To the north of Valletta, St. Julians glistens under the Mediterranean sun. A former fishing village, it has today become one of the most important tourist centres of the island!
St Julians, on the east coast of the island of Malta, originated as a picturesque fishing village. Today, this little seaside town is one of Malta’s main tourist centres, offering its visitors a complete range of cultural and sports activities. Its busy nightlife will not disappoint you either, often lasting until dawn, when the first fishermen begin the day’s work on their traditional brightly coloured boats.