A small but bustling town on the east coast of Malta, St Julian’s holidays offer vibrant nightlife combined with the old-world charm of a fishing village. Divided into four districts, St Julian’s is popular with students from local language schools and tourists of all ages. Its diverse local culture includes sleepy Maltese restaurants, a rare sandy beach, lidos, pubs, clubs and a wide range of shops.
Paceville is the island’s top spot for clubs – it’s a lively area where you’ll be able to dance the night away, kick back to some reggae or jazz, or down a few beers with friends. Elsewhere, there’s a lovely promenade and lots of quiet streets where you can go for a wander away from the main hub. Spinola Bay features Richard England’s famous ‘LOVE’ monument, while the rest of the town is a mix of historic Maltese architecture and more contemporary buildings. Holidays to St Julian’s are great for families, young travellers and older tourists alike.
Relax in the bays
Balluta, St George’s and Spinola Bays are all great for sunbathing on the sands and unwinding next to the gentle ebb and flow of the waves.
The Bay Street Shopping Complex is a great stretch for those who like to do a bit of holiday shopping, with lots of different retail outlets, including big international brands, as well as dining options.
Listen to live music
As well as having quite a few nightclubs, St Julian’s also boasts a good range of music bars that host live gigs, playing everything from jazz to reggae.