Bugibba is one of the largest resorts on the popular holiday island of Malta. Located on the northern coast it has grown from a small fishing village into a bustling town ideal for those wanting a lively sun drenched holiday.
Situated next to the small harbour town of St Paul's Bay, offering fantastic views out across the bay, Bugibba is the busiest resort in the area with lots of activities to keep you happy throughout your stay.
The best time to visit Bugibba
A Bugibba holiday benefits from a Mediterranean climate with warm spring months, hot summers and mild winters.
The spring months of May and June are chosen by many visitors for the warm but not-too-hot weather - perfect for those wanting an active holiday.
Holidaymakers flock to Bugibba holidays during the height of summer, July and August, to experience its average 12 hours of daily sunshine, no rainfall and cooling sea breeze.
Sightseeing in Bugibba
The Ta'Qali craft village in Bugibba is a popular pick with visitors. Watch local artists as they produce traditional Maltese pieces including glassware and jewellery.
There are lots of theme parks nearby including the Popeye Village where you can tour the set, create your own film, take a bounce on a water trampoline or simply relax on one of the sunbathing decks.
Bugibba is ideally located for boat trips further a field. Sail around the island on a cruise or study the local underwater inhabitants on a glass-bottomed boat. If you'd like to visit neighbouring islands then take a ferry to Gozo, Comino or the Blue Grotto caves.
Nightlife in Bugibba
Bugibba offers a lively holiday with its many restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Il Bajiia is where you'll find the main action, this square is packed full of excellent restaurants and busy open-air bars. Along the seafront promenade things are slightly quieter whilst still offering numerous restaurants, shops and bars to suit every taste.
- Nearest Airport
- Maltese / English