: Malta International Airport
: Gozo Ferry
: Regional Road
: Saint Georges Bay
: Good number of Bars
: Seafront restaurants
Car: not necessary
St Julians was initially a fishing village, later turned to a summer residence for wealthy locals and now developed into one of the Island's mostly fetched area. The village still retains some of it's old dwellings and boat houses.
This seafront apartment which overlooks Spinola Bay still shelters numerous coloured Maltese boats that are berthed here all year long. St Julians derives it's name from the Patron Saint of hunters.St Julians is a village for all ages and walks of life. The young at heart will enjoy nearby Paceville - this locality offers much to tourists looking for nightlife entertainment, including discos, bars , Casino , restaurants and other entertainment.
Sliema and St Julians resort are Malta's main coastal resort towns and a heartland for shopping, entertainment and café life.
The sea front at St Julian's offers stunning views and open horizons and is a popular meeting place and ideal for walkers and joggers. Picturesque Spinola Bay, still used by fishermen, is lined with bougainvillea-clad cafés and restaurants. Choose from the latest in club DJ music to quieter piano bars, an elegant casino and superb restaurants