Why St Julian's is the best city to live and study English in Malta
St Julian's is a charming and friendly place to learn English.
St Julian's is well known for hotels, bars, restaurants, and nightclubs.
Relax on the beach or visit one of the island’s many places of interest.
Malta never fails to put a smile on your face.
The climate in Malta is typically Mediterranean - very hot, humid days and nights in July and August and cooler temperatures during the winter months.
The Islands have a very sunny climate with a daily average of five to six hours of sunshine in mid-winter to more than 12 hours in summer.
Most popular sights, tourist attractions, and things to do and see in Malta
- Comino (Blue Lagoon).
- Dingli cliffs.
- Fish Market, Marsaxlokk.
- Fort St Angelo.
- Fort St. Elmo.
- Grandmaster’s Palace.
- Hagar Qim.
- Malta National Aquarium.
- Manoel Theatre.
- Megalithic Temples of Malta.
- Mellieha Bay / Ghajn Tuffieha Bay.
- Popeye Village.
- Rotunda of Mosta.
- Saluting Battery.
- San Anton Gardens.
- St. John’s Co-Cathedral.
- St. Paul’s Catacombs, Rabat.
- St. Peter’s Pool.
- Ta Qali Crafts Village (e.g. Mdina Glass).
- Upper Barakka Gardens.
Most important events and festivals in Malta
- Beer Festival.
- Chocolate Festival.
- Citrus Feast.
- Earth Garden Festival.
- Easter: Good Friday Procession.
- Feast of St Paul’s Shipwreck.
- Festa Frawli – Strawberry Festival.
- Festival Mediterranea in Gozo.
- Ghanafest – Malteses Folk festival.
- Malta International Fireworks Festival.
- Malta Jazz Festival.
- Maltese Carnival.
- Notte Bianca.
- Numerous Wine Festivals.
- Sliema Traditional Feast: 13th March & 5th July & 26th July.
- Sliema: Surfside beach club (during summer) Various events held weekly.
- The Isle of MTV.
- Village Festas, held in each town.