Vacation Rentals in Saint Paul's Bay
There are only really two magnificent sites to explore in Saint Paul’s Bay: St Paul's Shipwreck Church and Wignacourt Tower. Also known as Church of St Paul's Bonfire, St Paul’s Shipwreck Church was originally constructed in the 14th century and stands on the shore marking the spot where the saint landed ashore. It was carefully restored after suffering heavy damage in World War II. Nearby is the Wignacourt Tower which was erected in 1610 during the reign of Grand Master Alof de Wignacourt. It stands guard over the entrance to the bay, and is one of the largest towers built to defend Malta's coastline. Commanding spectacular views of the bay, the tower houses a tiny museum dedicated to Malta’s rich military-architectural heritage. After a good dose of history, check out the beautiful beaches of Saint Paul’s Bay that are easily accessible from Saint Paul's Bay house rentals and homes. The clear and inviting waters of the sea are safe for bathing, surfing, kayaking and skiing. From Saint Paul’s Bay, you can plan out day trips to Valletta, and St Julian’s which are renowned for their picturesque natural beauty and great cultural heritage.Saint Paul’s Bay offers endless variety of shopping and dining options. Bugibba is the major shopping center in the town where you can find a usual range of tourist souvenirs and plenty of supermarkets. It is also the main hub of activity in Saint Paul’s Bay, with its glitzy discos, karaoke bars and night clubs. A short distance from Bugibba is Qawra, which also has a number of small shops, stores and galleries along with fine restaurants and nightclubs. There are countless eateries and restaurants in Saint Paul’s Bay where you can please your palate to popular Maltese delicacies like Patizzi, Lampuki and Aljotta. Clustered around Saint Paul's Bay house rentals, in the old town are several specialty restaurants which serve a huge array of international cuisines well accompanied by a variety of world famous drinks.
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