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The Maltese town of Bugibba is a popular destination for young British tourists. Easily accessible from major towns in Malta and with plenty to do including its bustling nightlife and beach sports; holidays in Bugibba are rapidly becoming more and more sought after.
Bugibba is one of the three towns of the region of St. Paul's Bay, towards the northeast of the main, southern island of Malta, which is off the south coast of Italy in the Mediterranean. The traditional buildings of the old town of Bugibba still exist, and combine with the newer hotels to create an interesting mix of old and new. Malta's southern position and proximity to North Africa ensures warm weather for a large proportion of the year, which can often mean that package holiday deals offering discounts out of the summer months still provide the opportunity for great weather.
Package holidays in Bugibba are extremely popular with young groups, as there is no shortage of entertainment, with clubs, bars and restaurants aplenty to keep them dancing into the early hours. Those looking for a peaceful, family holiday in this part of the world may be better looking at some of the quieter towns in St. Paul's Bay. There is a huge range of eateries and restaurants to choose from for lunch or dinner serving anything from traditional Maltese food to fast food options. Visitors are sure to find a place to eat to suit their tastes and budget.
As well as the nightlife to keep visitors busy after dark, there is a great deal to entertain those who are awake during the day. At the beach, tourists can enjoy activities such as banana boat rides, water skiing, diving and cruises. On land, the scooters and mopeds offer a great way to tour the island but booking is advised as they are very popular.