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St. Julians

St. Julians

St. Julians is a former fishing village, but nowadays it has become one of the most famous tourist attractions in Malta. St. Julians has a nice flair and offers very good entertainment, like bars, cafes, restaurants, souvenir-shops. The Spinola Bay in St. Julians gives the city a calm atmosphere.

Restaurants


In St. Julians are several restaurants which invite everybody who passes for a meal with a nice view of the bay and the sea. There are italian, grecian, chinese, thai, malaysian, and many other restaurants.

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