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Within walking distance to pubs and restaurants bus station only down the road to any of the other cities in malta we found a nice restaurant called fat harrys /mirabelle resturant where we had breakfast every morning i wouldnt really avoid anything had a wonderful holiday met some lovely people
Bugibba is a nice touristic area where you have lots of places to go. There is the Aquarium, a cinema, bars, pubs and good restaurants as well as places for kids to play. However I must say it can be a bit cleaner
Bugibba is a good resort, plenty of restaraunts and shops. Dont know about night life too old . Very convenient as there is a bus station which is good for using the great bus service, no need to hire a car. Regular buses to Valetta and to the ferry terminal to go to Gozo
Great place for out of season traveller lovely square for sitting or meeting people - plenty of small bars and restaurants and ice cream/ coffee areas. Not expensive and a lot cheaper that other areas of the island
Close to western beaches and north beaches, those are very nice ones. Unfortunately night life there is not very nice. For night life one should go to St. Jullian's or Paceville, which by bus would take about 35 minutes; by cab it was faster but at a cost of 20EU. It is rather far away from Valletta by bus, circa 1 hour. Mdina is closer, 20 minutes or soo. Overall it is not a place for those seeking tranquility or nightlife experience, it is just average on both categories. It is a fine place, but I would stay in another place on future visits.
A tourist town with lots to do. Bugibba is situated close to St Pauls Bay, it has easy transport links across Malta. Other than the capital city Valletta, Bugibba is the main area for tourism and if full of places to stay, places to eat and places to drink. Attractions include the National Aquarium and Classic Car Museum. Bars are cheap, restaurants along the waterfront are reasonably priced and provide delicious local and foreign cuisines. The beaches are easy to access, although they are rocky as with much of Malta. Lifeguards are situated near the designated swimming areas. Bus A3 gets you to Bugibba in a hour from the airport and you can get multiple buses direct to Valletta or Cirkewwa for the Gozo public ferry.