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St. Julian’s is a popular tourist destination found on the northern coast of Malta and is conveniently located a few miles west of Valetta, Malta’s capital city. St. Julian’s is known as the centre of Maltese nightlife and when on holiday here you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to looking for somewhere to spend your night partying.
This resort is popular with couples and groups of travellers who want to have a fun, active holiday. If a bustling nightlife scene, good food and constant entertainment is your idea of the perfect holiday, St. Julians is the destination for you! The town is also home to a beautiful manmade beach for those who love spending the day relaxing by the sea.
This resort attracts a relatively young crowd as it is the island’s nightlife capital, best suited to young couples and groups of friends. For those who are past their party days, we recommend staying in the close by capital of Valletta.
Flights from Dublin and Cork operate up to seven days a week during the summer season, with an approximate flight time of 3-hours and 50-minutes from Dublin.
To learn more about things to do in St Julians, the best time to go and local info see here.
This resort is home to incredible nightlife, with a wide range of bars and nightclubs in the area. For the best nightlife in St. Julian’s, be sure to visit Paceville!
There are many fantastic restaurant’s serving fresh seafood and Mediterranean cuisine.
A snorkelling/scuba diving excursion is a great way to spend a day out with the entire family.
St George’s Bay is St. Julian’s main beach. It is a stunning man-made beach with golden sand and is the only beach in the area that is suitable for swimming.
Bay Street shopping complex in Paceville has plenty of fashion stores and restaurants to choose from.
St. Julian’s is a popular tourist destination year-round due to the country’s Mediterranean climate and the large number of English schools in the area. To enjoy the warmest temperatures that the island experiences and buzzing atmosphere on your St. Julian’s holiday, we recommend visiting during the summer season.
Euro is the currency used in Malta.
Malta is an hour ahead of Ireland.
From Malta airport it is a 15-minute drive to reach St Julian’s. As this is a relatively small resort the most popular way to get around is by foot.