San Ġiljan

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St. Julian’s initially a fishing village, later became a summer residence for wealthy locals and has now devoloped into one of the Island’s mostly fetched resorts for night life and entertainment, especially for the youngsters and the middle aged. Within walking distance to Paċeville, this village still retains some of its’ old dwellings and boat houses.

The small bay still shelters numerous coloured Maltese boats that are berthed here all year long. St. Julian’s derives it’s name from the Patron Saint of hunters. St. Julian’s is a village for all ages and walks of life. The young at heart will enjoy nearby Paceville – this locality offers much to tourists looking for nightlife entertainment, including discos, bars, Casino restaurants and other entertainment.

Although St. Julian’s was once a fishing village only a few fisherman remain. The modern trade in St. Julian’s is connected with tourists and nightlife.

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