sea.
It’s a gorgeously picturesque place for country walks and bike rides, especially in winter and spring. A staircase cut into the rock leading down to the tiny shingle beach at the head of the inlet, also makes it a haven for those who seek a quiet swimming area. Additionally it is very popular with divers who like to explore the surrounding underwater caves. Conversely it is best avoided in rough weather as the waves come crashing up the narrow defile.
Interestingly, close to the shore, where the valley meets the sea, one can find a cave with a shaft going up to the top of the steep cliffs. This was used to to bring up sea water in buckets pulled up by ropes, to fill the neighbouring saltpans.