Lingo Guest House
Patri Guzepp Calleja st, Bugibba, SPB02, Malta
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Pea and Mint Soup
Travel Tips for Bugibba
On the road from Valletta to Bugibba - Qawra
Although Bugibba is not far from the capital Valletta (around 13km, meaning less than I do every morning to go to work), the roads are not very good and the busses are going on a low speed.
It takes around 45 to 50 minutes from Bugibba to Valletta, but this also has a good part because the road goes along the sea shore and passes near some of the most beautiful maltese towers (see next tips).
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Good Food and Live Sports on a big Screen. not a big Menu but its all good and cooked fresh to order. 1/2lb and Chips with side salad. Freshly cooked to order. Nice Sized portion Cooked very well. Well served by Pleasent Staff & A Nice Selection of Beers.
Food, drinks, games, telephone, Internet & Cooling
If you have to escape the heat, this is an ideal place to visit. Great pies and lunch goodies with cool drinks or all kinds of coffee.
The whole place is air-conditioned well and besides the cafe, there is a big games (pool tables & darts) room.
Also you can use the Internet section (20+ terminals) and international phones. Ham and cheese sandwich.
Mdina (Silent City)
One off the must things to do while your staying in Malta is to visit Mdina. Easly reached by the buses.
Standing on a hill once the capitol off Malta now a quite city the Silent City were only the residends can drive into the city.
The architecture and the narrow streets make it very inpessive and also the Cathedral and its Musium for a small charge worth a visit.
There are a few more musiums also with a few Craft/sov shops and a few restaurants.
Bugibba is Malta's largest, seaside resort town. The coastline promenade stretches from Salina Bay to St Paul's Bay taking in some of the Islands' best open sea views and a vista over to St Paul's Island. The shore is rocky, but that has not prevented the resorts' appeal. The flat rocks provide places for sun bathing and there are access points every so often for swimmers. The water is deep, but generally clean, clear and safe for bathing. The Qawra promontory to the north west has been developed into a distinct resort with hotels along the coastline and numerous holiday apartments just inland. Salina Bay takes its name from the salt pans cut in inner segment of this sea inlet. The water on both verges of the bay is not deep but is quite suitable for swimming off the rocks. The bay is popular throughout the summer.
Together Qawra and Bugibba now occupy almost the entire peninsula on the east side of St. Pauls bay. More or less merging with Bugibba. Qawra is more restrained than its noisy popular neighbour, with a choice of slightly more superior accommodation. Hotels and apartments have been mushrooming here since the 1970`s. Like Bugibba there are plenty of bars , cafes and restaurants. The rocky beach has a restaurant and plenty of facilities for water sports enthusiasts.
Popular Hotels in Bugibba
Salina Bay, St. Paul's Bay, Island of Malta, SPB 08, Malta
Pioneer Rd, St. Paul's Bay, Island of Malta, SPB 04, Malta