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5 things to do in Bugibba

Things to do in Bugibba

Bugibba Main Square

bugibba square
Bugibba is a seaside town having various hotels, restaurants, clubs and pubs. Bugibba’s nightlife is in the square with bars and restaurants as well as karaoke bars, cinemas as well as a casino.

Walk by the Bugibba promenade

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Bugibba has quite a long seaside promenade stretching from Qawra to St. Paul’s Bay which is very popular among tourists and locals alike. Walking along the promenade offer fantastic seaviews of the open sea and St. Paul’s Islands.

Swimming in Bugibba

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Bugibba’s coast is rocky providing good places for sunbathing and swimming. Close to the square is the most popular swimming zone which is a sandy beach and also various lidos to choose from too.

National Aquarium

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The island’s newest attraction in Bugibba is the National Aquarium suitable for families with young children. The Aquarium offers an amazing walk-through experience with various species of fish that live in the Mediterranean as well as across the world. The aquarium has about 26 tanks with the largest fish measuring 12 metres also having a water view tunnel with sharks swimming over your head.

Summer Carnival

grand carnival
The Summer Carnival gives tourists an idea of the traditions in Malta with a burst of colour and music in the Bugibba square. Carnival celebrations consist of the spectacle of carnival floats, craft exhibitions, carnival parades as well as the traditional ġostra, where competitors have to run on a greased pole over the sea and try to grab the flags on the edge of the pole.

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