Baħrija is a small rural village in Rabat, Malta, with a population that is growing. The name Baħrija means moth in Maltese. It is also known in English as Baħria, of which the Counts Moscati had owned the fiefdom that was granted by the Grand Master of Malta.
Close to Bahrija are Mgarr, Mdina and Rabat. But also close are Fomm-ir-Rih Bay, Gnejna Bay and Ghajn Tuffieha.