Holidays to St Paul’s Bay are ideal for those who want a taste of the highlife, but also want to experience some authentic Maltese culture. Now the largest resort on the island’s north coast, it began as a small fishing village. Despite blossoming into one of Malta’s most popular tourist destinations, it’s still home to native Maltese families, who have ensured that the resort has retained much of its original charm. Take a sunset stroll along the beautiful promenade with a loved one, and enjoy a leisurely drink in one of the bars or restaurants. Families are spoilt for choice when it comes to things to see and do. Take one of the regular cruises around the bay, or spend an afternoon exploring prehistoric caves and megalithic temples. Although there is some nightlife, the resort is quieter than some of its neighbours, making St Paul’s Bay holidays perfect for those who want to enjoy their holiday to Malta at their own pace.

15°C to 31°C

With warm summers and mild winters, you can take your St Paul’s Bay holidays at virtually any time of year. If you really want to soak up some sun, head over between June and August, when the temperature hovers in the mid-20s (°C) and peaks into the 30s (°C).

Around three hours

Flights to St Paul’s Bay land at Malta International Airport, which is approximately half an hour’s drive from the resort.