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St Georges Holidays
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St Georges Bay is situated on Malta's northeastern coast and is a picturesque resort which overlooks the Mediterranean. The 'next door neighbour' of St Julians, one of the biggest attractions of a St Georges holiday is that you are right on the doorstep (but far enough away) from the liveliest nightlife on Malta and also ideally situated for some of the best theme parks on the island catering for all of the family.
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St Georges Weather
With temperatures around 30° Celsius all through the summer and a mild winter climate, St Georges with its sandy beach, makes it one of Malta's most popular year round travel destinations for sun worshippers.
The golden sandy beach has recently been extended to now serve those in St Julians and Sliema and is at the heart of the attraction of St Georges. The beach is great for children and is also popular with snorkellers too. It's also situated in a very beautiful setting overlooking the Mediterranean and offering you panoramic views out towards Malta's neighbouring island of Gozo.
Things To Do on St Georges Holidays
St Georges holidays offer you such a variety of things to see and do. There's an IMAX cinema, a ten-pin bowling alley and even a theatre -enough to keep everyone in the family happy on holidays to St Georges Bay. Then there's also the Baystreet Shopping Centre with its fashionable retail outlets, local craft shops and food and wine emporiums.
It's also an ideal base for a family as it's home to some of the best theme parks on the island. Kids and adults alike will love Mediterraneo and there's a water park in St Julians close by. And, if you're a bit of an archaeology enthusiast, Bronze Age Village, just north of St Georges Bay is well worth a visit.
With its colourful boats moored up in the bay and its cosmopolitan feel, St Georges has cleverly captured the very essence of a modern day tourist resort in terms of providing almost every facility a holidaymaker could want, without it being at the expense of ruining its traditional Maltese appeal. Valletta is well worth a day trip, however, if you're looking for more of an historical and cultural fix.
For many people, they don't need to venture out of St Georges as it has a fine eclectic mix of Malaysian, Greek, Italian and Maltese restaurants and a number of other fine waterfront cafes and bars - you'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to evening dining and entertainment. Furthermore, a holiday in St Georges Bay means that you are located right on the edge of both St Julians and Paceville, the latter being the nightclub capital of Malta and where partying and dance music thumps out until well until the early hours. So, as far as nightlife is concerned, you've got all the angles covered.
Book a St Georges Holiday now!
St Georges Bay has to be one of Malta's most appealing resorts. With its sandy beach, fine cuisine, plenty of family friendly entertainment not to mention being within a walk of Malta's clubbing capital, Paceville. Holidays in St Georges are bound to capture the imagination of people of all ages and interests, so book your today with On the Beach!