St Georges Bay can be found just along the coast from Paceville, and offers holidaymakers a quieter stay while the many attractions of the nearby popular resort of St Julian's are only a short distance away.
The coastline of St George's Bay and neighbouring St Julian's boasts the highest density of 5-star hotels on the island of Malta and is perfect for those looking for a luxurious stay in the Mediterranean.
The climate of St George’s Bay is typically Mediterranean, similar to that of Southern Italy or Southern Greece.
In the summer, which is the best time to visit if you enjoy great weather, there is up to 12 hours of sunshine per day and temperature reach highs around 29°C.
There are lots of different things to do near St Georges Bay.
Bay Street Shopping Centre is great for those looking for some retail therapy, while Eden Bowling promises some ten-pin fun!
Portomaso Marina is an upmarket visit. Enjoy a walk around the peaceful marina where you can look at the yachts, enjoy a coffee, or wine and dine in one of the high-quality restaurants.
Apart from the excellent facilities available to those in St Georges Bay for their holiday, the main attraction (which pulls both tourists and locals alike!) is its popular sandy beach, the only one in this area of the island. Snorkelling and other water based activities can all be enjoyed here.
You’ll find dining to suit an array of tastes in St George’s Bay.
If you are a fan of seafood, then you must try Caviar & Bull. The restaurant provides a romantic, pleasant atmosphere and the service is second-to-none. Make sure you book ahead though!
For A-rated pizza, try Indri.
Buddhamann is a top choice for Asian and fusion food, while you’ll want to visit Le Bistro for Mediterranean and European foods.
There is lots of choice of nightlife in St George’s Bay and there are many bars and clubs in the nearby. It is well-attended by language students which adds to the lively night scene.
Fuego Salsa Bar is a unique bar that offers drinks at reasonable prices.
Dragonara Casino is well worth a visit if you enjoy a night at the casino while Bedouin Bar and Malta Pub Crawl are two more traditional pubs to visit.
Water sports, diving and wellness spas are all activities that can be enjoyed in St George’s Bay.
Get active on the water with Pembroke Watersports, practice diving with Cresta Dive Centre and relax at Marion Mizzi Wellbeing.
You can get around most of St George’s Bay on foot as it is a fairly small resort.
Flights from various countries fly into Malta International Airport. You can get a bus or taxi from the airport to the resort.
The climate is typically Mediterranean, similar to that of Southern Italy or Southern Greece. In the summer there is up 12 hours of sunshine a day.