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St. Paul’s Bay is a holiday resort on Malta’s Northern Coastline and neighbours the resorts of Bugibba and Qawra, two very popular holiday towns which offer plenty to do and see. As this resort was once a small fishing village, this charming characteristic can still be seen today, adding to its beauty.
Although St Paul’s Bay is relatively small, there are still things to see and do in the area to keep you busy on your holiday. Wignacourt tower is the oldest surviving tower in Malta and has been standing since 1610. A popular tourist attraction with those who visit, is a trip to Comino’s iconic Blue Lagoon from the harbour at St. Paul’s Bay.
St Paul’s Bay is quieter than neighbouring resort’s of Qawra and Bugibba, perfect for older couples and families who would like to have a relaxing holiday while being close to plenty of amenities.
Flights from Dublin and Cork operate to Malta up to seven days a week during summer. The average flight time from Dublin is 3 hours and 50 minutes.
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St Paul’s Bay and its neighbouring resorts have a range of bars and clubs to spend the night in! For the best nightlife in Malta, take a trip to St. Julian’s.
St Paul’s Bay is home to many high-quality restaurants offering a range of cuisine to suit all budgets. The most popular cuisine in the area is Mediterranean and seafood so be sure to try some while on your St. Paul’s holiday!
There are several golden sand manmade beaches in St. Paul’s Bay and its neighbouring resorts, perfect for a day of relaxing and soaking up the sun!
There are many local stores around St. Paul’s Bay selling souvenirs and summer attire.
Every year at the end of July St. Paul’s Bay hosts a traditional Maltese festival to celebrate Our Lady of Sorrows. During this festival you will see firework displays, band marches and religious processions taking place.
The island of Malta experiences a Mediterranean climate therefore any time of the year is a good time to visit St. Pauls Bay. However, if you like to holiday during the hottest time of the year, the summer months are ideal. From June to August temperatures average in the thirties and there is little to no rain fall.
Euro is the currency used in Malta.
St Paul’s Bay is an hour ahead of Ireland.
From Malta airport it is a 50-minute journey by car to St. Pauls Bay. We recommend car rental if you would like to spend your holiday exploring the island of Malta!