A Luxurious stay at St. Paul’s Bay
With picturesque coves, the bright Mediterranean Sea and beautiful hilltop countryside, St. Paul's Bay is perfect for Malta holidays. Enjoy the tranquillity of this quiet coast while still being within walking distance of lively Bugibba and Qawra. The quiet and traditional village of St. Paul's has a charming harbour and some great restaurants. Family friendly activities are a huge attraction on St. Paul’s holidays, with water sports topping many holidaymakers’ wish lists. You’re spoilt for choice in this superb location, take advantage of the developments in Bugibba and thriving atmosphere in Qawra whilst appreciating a natural hidden paradise in the northern countryside.
Things to Do in St. Paul's Bay
If you're planning a stay in St. Paul's Bay and are wondering what you can get up to, loveholidays.com have come up with some of the attractions to visit on Malta holidays.
Discover the Delights
Of all the resorts on the island of Malta, St. Paul’s Bay is possibly the most serene and alluring to those looking for a quieter destination. The natural splendour is pervasive in the town, and many are initially attracted to the Golden Sands Beach for understandable reasons. The open stretch consists of the holidaymaker’s archetypal vision of paradise. Golden by name, golden by nature, the bright sand is there to dig your toes in to, with blue seas to dip them in when the Mediterranean climate gets a bit much. Alternatively you can always retreat to one of our 4-star hotels or trendy apartments located nearby if you’ve forgotten your sun tan lotion! The many scuba diving centres will satisfy your cravings to get away from the land and get among the unknown. Frequented by families in search of discovery, the Scubatech Diving Centre and New Dimension Scuba allow an invigorating and exciting visit to the deep sea, catering for both beginners and experts of all ages looking for stimulating things to do. Holidays to St. Paul’s Bay provide a welcomed contrast to Malta’s party towns such as Paceville. The balance is perfect for those looking for a mixture of events. Similar to Mellieha, holidays in St. Paul’s are sprinkled with bars and restaurants with a calm atmosphere. The odd British pub pops up here and there too for those feeling a little homesick. There are plenty of restaurants serving native cuisine for those eager to grasp the Mediterranean way, such as Ta’ Bertu and L’Artista, with alternatives coming in the way of Italian and Greek food. Those in search of romance must visit Damiano’s in the early evening, where you can watch the sun setting over the vast sea of St. Paul’s Bay.