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Bugibba Holidays

Bugibba Holidays

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Bugibba is a large and popular tourist area situated on the north east coast of Malta, sandwiched between the gorgeous St Pauls Bay and the seaside resort of Qawra. With a seaside promenade that stretches as far as 3km and a stunning shoreline bursting with opportunities for sunbathing, swimming and snorkelling, beach lovers will love it in Bugibba.

Landscapes in this Maltese village are made up of breathtaking buildings, towering palm trees and stunning seascapes, framed by charming restaurants, cafés, bars and clubs - so whether you're craving a bite to eat or a night on the town, there's always a place for you. For a vibrant night scene, head to Bugibba Square - at night it bursts to life with cocktail venues, clubs and karaoke bars.

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Bugibba Weather

As you would expect with a Mediterranean island destination, the temperatures in Bugibba are fairly high throughout the year with an average of 18° C. Temperatues reach highs of about 30° C during the peak summer months when holidays to Bugibba are most popular.

However, with favourable weather conditions in both spring and autumn, you can take your Bugibba holidays off peak when the weather is still pleasant and the crowds have thinned out.

Jan 14ºC
Feb 14ºC
Mar 18ºC
Apr 22ºC
May 25ºC
Jun 27ºC
Jul 28ºC
Aug 28ºC
Sep 25ºC
Oct 23ºC
Nov 19ºC
Dec 16ºC


Although its beach is rocky, the area oozes charm and there are some enchanting, romantic coves to explore and enjoy. Holidays to Bugibba also attract those who enjoy watersports. It's popular with swimmers and snorkellers alike and is also enjoyed by those who simply like to relax and sunbathe but don't particularly like the sand as the rocks are predominantly smooth.

However, if it's sandy beaches you're after, Mellieha is only 8km away and there's a regular bus service there from Bugibba. Scuba diving for both beginners and the more advanced is well catered for by Anchor Diving Systems.

Things To Do on Bugibba Holidays

You can buy all your souvenirs and essential items in Bugibba and there's a large shopping centre where local craftspeople will sell lace, glassware, handwoven sweaters and jewellery, but if it's high quality and fashion that you're after, both Sliema and Malta's capital, Valletta, are only a bus ride away.


For those who appreciate local craftsmanship and culture, Ta'Qali is the place to go - a craft village which is open to the general public where you can watch local craft workers and artists making traditional Maltese items.


There's nightlife for everybody on holidays to Bugibba, including a plethora of bars, karaoke joints, nightclubs and discos for the younger crowd, whilst there are many fine restaurants to enjoy for the less raucous.

Bugibba Square and its surrounding streets are the main focal points for evening entertainment, and its plentiful restaurants and cafes serve everything from the finest Maltese cuisine to good old fashioned British fare. There are also many family-oriented hotels in Bugibba which provide their own brand of sports and entertainment facilities, so Bugibba holidays have something for everyone.

For those who simply enjoy people-watching, you can take an evening stroll along the promenade at Bugibba, where locals dress up in their Sunday best and mingle. If you fancy taking your entertainment up a notch, there is a nightly bus service to Malta's entertainment 'capital' Paceville which runs every night during summer and on weekends in the winter months.

Book a Bugibba Holiday now!

Being well-equipped and with very good facilities, holidays to Bugibba offer something for singles, couples and families to enjoy, whatever the time of year. Book your holidays to Bugibba with On The Beach and combine flights and hotels together at one amazingly low price for the holiday of your dreams!