Enjoy a delicious lunch with breathtaking views of the Mediterranean
Bugibba has grown from a small fishing village into a thriving and lively holiday destination. It is popular with both tourists and the Maltese alike, with many of the locals from inland towns choosing to reside here during the summer months.
At the heart of the town sits the central square surrounded by a large number of reasonably priced cafés, bars, restaurants and souvenir shops. It’s the ideal spot to sit, relax and watch the world go by whilst enjoying a coffee or a delicious ice-cream in the glorious summer sunshine. When you are feeling a little too hot, you can cross the road and take a cooling dip in the lovely Mediterranean Sea.
Plenty of things to see and do along the promenade
The long seaside promenade, running from St. Paul’s Bay through Bugibba and Qawra and ending at Salina Bay, is at its busiest when the sun goes down and the locals come out to wander along this well-trodden stretch of coastline with their families. It is not an exclusive Maltese pastime as you will find an equal number of tourists enjoying this evening walk as well. If you choose to meander along the promenade yourself you can stop to watch a game of bocci, a local sport like bowls, or enjoy a meal in one of the many seafront restaurants.