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Located on the northeast tip of Malta, Bugibba is one of the island’s most popular holiday spots with a marvellous array of watersports and activities to enjoy. Bugibba holidays are wonderful for families, friends and couples seeking a relaxed and welcoming environment. Bugibba is a popular resort offering fun-loving bars, clubs and restaurants, while the sunny weather from early spring all the way to winter makes it a perfect escape from cooler temperatures. Close to St Paul’s Bay and the neighbouring resort of Qawra, Bugibba is located in the heart of Malta's hot spots and offers hotels to suit all budgets. Its modern vibes make for an exciting getaway, with watersports running from the shoreline, a wide choice of restaurants in the town and beautiful views of the Mediterranean.

 

Hotels and resorts are good value during even the summer for holidays to Bugibba, with April, May and June the best months to experience the brilliant beaches of this Maltese paradise. With several waterparks and beaches just a short distance from your hotel, a dream holiday in Bugibba is simply perfect for those seeking a Mediterranean playground resplendent with charm.

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Places to go and things to do in Bugibba

Beautiful Bays

Beautiful Bays

A holiday in Malta offers a tantalising mix of fun towns, golden beaches and idyllic sights and the island is small enough to explore at your leisure. With Bugibba close to the buzzing towns of St Paul's Bay, resort lovers are in luck. And better still, it's really easy to enjoy fun day trips, activities and see the sights from all of the main resorts. Whether you want to uncover its UNESCO World Heritage Sites, sunbathe in the beautiful bays of Gozo and Comino, or taste the tradition of its bustling towns, this beautiful island is a treasure trove of holiday surprises.

Glorious Gozo

If you're up for an excursion, take a boat trip to the idyllic island of Gozo, world famous for it's turquoise waters and incredible snorkelling. Explore it's historic villages and spend time at the beachfront café's in Xlendi. Gozo's showstopper, however, is the Azure Window, a rocky part of the coast that boasts a towering arch and amazing rockpools.

Dance the Night Away

The largest resort on the island, Bugibba knows how to have a good time. With St. Paul's Bay and Qawra close by there is nightlife and a great choice of bars and restaurants to suit every taste. Hit the main square of Bugibba for Irish pubs, karaoke bars and club lounges. Boasting great sea views, bustling restaurants and bars, the waterfront is top pick for delicious dinners. Further afield, Paceville in St Julians is a 20-minute cab ride from St Paul's Bay and has even more clubs to enjoy. Whether you want to hit the bars or casinos, you'll find plenty to keep you occupied here until the early hours of the morning.

Hit the Water!

If you want to stay on the sand, Bugibba's 150-metre manmade stretch of beach or one of the waterfront lidos along St Paul’s Bay, gives you endless opportunities for quality lounging and bronzing time. For those looking for a bit more action, you can even hire your own sailing boat or try some of the fun-filled watersports on offer.

Sea, Sun, Fun!

If you're searching for sand, Buggiba's Perched Blue Flag beach is a popular spot for sunbathers. Despite the coastline from St. Paul's Bay to Bahar ic-Caghaq being rocky rather than sandy, Buggiba's 150-metre manmade beach is filled with soft golden sand. Large wooden platforms float in the water during the summer holidays for tourists to lounge on before they dive back into the warm kaleidoscopic waters.

Make a Splash

Whether you're travelling with children or fancy making a splash yourself, Bugibba Waterpark is definitely worth a visit. The adventurous can brave the Super Bowl, Sidewinder and the Black Hole, while those looking for a more relaxing ride can float down the lazy river, and enjoy the lapping waters of the wave pool. Dry off in one of the park's extensive deck areas and spend the rest of the day soaking up the sun.

Turn Back Time in Valletta

Malta’s waterside capital Valletta boasts a stunning collection of historical buildings and landmarks – so much so that it’s now UNESCO protected. If you can peel yourself off the beach, soak up the sights on a boat tour of the harbour and enjoy the gorgeous waterfront cafés and numerous bars in the shaded squares or the weekly jazz nights at the Bridge Bar.

Enjoy the Outdoors

Its enviable spot in the Mediterranean means that Malta has a long summer season and is balmy and sunny almost all year round. The fabulous climate means the island has great cycling, hiking, sailing experiences to try and heaps of watersports from kayaking and paddleboarding to windsurfing and scuba diving – and even rock climbing. Water babies can fling on those flippers as there is a range of diving courses for beginners and experienced divers. Explore caves, coral reefs and wrecks and if you're not up for the full scuba experience, Bugibba's beaches have jet-skis, paddleboards and kayaks for hire.

Places to go and things to do in Bugibba

Beautiful Bays

Beautiful Bays


A holiday in Malta offers a tantalising mix of fun towns, golden beaches and idyllic sights and the island is small enough to explore at your leisure. With Bugibba close to the buzzing towns of St Paul's Bay, resort lovers are in luck. And better still, it's really easy to enjoy fun day trips, activities and see the sights from all of the main resorts. Whether you want to uncover its UNESCO World Heritage Sites, sunbathe in the beautiful bays of Gozo and Comino, or taste the tradition of its bustling towns, this beautiful island is a treasure trove of holiday surprises.

Read More
Glorious Gozo

Glorious Gozo


If you're up for an excursion, take a boat trip to the idyllic island of Gozo, world famous for it's turquoise waters and incredible snorkelling. Explore it's historic villages and spend time at the beachfront café's in Xlendi. Gozo's showstopper, however, is the Azure Window, a rocky part of the coast that boasts a towering arch and amazing rockpools.

Read More
Dance the Night Away

Dance the Night Away


The largest resort on the island, Bugibba knows how to have a good time. With St. Paul's Bay and Qawra close by there is nightlife and a great choice of bars and restaurants to suit every taste. Hit the main square of Bugibba for Irish pubs, karaoke bars and club lounges. Boasting great sea views, bustling restaurants and bars, the waterfront is top pick for delicious dinners. Further afield, Paceville in St Julians is a 20-minute cab ride from St Paul's Bay and has even more clubs to enjoy. Whether you want to hit the bars or casinos, you'll find plenty to keep you occupied here until the early hours of the morning.

Read More
Hit the Water!

Hit the Water!


If you want to stay on the sand, Bugibba's 150-metre manmade stretch of beach or one of the waterfront lidos along St Paul’s Bay, gives you endless opportunities for quality lounging and bronzing time. For those looking for a bit more action, you can even hire your own sailing boat or try some of the fun-filled watersports on offer.

Read More
Sea, Sun, Fun!

Sea, Sun, Fun!


If you're searching for sand, Buggiba's Perched Blue Flag beach is a popular spot for sunbathers. Despite the coastline from St. Paul's Bay to Bahar ic-Caghaq being rocky rather than sandy, Buggiba's 150-metre manmade beach is filled with soft golden sand. Large wooden platforms float in the water during the summer holidays for tourists to lounge on before they dive back into the warm kaleidoscopic waters.

Read More
Make a Splash

Make a Splash


Whether you're travelling with children or fancy making a splash yourself, Bugibba Waterpark is definitely worth a visit. The adventurous can brave the Super Bowl, Sidewinder and the Black Hole, while those looking for a more relaxing ride can float down the lazy river, and enjoy the lapping waters of the wave pool. Dry off in one of the park's extensive deck areas and spend the rest of the day soaking up the sun.

Read More
Turn Back Time in Valletta

Turn Back Time in Valletta


Malta’s waterside capital Valletta boasts a stunning collection of historical buildings and landmarks – so much so that it’s now UNESCO protected. If you can peel yourself off the beach, soak up the sights on a boat tour of the harbour and enjoy the gorgeous waterfront cafés and numerous bars in the shaded squares or the weekly jazz nights at the Bridge Bar.

Read More
Enjoy the Outdoors

Enjoy the Outdoors


Its enviable spot in the Mediterranean means that Malta has a long summer season and is balmy and sunny almost all year round. The fabulous climate means the island has great cycling, hiking, sailing experiences to try and heaps of watersports from kayaking and paddleboarding to windsurfing and scuba diving – and even rock climbing. Water babies can fling on those flippers as there is a range of diving courses for beginners and experienced divers. Explore caves, coral reefs and wrecks and if you're not up for the full scuba experience, Bugibba's beaches have jet-skis, paddleboards and kayaks for hire.

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