St Julian's in Malta can be considered a veritable style of Maltese life. Concentrated, dynamic, colourful and ever-changing, this coastal town is as energetic as they can be, and if you look closely you will be able to see fragments of the various aspects of Malta, the Maltese and the changes experienced over time.
Sought After Areas
Apartments in St.Julians – Summary
Most foreigners get their first glimpse of Malta via St Julian's and this is quite understandable since there are some 50 listed hotels located in or around this town. The locality also offers a considerable selection of small, medium and large-sized apartments which are available for short or long-term lets and are usually booked throughout the year. Numerous local and foreign investors look at such properties as outstanding saleable options ready to become a very authentic investment that guarantees sure returns, whether property is located on a seafront or in any one of the side streets. Most of these properties are modern stylish apartments but if you look closely around town, you will notice varied historical buildings that stand out for their period style and architecture.
Prices in St.Julians
2015 3 bedroom apartment cost €600,000 to buy
2015 3 bedroom apartment cost €800 to rent monthly
Why Live in St.Julians?
There are three popular main areas of St Julian's which contribute to its diversity. These are the quieter and more residential districts of St Andrew's and Ta' Giorni with their very quiet to very busy individual locations. Then there is a top tourist destination - the hot nightspot of Paceville which attracts people every night.
Then there is the shopping. With varied small shops lined along the main coastal road, the biggest shopping mall within St Julian's is located in Bay Street in the Paceville district. Complementing the shopping complex there is an ice rink and several diners, which attract thousands of people to its hub. Close by there is the Eden Cinema Complex where one can watch some of the newest cinematic releases ahead of the rest of Europe. And of course Paceville itself with its clubs, bars, restaurants, dancing floors, and colourful street life. A Casino on the very tip of Dragonara Point sits as a beacon of attraction to those who love to add a dash of extra excitement to their night out.