Living in St Julian's

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The real advantage of living in St Julian’s is the timelessness of this Maltese town, known as being a captivating hub for both tourists and for the local citizens of Malta.

About St Julian’s

Centred in Northern Sliema, on Malta’s eastern coast, St Julian’s celebrates the flourishing of holiday complexes, hotels, and language schools that are springing up on every part of the land. St Julian’s also hosts a multitude of hotels and guesthouses, thereby making it ideal for short- and long-term stays.

The hotels, guesthouses, and language schools available at St Julian’s Malta will suit all tastes and budgets, ranging from the luxurious five-star hotels to more economical ones.  Several travel agencies and  airlines have special accommodation offers which can only be purchased outside Malta.  Children’s discounts are also widely available. 

Some Interesting Facts about St Julian’s
• The population of St Julian’s is 7,752 people (Nov 2005).
• It is approximately only 8 km away from Valletta, the capital city of Malta.
• It has one skyscraper, The Portomaso Tower, 98 m high.
• The town is subdivided into informal districts which are Paceville, Ta' Ġiorni, Tal-Għoqod, St Andrew's, as well as the regions surrounding St George's Bay, Spinola Bay, Balluta Bay, and Il-Qaliet cliffs.

It hosts the island’s hub of attraction, Paceville.  Leading a typical Mediterranean lifestyle, the locals are known for their vigour and willingness to live life to the full.

St Julian's promenade is the ritualistic meeting place for the locals to get together and parade up and down, catching up on news and gossip, jogging, or having a stroll or meditative  walk.

St Julian's Restaurants & Cuisine
• If you want to eat out with a fabulous view then head to one of the restaurants pervading the seafront at Spinola.
• The nightlife area of Paceville brims with life and fast food outlets.
• The Casino’s restaurant, Westin Dragonara, is situated at the heart of Paceville.

If you want to be close to the action without partying every night away, you might want to choose accommodation in the quieter part of town. St George's Bay is just a stroll away from the main drag, but the scene is far more bowling and cinema than DJs and heavy drinking.

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