Qawra Palace Hotel

Qawra Palace Hotel is a family-run hotel situated right on the seafront where guests swim and sunbathe off the rocks. Friendly staff provide an excellent service from booking your water sports lessons to serving cocktails from its poolside bar. Its magnificent salt water pool with a water cascade and children’s section overlooks the bay as do the tennis courts and mini-golf course. The luxurious spa with hot tubs, massage treatments and sauna provide a peaceful oasis. The restaurant, with evening entertainment from Malta’s most popular musicians and dancers, complete this relaxing destination.

Overview of Qawra

With its continual warm climate, fun attractions and historical monuments including three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a holiday to Malta is a good choice at any time of year. Qawra is the perfect location to base yourself. This charming resort is set around the scenic St Paul’s Bay. You’ve a whole menu of water sports to choose from, as well as nightclubs and bars that keep the atmosphere buzzing. To discover more about the Maltese culture, Valletta and medieval Mdina are close by.

Things to do in Qawra

Venture out of the Qawra Palace Hotel, and there’s a host of activities on your doorstep. Thanks to its location in the prime area of St. Paul’s Bay, it’s just a 15-minute walk to the beaches with many shops, bars and restaurants even closer. Take a boat trip to Il-Gzejjer (St. Paul’s Island) or follow the pineapple-tree lined promenade around the bay to the lively Bu_ibba resort with its harbour and waterpark. A 30-minute drive away is Mdina, the old capital of Malta. Browse this gorgeous medieval city with its lovely Baroque cathedral. For museums, palaces and grand churches, Valletta makes a perfect day trip. With its welcoming atmosphere and luxurious facilities, the Qawra Palace Hotel is the perfect choice for families and couples of all ages seeking a refreshing and rejuvenating break.


Resort Summary

Before we begin, here’s an insider tip for you. Qawra is pronounced with a silent Q, like ‘aw-rah’, which is something to bear in mind during your Malta holidays when you make plans to visit this town. And visit you should, since it boasts some of the best entertainment, scenic sights and enticing restaurants on the island, among a host of other perks.

Remnants of medieval fortifications stand amid the modern trappings of Qawra to tell tales of the city’s bygone days. Visiting these imposing structures lets you feel the intimate closeness that this town, like so many in Malta, has with the Mediterranean Sea.

Having said that, Qawra was specifically developed in recent years to accommodate the tourists flocking to Malta who seek alternatives to Bugibba and the other resorts around St Paul’s Bay. In this respect, cheap Qawra holidays not only deliver on tourist amenities, but hugely exceed expectations.