St Julian’s has become one of the most popular resorts on the island for holidaymakers with its vast number of activities and attractions. Once a small fishing village, St Julian’s has grown in size due to the influx of holidaymakers eager to experience all St Julian’s has to offer. A relatively new development, the St Julian’s coast line is now populated with the largest number of luxury hotels on the island stretching across several bays.
During the days most people on a St Julian’s Holiday found themselves drawn to the many lidos and beach clubs along the coastline which allow easy access to the crystal clear waters surrounding Malta as well as offering the opportunity of trying out some water sports. Most of the seashore is rocky but there is a small sandy beach at St Georges Bay.
Culture lovers are also taken care of in St Julian’s with one of Malta’s most famous attractions – the walled city that makes up its capital Valletta, just a short journey away and is well worth a visit.
For those looking for exciting evening entertainment whilst on holiday St Julian’s doesn’t disappoint, there are a host of restaurants and bars populating the seafront while the connecting town of Paceville offers a range of nightclubs popular with the young at heart. For those wanting to test their luck while on holiday, St Julian’s also offers one of Malta’s most popular Casinos.
The climate is typically Mediterranean, similar to that of Southern Italy or Southern Greece. In the summer there is up 12 hours of sunshine a day.
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