Concentrated into seven tiny islands in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, the Maltese archipelago
boasts a rich tapestry of archaeological and cultural treasures
. With some of the oldest prehistoric structures in the world (3,600 - 3,000 BC) and a cultural legacy that includes the Sicilians, Phoenicians, Romans and more recently the British, it is little wonder that the ever-hospitable Malta is referred to as the Island of Sunshine and History.Dazzling beaches and a warm climate make this is a perfect holiday destination
for any age group. Whether on the main island, or on its quiet and beautiful sister island of Gozo, a love of good food and an appreciation of art, together with the regular celebrations or festas that add colour and vibrancy, make Malta a uniquely friendly country.
St. Julian's is a town situated along the northern coast of the Island. With its winding promenades and breathtaking seaviews
, St Julian's is Malta's premier destination for leisure and an oasis of temptation for culinary delights.
Picturesque St. Julian's Bay shelters colourful traditional Maltese boats (Luzzu) all year round and is lined with bougainville-clad cafés and eateries.
Paceville, being the hub of St Julian's, is a vibrant destination for evening entertainment guaranteed to gratify all tastes.