Set around the two gorgeous bays of Spinola and Balluta, lies the former fishing village and today’s top most resort in Malta- St. Julian’s . Holidays all inclusive in St. Julian’s are popular with travellers of all ages, be it couples, singles, youngsters or families. With plenty of attractive options for accommodation and an incredible choice of restaurants; all inclusive St’ Julian’s is the perfect place to relax and unwind. A relaxing and peaceful break with the livelier Paceville and Sliema to either side of the resort, makes St. Julian’s the ideal choice.
Though Malta isn’t that much into beaches, but on cheap all inclusive holidays in St. Julian’s you’ll find a small blue flag beach at St’ George’s bay just 10 minutes from Spinola Bay. Due to its small size and monopoly, the beach is crowded pretty much of the time. If you’re in for some adventure and sightseeing, you can also take a day trip to the island’s capital Valletta, which is half an hour’s drive away. Valletta has plenty to offer you when it comes to history and culture. The place has been declared a UNESCO site due to the outstanding Grand Master’s palace and the magnificent 16th century cathedral.
Just a few kilometres from St. Julian’s , the resort of Paceville is considered as the party centre of Malta. Come evening and there’s plenty to do on holidays in St. Julian’s , you’ll find plenty of places to cater to all tastes. In the neighbouring Paceville, you’ll find all sorts of bars, pubs, nightclubs, piano bars, karaoke bars, trance clubs, discos etc. While in St. Julian’s you’ll find the more sophisticated cafes, restaurants and bars. The nightlife in St. Julian’s is more up market as compared to its lively neighbour.
When to go:
With the resort remaining open all throughout the year, we can safely say that any time is a good time to visit St. Julian’s . Summers on St. Julian’s holidays are dry and hot, guaranteeing plenty of outdoor beach activities, sunbathing and swimming. Though, summers are the peak season for holidays in St. Julian’s but other seasons too like autumn and spring are ideal for visiting the resort. During July and August the mercury rises to 30°C, making the weather ideal for water sports and swimming, while the autumn sees temperatures around the mid-twenties and the water is pretty comfortable for swimming that time too. So, while planning a holiday to St. Julian’s , weather is no issue.
Map of St. Julian’s , Malta
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