St. Julian's Bay is one of the most beautiful places in Malta. You can walk along the beautiful and very well kept promenade that goes around it. Its azure waters bathe the St. Julian, a beautiful place that's classy and busy. Malta has a distinct air of the sea when you walk through its little streets. Everything you see you'll like. It's a little place with lot of charm. There's an area with a lot of bars, restaurants and beach bars. It's interesting by the day or night. You won't stop taking pictures throughout the day.
From the stronghold of St. Elmo, you can beautiful views of the bay. Once there, and after seeing the giant bell in the temple, take the street of Saint Paul, to visit other buildings that hosted foreign delegations of the Order of the Knights of Malta. It is quite a walk through history on this island that is truly a melting pot.
Saint Paul's Bay (in Maltese "St. Paul's Bay") is a town that you'll find located in northeastern Malta, located sixteen kilometers from the capital, Valletta. Its name refers to the shipwreck of St. Paul (St. Paul) during his journey to Rome, as was written in the Bible.
It is for this reason that the Maltese believe it was St. Paul who laid the foundations of Christianity on the island. The area as a whole (some towns that form it include: Qawra, Bugibba and Xemxija) has an area of 14.47 km ².
Although the site itself is in a rather touristy area (with lots of bars and such) there are some natural touches like this bay, which give it a special touch. I recommend having a drink at Veccja, a bar in the port that boasts beautiful bay views. At dusk as well as at night it is very nice to see the lights reflected in the water.
Too bad Pwales beach, at least when we were there, is not suitable for swimming. It is at the apex of the Bay of Xemxija which is great, the water is clean and you can see the bay with rows of houses constructed in the style of Maltese, with a touch of old that has a charisma or a Cuban style.In regards to the environment, I must say that when we were there, the beach was covered with seaweed or debris with thickness, and I actually didn´t see much sand. This may be why the bathroom is not good here, maybe also by the issue of boats and ports ... It is a shame because this could be a real nice beach . The fact is that the Xemxija walk along the road, with its long shell-shaped curve, is a good way to see Pwales beach and stay on the railing and look at this lovely bay. From the viewpoint Xemxija Bay up the road from the height perspective it is very suggestive, but looking over the railing, this bay also has its charm. Small rocks, creeks, concrete piers and some other mini strip of sand dot the bay, as well as many boats floating peacefully on these waters of a thousand and one blue tones. It is the typical image of a relaxing place that makes a photo shoot after another, without stopping. They are very interesting photos where you see where locals keep their boats fishmongers, auctions thousand painted doors and colors that give a little joy to pale yellow almost every house facades ls Xemxija, and Malta. That said, the absence of the availability of the beach, the stroll along the promenade overlooking the bay from different angles is an excellent option to relax, as I say, a very "photogenic". Throughout the walk there are enough parking spaces, so if you both for Valletta to Mellieha, this shell shaped bay is a must for the obligatory pictures.
St. George's Bay is not only one of the most beautiful places in San Julian, but also one of the most popular with tourists. These are the most luxurious hotels in San Julian. Here you will not necessarily find peace and quiet, although this is easily sought next door at Paceville. St George's Bay is a great place to visit.