This part of Malta is definitely more touristy than the northern part of Malta. St Julian’s is a bustling town on Malta’s eastern coast. Here you can find bars, taverns, restaurants and nightlife. It’s a small place that comes with 4 different areas – all within a few minutes’ walk of each other. There are shops across the board, plus a little beach with a rare patch of sand.


So if you are in need of all that then this would be the place for you!

Giljana Homestay

Green Grove

Majoliche B&B

Hacienda Guest House

Onyx Apartments

The 7 Apartments

Rokna Hotel

Hotel Juliani

Alexandra Hotel

The George Malta

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Mad Shark
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Dawn Diving
New Dimension Malta
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Bezz Diving
Scubatech Diving Centre
Dive Deep Blue
Sea Shell Dive Centre
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Buddies Dive Cove

The climate of the Maltese Islands is characterised by hot, dry summers and mild winters. Like in most of the Archipelago it hardly ever rains during summer but rain showers can be expected between October and April.

Fly into Malta’s International Airport (Airport code MLA). The islands’ national air-carrier Air Malta ( flies directly to Malta from most European countries.

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