Cheapest car hire in St. Julians
*daily rates in St. Julians based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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Useful things to know about St. Julians
- St Julian’s will appear on Maltese maps as St Giljan
- It’s a pretty tourist resort on the quiet north coast, north of the capital Valletta
- The town didn’t begin life until after the end of Muslim pirate raids on the north coast at the end of the 17th century
- The city was the first place in Malta to be conquered by the French during their occupation in the late 18th century
- The town’s flag is that of Belgium as it’s believed that its patron saint was also Belgian
St. Julian's Mini Guide
What can you Tell me About St Julian’s?
The town developed very slowly because of the threat of attacks from Muslim pirates right up until the end of the 17th century. After a period of growth, the French invasion stalled its development and it wasn’t until the start of the 20th century that its potential as a holiday destination became apparent. Growth still hasn’t reached meteoric proportions and today it remains a charming, genteel resort popular with international tourists as well as the Maltese themselves.
How do I get to St Julian’s?
The closest airport to St Julian’s is Malta International Airport
which is twelve miles away. The airport has dozens of flights to the UK
in the peak summer season and it’s easy enough to get a cheap flight with companies such as easyJet or Ryanair. From the airport you can catch a local bus or take a taxi if you’re unsure of the roads. Car hire is available at the airport but many prefer to hire a car in St Julian’s itself.
What can I do in St Julian’s?
The town has much of interest dating from the time of its inception. The Spinola Palace is worth seeing as one of the oldest buildings in the town, whilst the parish church dates from the 16th century and, despite not being granted a parish until the 19th century, has maintained a watchful eye over the town over the centuries. The main attractions though are the beaches of the town and the region around it. It’s these that have helped St Julian’s grow into the popular resort it is today.