Salina is an appealing narrow bay located on the rocky northern coastline of Malta. Holidays in Salina are favoured mostly by families and couples who are looking for a relaxing break in a tranquil setting whilst it's also within relatively easy walking distance of St Pauls Bay and its neighbouring resorts of Bugibba and Qawra if you fancy a bit more nightlife occasionally.
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Relaxation is appealing at any time of year and a holiday in Salina fits the bill all year round with sunny skies and temperatures well above 30° Celsius at the height of the summer, occasional wet but mild autumns and temperatures not falling below 15° Celsius over the winter months. Whether you want a nice break with your other half off peak or a family holiday at half term, Salina fits the bill perfectly!
Things To Do on Salina Holidays
Many of Salina's large hotels are very well equipped with all manner of facilities and attractions. Salina is ideally placed for taking a stroll along the promenade into picturesque St Pauls or enjoying the lively entertainment on offer in Bugibba where, as well as the many fine restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs, you can also go ten pin bowling or enjoy a night out at the cinema. The ferry departing from nearby Paradise Bay will also take you across to the neighbouring island of Gozo which makes for an interesting day trip.
Holidays in Salina are still very much in their infancy when compared to many other Maltese resorts. It is still being developed so if it's culture you're after, a short stroll to the beautiful area and sights around the harbour at St Pauls Bay will be much to your liking.
Most of the entertainment takes place within the well equipped hotels in Salina but you'll need to head for nearby Bugibba and Qawra if you're looking for more varied and tailored nightlife.
Salina does not have its own beach although there is a small stretch of shingle beach at nearby Qawra. Both Paradise Bay and Mellieha Bay are not too far to travel if you're looking for magnificent sandy beaches. In fact, Salina Bay is famous for its salt pans which were created by the Knights of St. John back in the 16th Century and whose scent is still very prevalent down by the shoreline.
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For those who like to get away from it all and who enjoy more upmarket hotels which tend to cater for your every need, Salina holidays are perfect. What's more, you've got the neighbouring and contrasting resorts of St Pauls Bay, Bugibba and Qawra just a short stroll away should you be looking for an occasional change of pace.