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When: You might want to visit Bugibba in the late spring when the weather is already easily warm enough for swimming in the sea and relaxing on the beach but when its not too sweltering to prevent you from doing too much else!
Where: Enjoy nights out in Il Bajja and the Triq il Turisti where you'll meet lots of other revellers. There's also the possibility of visiting Valletta, the island's capital where you'll see fine baroque palaces and a number of fine museums and galleries.
Why: Bugibba is a lovely spot for a few days in the sun. With temperatures in the high twenties Celsius during the spring months, it is a great spot to head to in order to get some tanning in before the summer!
When: Why not head out in June or July for some truly stunning weather, with temperatures regularly above 30ºC?
Where: Enjoy a lazy few days on the Bugibba Perched beach. There are excellent swimming conditions here and there are some great water sports facilities. You'll also get the opportunity of experiencing the nightlife of the town in full swing!
Why: Because Bugibba offers wonderful climates and some fantastic nightlife possibilities. Accommodation is relatively cheap and there are plenty of good fast food restaurants and decent bars.
When: Try to avoid the peak summer months if you're looking for a romantic time away. The late spring and early autumn offer stunning climates and fewer crowds. You'll also find the accommodation much cheaper.
Where: Try taking a Turkish gullet cruise around the coast and to the neighbouring islands. This is a really romantic way of spending a few days and offers some fantastic Mediterranean vistas.
Why: Because the Mediterranean is one of the most romantic destinations anywhere in the world. Its stunning, clear blue waters and spectacular climate make it an excellent destination for a couple's holiday.
When: The midsummer heat can be a bit much for younger children. If you can, try visiting in the kids' easter holidays when the weather is already warm enough for swimming in the sea and the place is much less crowded.
Where: There are a number of PADI certified diving centres in town offering instruction and excursions for divers of all levels of experience.
Why: The whole family will enjoy learning to dive in Malta. There are a number of reef systems as well as shipwrecks lying just off the coast and the brightly coloured fish are a really stunning sight.