St Julian's Holidays 2024/2025

Proudly sitting on Malta’s eastern coast, St Julian’s is a sought after, year-round destination, providing upmarket and affordable package holidays to Malta. With high-end hotels, alongside some of the most vibrant nightlife and some seriously spectacular super yachts on the island, St Julian’s exudes opulence, but with our cheap holidays to St Julian’s you can feel a million dollars, without spending it.

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Once a quiet fishing village, St Julian’s has been developed into a prestigious resort with the highest concentration of 5* hotels on the island. You’ll find a small Blue Flag sandy beach at St George’s Bay, a 10-minute walk from the town centre. Or if you’d rather, you can make like a local and sunbathe on the rocks along the coastline. There’s even SUP Yoga – stand up Yoga on a paddle board – which is a must try for something new, plus, you can just enjoy the stunning coastline.

The upmarket area of Portomaso Marina is home to some delightful waterfront brasseries that overlook the deluxe yacht complex. Over in the picturesque Spinola Bay however, you’ll find plenty of authentic Maltese offerings. For the young and young at heart, the district of Paceville will have you dancing all night on your Malta holidays with its massive selection of bars and nightclubs – ranging from the raucous to the refined.

Malta starts warming up as early as April, and by May the delightful Mediterranean Sea is a comfortable 18°C. Between April and June also means you not only avoid the high season of July and August, but with less crowds and plenty of local festivals to celebrate, you can bag cheap holidays to St Julian’s and still experience everything on offer.

Evening of elegance at Portomaso Marina

Portomaso is one of the most prestigious addresses in the Mediterranean and makes for a great spot to unwind and enjoy the relaxed pace of marina life. Take a stroll around the quayside and admire the high end yachts before settling into one of the many boutique bars.

If you’re feeling peckish, there’s also a host of stylish restaurants in the vibrant city of St Julians, offering incredible views across the waterfront. You’ll find everything from pizzerias and brasseries to exquisite, contemporary Japanese dining experiences. For elegant evening drinks, head to the Tiffany Wine and Champagne Bar and soak up the plush atmosphere of this world class designer bar. With such a huge range of restaurants and bars for all budgets, you’ve got plenty of choice if you’re wanting to stay within budget.

Party in Paceville

St Julian’s sits adjacent to Malta’s central party scene which is located in the district of Paceville, perfect for those who want to get a real feel of Malta’s vibrancy and fun. Wander around the streets, adorned with bars, clubs, casinos and cinemas and you’ll soon find a venue that appeals.

You can be as raucous or classy as you like in these parts. Go for an all night rave at Havana, visit Hugo’s Terrace – the stylish cocktail lounges boasting stunning views – or spend the evening in one of the lively Irish bars. Clearly, St Julian’s offers an opulence like no other but with such a range of ways to spend your evening, cheap holidays to St Julian’s are more than doable.

The world of Playmobil

If your St Julian’s holiday is with the kids, for an exciting day out for all, head 20 minutes south towards the seaside town of Birzebbugia, where you’ll find a life-size Playmobil castle. Not only will your little ones come face-to-face with their favourite plastic characters, they’ll also have the chance to ride Playmobil pigs, horses and crocodiles in the themed indoor and outdoor play areas.

As the company’s second largest factory in the world, visitors are invited on a tour to watch the toys being made, learning how the different characters are transformed from a pile of plastic pellets into 3,995 characters. Whatever your age, this is certainly a day out that won’t be forgotten in a hurry.

Day trip to the stunning Capital

For such a small city, Malta’s capital Valletta certainly packs a punch. Described by UNESCO as one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world, this world heritage site is an elegant capital full of charm. Just a half hour drive down the coast from St Julian’s, you can explore the stunning Grand Master’s Palace, the 16th-century St John’s Co-Cathedral and more modern offerings such as the recently completed Parliament Buildings. You can keep the trip within your budget and hop on the bus, as there are plenty of buses travelling to and from Valletta.

Awarded the European Capital of Culture for 2018, you’ll find lots of brand new bars and restaurants housed in converted mansions and rustic buildings. For the best vista in town, head to the Upper Barrakka Garden where you’ll enjoy uninterrupted views right down to the medieval harbour. Exploring this incredible island can be both affordable and memorable, you just need to set your budgets –  in fact, cheap holidays to St Julian’s can be bagged last minute if you’re feeling a bit spontaneous.

Discover Gozo and Comino

No holiday to St Julian’s would be complete without a trip to its sister islands, Gozo and Comino, even if it’s a cheap holiday in St Julian’s that you’re looking for. Both are easily accessed via a short 20-minute, low cost ferry ride. Explore the popular landmarks of Gozo, from the Citadel in Victoria to the Ggantijja Temples – the oldest freestanding temples in the world. Once you’ve done enough exploring, head to the market to pick up freshly produced local goods.

The smaller, car free island of Comino is a haven for watersports enthusiasts and attracts many snorkellers, divers and windsurfers to its virtually uninhabited shores. The main attraction in the summer is the Blue Lagoon, a sheltered bay of dazzling blue water with white sand. In fact, it’s noted as being one of the best beaches in the whole of Malta.