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St Julians holidays

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Destination St Julian's is an attractive and vibrant town on the East Coast of Malta. It makes a great destination for young groups of friends but is also well suited to family holidays and romantic getaways. Unlike many coastal towns in Malta, it boasts a small section of blue flag beach at St George's Bay as well as a number of bare rock sunbathing points around the town.

St Julian's offers excellent water sports facilities. There are a number of scuba diving centres in town offering PADI certified instruction and there are also facilities for kayaking, parasailing, yachting and jet skiing. You could also go on a cruise around the Maltese coast or visit the neighbouring islands. St Julian's offers some of the best nightlife on the island with the Paceville neighbourhood boasting a profusion of small pubs, trendy bars and pumping discotheques. For delicious seafood cuisine in a charming waterfront setting head to the old neighbourhood of Spinola Harbour.
For Singles

When: Beat the midsummer rush and the sweltering heat by heading out in the late spring or early autumn. You'll still be able to enjoy lazy days relaxing on the beach and it won't be too hot to do a spot of sightseeing too.

Where: St Julian's is an attractive old town with a number of sightseeing options. There is the beautiful old harbour area of Spinola Bay, a great spot to enjoy a cup of coffee and some people watching and there are such attractions as St Julian's Church as well as the nearby capital city of Valletta.

Why: St Julian's is a very attractive city with much to see. Just twenty minutes south is the UNESCO world heritage city of Valletta where you'll find such magnificent attractions as the Grand Master's Palace and the cathedral. In the evening, you can join in the vibrant nightlife of Paceville.

For Groups

When: If what you're really after is some fantastic sunbathing conditions as well as a bustling nightlife, you should head out in the midsummer months when St Julian's enjoys its peak season.

Where: Paceville is the place for groups of friends to enjoy a good party! There are a range of traditional pubs, vibrant and swanky bars and large discotheques and house clubs. Paceville boasts some of the best nightlife on the island and is well worth sampling!

Why: Because Paceville is renowned for its excellent nightlife which annually pulls in large crowds of young holidaymakers looking for a fun holiday in the sun. Unusually for Malta, there is also an excellent beach with stunning blue waters where you can spend the days relaxing!

For Couples

When: Try to avoid the midsummer peak season and head out in the spring or the autumn. You might also enjoy heading to St Julian's in the winter months when the climate is still gorgeous and you can get a bit of winter sun.

Where: The beach is a lovely spot in the off peak months. Relatively peaceful, it enjoys gorgeous weather and is a peaceful and relaxing setting. There are a number of spas in town offering indulgent treatments and there is excellent seafood dining to be enjoyed in Spinola Bay.

Why: Because St Julian's is a beautiful and historic setting and a great destination for a relaxing and romantic getaway. You can stay in luxurious hotels, enjoy delicious cuisine and gaze out over the gorgeous waters of the Mediterranean.

For Families

When: Avoid the crowds and the peak of the clubbing season that occurs in the midsummer months and head to St Julian's in the spring or autumn. It is a fantastic destination for the easter holidays or for the autumn half term when the climate is very pleasant.

Where: Kids will relish the opportunity of trying out the variety of water sports available here. There are a number of scuba diving centres as well as facilities for kayaking, parasailing, yachting and jet skiing as well as the opportunity of cruises around the coast.

Why: Because there is plenty for kids and their parents to enjoy in St Julian's. Whilst the little ones are off getting their PADI certified diving instruction, why not enjoy indulgent spa treatments or delicious seafood lunches or simply relax on the gorgeous beach?

Weather St Julian's enjoys a stunning climate the whole year round. Long hot summers give way to warm and dry autumns and are followed by very mild winters. Whilst the bulk of the tourist trade takes place in the middle of summer, it is also a lovely destination for a winter vitamin D top up! The April and May temperatures creep from 20ºC to 25ºC whilst the summer sees the mercury stay up around 30ºC for days on end and can regularly hit 40ºC! In the winter, it averages around 15ºC and there is very little rain.
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What to expectExpect a relaxing beach holiday with gorgeous sea swimming conditions and some of the best weather in Europe. There is excellent nightlife to be enjoyed in Paceville for the younger travellers whilst older travellers might prefer to enjoy delicious cuisine at elegant seafront restaurants. There are some excellent water sports opportunities in town with a number of PADI certified diving centres as well as kayaking, parasailing, yachting and jet skiing facilities and there are tour companies offering cruises around the gorgeous coastline. Nearby, you'll find the UNESCO world heritage city of Valletta, a lovely spot for a fascinating day trip.
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