St. George's Beach, St. Julian's - Malta live cam
Beautiful view of St. George's Bay, a Maltese holiday destination

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St. George's Beach, St. Julian's - Malta

This small but so stunning beach in St. Julian's (San Ġiljan) belongs to St. George's Bay (Bajja ta' San Ġorġ) situated in the heart of the Mediterranean.

Well known in the whole island for being in the center of Paceville, the nightlife capital of Malta, and Pembroke, this so charming and golden beach gives us the unique chance to relax in summer sun, it is perfect for swimming, even till evening while enjoying a social life and having fun with a number of exciting opportunities. Restaurants, pubs, night-clubs, discos are scattered everywhere and all within a short walking distance, a brilliant atmosphere is offered by day and night, flocks of dancing people, especially younger ones, are attracted by music and fun till sunrise...

Panoramic views of extraordinary beauty and exceptionally warm water make St. George's Bay a paradise for recreational and water activities, moreover it still keeps its traditional features of a fishing town, it will be very easy to see a number of fishing vessels and fishermen on the docks but St. George’s Bay was not always so popular and attractive as one of the most visited Maltese holiday destinations, it saw positive development over the years thanks to the growth of the tourist offer rich today in resorts, entertainment centers, luxurious hotels, high quality restaurants, discos and casinos, shopping centers all within easy reach of the golden St. George's beach, recently also a Blue Flag beach and rightly considered one of the most beautiful beaches of Malta; after all, dining in fine restaurants or in outdoor terraces overlooking the whole bay terraces for a romantic rendez-vous, enjoying superb sunrises or being present at a magnificent sunshine will be really a great experience!

Cam on-line since: 08/20/2013

Comments

  • avatar
    • 4 days ago
    • Margaret Taylor

    Gary, just to let you know we had a couple of drinks in Andrews bar at lunchtime, beach was very busy

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Gary R. Orris.

    Hi Margaret,
    Hope you have a good time, we did & will be going back next June.
    Andrews bar is almost directly under this web cam & is said to be the oldest Maltese pub still run by the founding family. (1909 I think)
    I first went to Tony's bar in 1992, don't think the decor inside has changed very much.
    Regards .... Gary

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Margaret Taylor

    Hi Gary, Pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay in Sliema, unfortunately I think restaurant wise everywhere is the same. Haven't been to the other places that you mentioned (will have a look), but we liked Tony's Bar and went there a number of times in May. Going back for a week on the 9th September.

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Gary R. Orris.

    Stayed in Sliema 2 weeks ago with my wife and agree that it's not as good as it was : Three old Maltese restaurants we have used for years are now owned by eastern europeans, one is a Pizza cafe. An old pub is now eastern european after the buildiing owner increased the rent so much that the Maltese bar owner couldn't afford it! Pizza IS everywhere.
    One eastern european lady I spoke to said that they refer to parts of Sliema as "Little Serbia" and will "own a huge portion of Sliema in 10 years".
    I feel bad for the Maltese, but you can still find some treasures around : Cara's & Dixies by Exiles, Andrews bar in St Georges Bay, Sun in Splendour on the edge of Paceville, Tony's Bar & Salisbury Arms in Sliema.
    Enjoyed ourselves & intend to go back next year. :-)

  • avatar
    • 3 weeks ago
    • emmanuela

    geoff hulloes. I am flummoxed to compare prices in Malta to UK being cheaper in Uk!! We go every year and we never spend 40 45 Euros on pizza or pasta In UK even a couple of coffees cost more than what you quoted. Go to eat in Senglea and you can have fish and chips for less than 2 Euros.

  • avatar
    • 1 month ago
    • CC

    I've wondered before if these are homeless people on the beach all night...

  • avatar
    • 2 months ago
    • geoff hulmes

    Four weeks ago we were here, but after 20 yrs of visiting the time has come to say goodbye to this very expensive holiday island where the pizza and pasta trade dominate and eating out has become ultra expensive eg 3 course meal in uk of reasonable standard 20/25 euros in Malta 40/45 euros

  • avatar
    • 2 months ago
    • DaveS

    During the last 30 years Malta has gone from Magic to Tragic as this bay typifies

  • avatar
    • 2 months ago
    • Bryan

    Have to agree with you on that one Jim. Not bothered about going back after last visit.

  • avatar
    • 2 months ago
    • Louis Pace

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  • avatar
    • 2 months ago
    • Kevin bonham

    What ever happened to underwater cam

  • avatar
    • 3 months ago
    • Jim Rafferty

    Sorry to say it, but all of this over-developing is ruining what was once an island full of character :(

  • avatar
    • 3 months ago
    • Liz

    What a beautiful web cam

  • avatar
    • 4 months ago
    • sej016

    Soon be time for the umbrellas and beach furniture of the "Paranga" to come out.

  • avatar
    • 6 months ago
    • DEREK JAMES BEVAN

    DaveS.just been on Times of Malta web site quite spectacular the way it crept in , nowt like the fog on the Tyne tho' gan canny lad.

  • avatar
    • 6 months ago
    • Kate

    DaveS. It was on Saturday. We were in Qawra when the mist come over from Gozo so could not see Gozo, St Paul's island or the sea. It was very quick and had been a glorious day with warm sun to that point. It was like an English sea fret so brought the temperature down a little for a couple of hours. Cleared as quickly as it came. Yesterday was a brilliant day with temperature up to 22c with wall to wall sun during daylight hours.