Average 4 hour flight
Time difference +1 hour(s)
Average temperature 23°C
Sunshine, history, plentiful nightlife – holidays to Bugibba have lots to offer. The biggest of the strip of resorts that line St Paul’s Bay, Bugibba is packed with everything you could possibly wish for from a fun and relaxing holiday. There might not be beaches here, but the coast is crystal clear and the flat rocks make perfect bathing platforms. In the resort itself, you’ll find all the shops, bars and restaurants you could wish for. And the area’s interesting churches and monuments mean Bugibba holidays are about more than just sunshine and sea. And if you want to discover further afield, Malta’s famously good bus service makes it easy.
Many holidays in Bugibba revolve around the Mediterranean Sea. Although there are no beaches, bathers flock to the broad, flat rocks that lead into the sea. Its so clear that snorkelling is popular and there are some excellent dive sites, too. If you dont already know how to dive, its possible to book courses in the resorts dive schools. On dry land, youll find a host of historical sights, including the churches of the patron saints in St Pauls Bay and monuments. Children love to cool off in Bugibbas water park, or head on a relaxing boat trip to discover the surrounding area.
After dark, things really get going in Bugibba. Whether you want to chill out on the outdoor terrace of a bar, have a go at karaoke, or dance the night away, youll find the perfect night out to suit you on Bugibba holidays. Many Bugibba hotels lay on their own entertainment, too.
The main square in Bugibba is lined with an array of eateries, many with outdoor dining space thats perfect for making the most the balmy summer evenings. Food is varied, but some of the cuisines on offer in the resort include British, Italian, Indian, Chinese and Mediterranean. As youd expect from a town by the sea, the seafood here is especially good. And if youre looking for a hearty, seaside meal, youll find fish and chips on the seafront.