Wednesday, 27 October 2010
Bugibba - Malta Travel Guide
An incredible coastline with stunning waters, caves and grottoes. And you can swim with dolphins.
•Bugibba: Malta is a very cool destination for British holidaymakers once again, nowhere more so than in busy, bright, buzzing Bugibba.
•Beautiful weather, lovely islands, a very British welcome and lots to do, Bugibba is one of Malta's top sunshine resorts.
•Bugibba is on the coastline that stretches from Salina Bay to St Paul's Bay.
•There are historical monuments to visit, villages to explore, dolphins to swim with and nightlife that caters for all tastes.
•The beaches in Bugibba: The beaches in Bugibba itself are rocky but the flat rocks provide places for sun bathing and there are access points every so often for swimmers and snorkellers in the deep clear waters. There are no sun loungers or parasols.
•Bugibba Lido is a good spot with sunbeds.
•Nearby Mellieha, Ghadira, Ghajn Tuffieha, Paradise Bay are all very close and are sandy beaches.
•According to one of our holidaymakers: “The beaches; Paradise Bay, Golden Bay, Melieha Bay are all lovely Busy, but lovely.”
•Top Bugibba Tip: The bus service is reliable, cheap and friendly. You can take the bus to many destinations including the town of Valleta or to Cirkewwa to catch the ferry to Gozo.
•Diving In Malta
Malta is a great place for experienced divers and those trying it for the first time. There is a good choice of dive schools in Bugibba and the dive sites include many around the turquoise clear waters of Gozo.
•When is the best time to visit Bugibba? For traditional sunshine holidays, May - October. But remember, the weather is still pretty hot all year round with temperatures of about 17 degrees C in December.
•Ideal for families, couples, silver surfers and golden oldies.
•Hotels in Bugibba: We have an excellent choice of hotels in Bugibba all with out lowest prices guarantee.
•Excursions in Bugibba: Swim with the dolphins at the local marine park for a once in a lifetime experience.
•Visit the islands of Gozo and Comino and swim in the most turquoise of waters.
•Explore a little bit of paradise on a boat trip to the Blue Grotto and the Blue Lagoon.
•Lose yourself in the history of the narrow streets of the old towns of Mdina and Rabat.
•The remains of the Neolithic Temples and their artefacts are exhibited at the National Museum of Archeology in Valletta. The temples were built between 3,600 and 2,500BC.
•Car hire in Bugibba: If you feel like exploring along this lovely coastline with its secluded coves and pretty harbours, then it would be wise to hire a car. The good news about hiring a car in Malta is that driving in Malta is easy as everyone drives on the left and all the signs are also in English as English is the official co-language of Malta.
•Nightlife in Bugibba: There is a good choice of bars, restaurants, cinemas, discos and live entertainment. It caters for all tastes with karaoke, bingo and top clubs. There are also lots of clubs in Malta's nightlife capital, Paceville. Buses run from Bugibba throughout the Summer season.
•We can offer great deals on car hire in Bugibba so check us out when completing your holiday booking.
•Holidays to Bugibba: Choose your cheap flights and hotels with us and plan your holidays in Bugibba.
•Hotels in Bugibba: We have an excellent choice of hotels in Bugibba.
•Cheap Flights to Malta: We have cheap flights to Bugibba with all your favourite airlines and operators.
•Transfers to Bugibba: We can book your transfers to your hotel in Bugibba by either shuttle or private taxi.
•Bugibba Hotel Reviews: Written exclusively by genuine customers who have booked and stayed in hotels within Bugibba
Did you know? Maltese cuisine is heavily influenced by both the British and the Italians. Specialities include Aljotta, fish soup, and a rabbit casserole called Fenek. And for dessert, you must try Kannoli which is a delicate pastry full of ricotta and chocolate.
Posted by john at 05:31