Bel Sol Hotel

Fisherman Street, Bugibba, SPB 06, Malta
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  • Business100

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Forum Posts

jewelry store

by throwtoy

we went to a jeweller in Bugibba and we're trying to find a phone number for it and cannot find it online. can anyone help me find the phone number for Delia Jewellers?


Re: jewelry store

by pieter_jan_v

I got no result at the Malta Yellow pages at:

The White pages only come up with private persons; none of them located at Bugibba. See:*&g_name=&g_house=&g_street=&mode=&g_area=Malta%25&g_locality=&g_telephone=&g_database=MAIN&g_business=Y&g_residential=Y&g_perpage=100&Search=Search&startingpoint=0


Re: jewelry store

by Xemx

Dana, I rang up the Maltacom telephone enquiries to double check, but they confirm that there are no Delia Jewellers in Bugibba or Qawra (sometimes these two towns are confused). Perhaps their shop has a different name. There are too many jewellery shops to check out but I will have a look later when I have more time. In the meantime, do you remember another shop in the vicinity...a restaurant perhaps? Anne

Re: jewelry store

by chseychell

I searched the Yellow Pages, but to no avail. Maybe you can post the address and I'll try to come up with something.

Re: Re: jewelry store

by throwtoy

that was the name on my credit card slip. that's ok no worries. Perhaps this question would be easier. we do not carry M.O.D.E watches in the US, are they only local to Malta or something? I cant even find them online here.

Re: Re: jewelry store

by chseychell

Could be that we do, but I've never heard of them. Sorry.

Re: Re: jewelry store

by Xemx

Dana, I'm sorry, but I haven't heard of those watches either. However, I don't think they would be only local to Malta. I have rung up a few of those jewellery shops in Bugibba, but so far no luck. Perhaps you can get the details from your bank? Just an idea. Anne

Travel Tips for Bugibba

Swim Shoes/ sandals

by ClubbinBabe

youre gonna need them if you plan to go swimming in bugibba, cause there is no sand, just rock and believe me there slippery and dangerous! however if u buy a cheap pair of flip flops to wear in the sea you'll be fine :)

Wicked Staff!!

by chelseamad about Rookies sports bar and grill

What a place!! Excellent food and brilliant live bands aswell as live sports 24/7!Both good for families and locals to hang out and you could'nt beat a better place for the atmosphere during live sports games! Casual

Turkish Takeaway

by Balam about Turkish Delight

Turkish Delight is a good place to get something to eat to have outside on a bench somewhere or to take back to your Apartment. They sell Burgers and Kebabs that come with salad and / or chips, rice etc.
Not the best food and you can get cheaper and better meals but as it is open late it is handy to go when you come out of the pub/club and are feeling hungry.


by intertraveler

A day trip to Gozo is worth a visit. You cross by a ferry which runs a regular service.
The capital Victoria is historic with a citadel.
The Azure window and the inland sea is breath taking, you have to go buy a boat through a cave to get into the open sea.
They have made a lot of films here including Troy .

Bugibba and Qawra

by Evenith666

Bugibba and Qawra are two small towns located in the St. Paul's bay conurbation. As with much of the area around the bay, the towns are relatively new, built up in the 1970’s as a tourist resort and as such the area is home to many hotels, shops, bars and restaurants. Many locations on the Island can be reached by bus from Bugibba bus terminal. Bugibba is larger and Qawra may as well be a suburb, as the liveliest night spots are in Bugibba. Qawra does as one night club however, Fuegos, located on the sea front. There are restaurants offering all kinds of cuisine from local Maltese and Italian to Chinese and Indian, and even a few English Fish and Chip shops. While there are only a couple of tiny sandy beaches, many people sunbathe and swim off the rocks, which are quite safe. There are also many Lidos in both towns. Qawra is also home to one of the thirteen small watch towers built by the Knights of St John around the Maltese islands.


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 Bel Sol Hotel

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Sol Hotel Bugibba
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Address: Fisherman Street, Bugibba, SPB 06, Malta