With its beautiful marina, golden beach, stylish restaurants, and famous clubbing scene, the picturesque bay of St. Julian's offers you a glamorous Mediterranean beach holiday. This small town located on the east corner of Malta, close to the cosmopolitan resort of Sliema, unifies the ethos of a quaint fishing village and popular tourist resort.
Relax during the day, and party throughout the night at Paceville, on your St Julian’s holidays, with the nearby islands of Gozo and Comino providing a sense of adventure. Harbours, bays and shopping facilities are sure to appease families and groups of all kinds; St Julian’s is full of diversity, adventure and culture.
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Your guide to St Julians holidays
Blessed by a simply stunning marina and a vibrant and exciting nightlife scene, the alluring seaside resort of St. Julian's offers an endless array of opportunities for those setting foot on the Maltese coast. Whatever it is you come in search of in Malta, there are countless things to do in St. Julian’s that will satisfy your vision of your holiday on the idyllic island. If you’re intrigued by the history and culture of the area you can easily delve into Malta’s 7000-year history, beach lovers will find a sunbathing haven across the various rocky bays (Spinola, Balluta Bay and Exiles Bay - watch out for the rocks, though!), while revellers will happily dive into the atmospheric nightlife of St. Julian’s.
The beaches here are mostly rocky but there is a golden, sandy Blue Flag beach at St. George's Bay. Generally the beaches in St.Julian's and its bays, Spinola, Balutta and Exiles, are popular for snorkelling and swimming. The flat rocks are perfect for sunbathing, as if they were deposited there by nature for exactly that purpose.
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