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10 wonderful things you can do in St Julian’s


So you’ve finally decided to visit one of Malta’s busiest and bustling towns – St Julian’s. No matter if you’re staying here, or just visiting for the day, we’re pretty sure you’ll find something to do.

This town caters for every kind of tourist with the diversity of options it offers. Here are 10 wonderful things you can do in St Julian’s.

1. Take a walk along the promenade

St Julian's promenade

Whether it’s hot and sunny, or a bit windy, you’ll probably find that the weather in Malta will almost always permit you to take a stroll along the promenade.

If you’re in St Julian’s, you can walk along the promenade taking you from St Julian’s to Sliema, with loads of cafés on the way where you can stop for a short coffee break.

2. Go for a swim in St George’s Bay

St George's Bay

You can’t fly down to Malta in summer without paying a visit to one of the gorgeous beaches. In St Julian’s, St George’s bay is definitely the most popular option in the area that attracts the most people. With its pebbly sand, and inviting seas, you can either take a dip or get sun kissed on the relaxing shore.

3. Have a coffee by the sea

Spinola Bay area

You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing where to sit down and have a coffee. If the weather permits, you can opt for a nice outside location.

If it’s colder but you still want to enjoy the view, some cafés will have a covered outside area, with blankets for you to wrap yourself around in, or you can opt to stay inside. 

4. Eat at one of the many restaurants

St Julian's promenade

From traditionally Maltese restaurants, to pizza and pasta places, Asian cuisine, food courts and fast food burger joints, you’re bound to find something you’re in the mood for when it comes to food in St Julian’s. Just take your pick and enjoy.

5. Do some shopping

shopping bags

With a shopping centre near St George’s Bay, and various shops surrounding the area, St Julian’s is a shop-lover’s paradise, apart from Sliema of course.

Here you’ll find anything from clothes, perfumes, shoes, make-up, food, phone service, souvenirs, tabacco, a games room and more!

6. Unwind with a drink

drink at Waterbiscuit

Whether it’s a beer, a cocktail or a glass of wine, you’ll find multiple locations to unwind after a long day walking around the area. You can go local and try one of the Maltese lagers, or a glass of Maltese wine, or you can go for something you know you’ll already like. Either way, your options are endless.

7. Visit the party-hub of the island

Paceville in St Julian's

St Julian’s is known for having the most clubs on the island. Anyone aged 17+ can enter the clubs for free and enjoy a night out partying. There’s something for everyone, from mainstream music to club, house and techno.

8. Watch a movie at the Cinema

Eden Cinemas

Feel like watching that movie everyone has been talking about? Right at the heart of St Julian’s, Eden Cinemas will satisfy all your movie-watching, delicious salty popcorn and sugared candy cravings.

Not sure what to watch? Just visit the Eden Cinemas website, or download the app.

9. Play a game of Bowling

Eden Superbowl

St Julian’s is home to the only bowling alley in Malta, the Eden Superbowl. It’s open every day from 10 am onwards.

Every Friday there’s Disco Bowling, where you can book a lane and play as many games as you want from 9 pm onward, with music, neon lights and a really fun atmosphere. We do recommend booking to avoid disappointment.

10. Watch a water polo game

Neptunes pool in St Julian's

If you’re a water polo fan, you can watch a live game at the Neptunes water polo club in St Julian’s.  

If you’re not really into waterpolo, but want to watch a sports game nonetheless, St Julian’s is full of sports bars that show various football matches and all sorts of other games.

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