St Julian's is one of the most developed and visited cities of Malta along the Mediterranean coast, North of Valletta.
The coast of St. Julian's, like most other cities in Malta, mostly rocky. There are no long sandy or pebble beaches. However, sunbathing and swimming in St. Julian's, as in the whole of Malta, you can almost everywhere, where more or less comfortable, you just have to be very careful when entering the sea.
The main bathing areas of St. Julians presented a rocky or concrete beaches. Directly in the city there is one public sandy beach, equipped with several platforms for swimming and hotels with a private beach.
In some areas shore line is equipped with handrails for easier entry into the sea.
The main part of the coast of St. Julian's is characterized by small bays, of which there are five in the city.
The Beaches Of St Julian's. The Coast Of St. Julian's
St. George’s Bay Beach
Or St. George's beach - a sandy public beach, located in the Bay of St. George, near the famous party area of Pacheville, on the North side of the coast of St. Julian's.
St. George beach is small, but has all the necessary beach infrastructure. On the beach coarse sand of gray color, floorings for movement are equipped, there are sun beds and sunshades, beach cafes, toilets and rubbish bins, during a high season on the beach rescuers are on duty.
On the beach, separate sitting areas, Beach club, fee per day: from 09:30 to 18:00 hours 10 Euro adult and 5 Euro child ticket; 14:00 - 7.50 Euros.
Bay St. George (St. George's Bay)
In addition to the beach, St. George, on the Northern side of St George's Bay is characterized by a narrow strip of rocky coast is also used for sun and sea baths.
Almost in the North-Eastern edge of the Bay there are two hotels: the 4-star Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort Malta , and the 5-star Corinthia Hotel. The hotels offer private beaches, swimming pools with terraces, restaurants and a health club. Read more about Bay St. George's Bay...
The Northern extremity of the coast of St Julian's
To the North along the coast from Bay St. George, almost on the outskirts of St Julian's, is the 5-star Radisson Blu Resort with 2 outdoor pools, a heated indoor pool, rooms with free Wi-Fi and large balconies.
Behind the hotel Radisson takes its origin "wild coast" and the city of Pembroke, the stone coast of which is actively used by lovers to soak up the sunshine and swim away from the main tourist places.
Cape Dragonara (Dragonara Point)
Cape Dragonara adjacent to the Bay of St. George, with its southern side by the coast.
Are on the Cape: the eponymous casino and a 5-star resort, the Westin Dragonara Resort with 2 private beaches, indoor and outdoor pool, as well as restaurants. At Cape equipped with railings for the descent into the water. Read more about Cape Dragonara...
The coast South of Cape
From the South-West side, to Cape Dragonara has a small rocky Bay. The coast is actively used for sun and sea baths.
Luxury residential and business complex, which is a popular place for walks and rest, where, if you want, you can stay for a few days.
In the Portomaso complex includes: three pools with moorings for vessels; a luxury residential building with swimming pool, sun terraces and restaurants; and the 5-star Hilton Malta Spa centre with indoor pool, 4 outdoor pools and 2 pools for children.
This place is not suitable for swimming, but can be a great solution for walking and recreation. Read more about Portomaso...
Spinola Bay is one of the most famous in Malta, and the popular and busy location in St Julian's for walking and recreation.
The Northern part of the Bay is a more relaxed place. Here, the boardwalk rises directly to the waters of the Mediterranean sea. There are places to stay, fisherman sculpture, colorful fishing boats, cafes and restaurants with outdoor terraces.
Almost on the outskirts of the Northern part of the Spinola Bay are rocky-concrete the coast and the 4 star hotel Cavalieri Art with sun terrace and swimming pool on the beach.
South coast Spinola Bay is characterized by long, by the standards of Malta, the promenade, along which are places to stay and dense buildings. There are equipped platforms for sunbathing and swimming. Read more about Spinola Bay...
A small Bay connected by the promenade from Spinola Bay.
Balluta Bay is also a popular spot for walks and for swimming, diving and water sports.
In the Gulf of equipped areas for relaxation and swimming. There is also a small area of the beach to which lead stone stairs. Read more about Balluta Bay...
On the Balluta Bay the coast of St. Julian's ends and originates the coast of Sliema.
The Exiles Bay the first place, on the North side of the coast, the beaches area of Sliema. Here is the long rocky beach of the same name, along which the equipped with handrails for easy entry into the sea. Read more about the Exiles Bay in Sliema...
The coves and beaches of St. Julians on the map