With its many markets and colorful fishing boats, St Julians is a place full of life on the Eastern Coast of Malta! At just two kilometers north of Malta’s capital, Valletta, the town is famous for its mix of entertainment, nightlife and dining. St Julians is a sought after holiday destination for both Maltese and foreign tourists alike.
Visit Balluta Bay where you can see the iconic Art Nouveau Balluta Buildings, or Spinola Bay where you can enjoy a meal on one of the terraces at the many restaurants which line the bay. Here you will find many colorful boats floating on the clear bay waters.
You won’t spend much time sleeping if you choose to stay in Paceville during your stay in St Julian’s, an area where you can dance the night away and enjoy the vibrant nightlife in the clubs and bars until the sun rises.
Those who want to take it easy can relax in one of the lovely green parks in St Julians or one of the rolling hills which dominate the city and sea skyline. In St Julian's, regardless of your pace, you will find your rhythm during your English course.