A POPULAR TOWN ON THE EAST COAST

Plenty of activities here

St Julian's Malta

It’s a small but busy area that covers four different districts – all within a few minutes’ walk of each other. So you can enjoy traditional Maltese cooking at waterfront restaurants in Spinola Bay, then move across to nearby Paceville for the buzziest nightlife on the island with some superb restaurants.

There are shops across the board, plus a little beach with a rare patch of sand. St Julian’s was once a small fishing village but over the years has developed into a busy resort with a marina, cafés, bar, nightlife and shopping.  It is one of Malta’s main coastal towns and the small bay, still used by fisherman, has small colourful fishing boats bobbing around.

There are many upmarket hotels in St Julian’s and Prestige Holidays offers the best. The Hilton Malta and the family friendly Westin Dragonara Resort, both five star hotels on the coast, close to all facilities, both in great locations.

Nightlife

There is a good selection of bars and discos in St Julian’s to suit every taste  from piano bars to sports bars, to waterfront chill out bars to karaoke bars, St Julian’s has them all.  But for even more choice into the small hours, head to nearby Paceville, which comes to life after dark and even offers open-air clubs.

Days Out

Why not visit Valetta, it is one of the smallest most concentrated historic areas in the world. The magnificent city of Valetta grew on the Mount Sceberras peninsula, which rises steeply from two deep harbours, Marsamxett and Grand Harbour. It is a lovely city to explore on foot, apart from historical sites you will also find quaint shops and cafés, perfect for people watching, and the main streets of Valetta are lined with larger more well known shops. There is plenty to keep you busy in this lively city.