Visit the largest seaside resort in Malta

Late deals to St Paul's Bay will take you to the largest seaside resort in Malta. Here the emphasis is very much on having family fun, with a small soft sandy beach and a sea that's ideal for water sports, along with a water park and fun park close by.

Choose from a variety of accommodation

St Paul’s village itself has a quaint old fishing harbour, where you can still watch the colourful boats bobbing in the water. You don’t need to travel far to the best beach on the island either, which is at Mellieha Bay a little to the north, with fabulous golden sands and a multitude of water sports to try.

Holidays in St Paul’s Bay offer a variety of accommodation to stay in, from modest self catering options, to the more indulgent hotels, where you can enjoy that little extra comfort, with evenings of traditional Maltese entertainment.

Currency: Euro

Language: Maltese, English

Time Difference: GMT +1

Population: Approx 14000

Religion: Roman Catholic

Wander along to nearby Qawra

The upmarket town of Qawra is easily accessed by walking the long, flat promenade around the bay where you’ll find a selection of smart hotels and shops. The neighbouring resort of Bugibba is where late deals to St Paul’s Bay really come to life, offering lively evening entertainment, a cinema and even a casino.

Nestling in the bay you’ll see St Paul’s Island, the legendary landmark where Apostle Paul ran aground on his way to Rome, bringing Christianity to Malta. A day trip to the romantic capital of Valletta is a must. Steeped in history and architectural grandeur; visit museums, palaces and awe-inspiring cathedrals. Children will love a trip to the toy museum, or the colourful old market.

St Paul’s Bay is a charming resort, with a mixture of local history, and stunning scenery, there’s plenty to see and do to keep all the family entertained. Book last minute holidays to St Paul’s Bay online here at

Places to Visit


The Fortress City and capital of Malta, Valletta is reminiscent of a living history book. Fascinating artwork, exquisite architecture, classic churches and fine palaces greet you at every turn. Started in 1566, Valletta was built in just 15 years, and is today a stunning World Heritage City.

Island Hopping

Jump on a boat and sail to the neighbouring islands of Comino, with its beautiful Azzur Window, and Gozo, where you can drop in on its capital Victoria, also known as Rabat.