St. Julian's live camSplendid view of St. Julian's and Spinola Bay

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    • 1 week ago
    • MWH

    Hello Pat. As you'll have noticed, the weather has been a bit up and down over the last few months and now with the sun shining it seems a good time to do a bit of maintenance including everything you can't do when your boat is in the water (such as antifouling the hull or repairing a bent rudder) There's also a lot of nasty corrosive things in salt water so keeping your boat out of it actually makes sense.. Finally, not sure if it's the same in Malta but yearly mooring charges generally start in April so there's probably a few thinking "well, if I've got to pay for another year, I better make sure the boat will last!" If your question related to the use of concrete pedestals; well, they're cheap, heavy and do the job. No-one in their right mind is going to nick one so they're safe where you leave 'em!

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • pat

    Can someone tell me why those boats are out of the water and sitting on the concrete
    pedestals?

  • avatar
    • 3 weeks ago
    • sue southwell

    hi all, cant wait to return to malta, gonna be at the Juliana next month, love it there.

  • avatar
    • 4 weeks ago
    • Audrey Mason

    Always enjoy the restaurant and the view, can't wait to return.

  • avatar
    • 4 weeks ago
    • Peter Smithies

    Hi Wow!! what a lot has happened in Malta since I was there,it looks good though,more hotels springing up,more people going I guess,it looks like its prospering,and your cams are great.
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  • avatar
    • 4 weeks ago
    • Peter Smithies

    Hi I have fond memorries of Malta I use to visit there in the 80s but not been there since,I lived in England and remember the flight then was only about 3 hours to Malta,Thankyou for having the web cams for me to see the places again,I now live in the usa but I can still see the world from a computer,

  • avatar
    • 1 month ago
    • alan slade

    Hi Stig there are people working on the Tuna boat again getting near launch time again

  • avatar
    • 3 months ago
    • Jon

    it's great to see the different sights of Malta on all the webcams, but there is something special about being able to hear what's happening as you watch. This webcam's great for that. Thanks.

  • avatar
    • 3 months ago
    • Andy heater

    Thanks for the recommendations I shall report back after our visit

  • avatar
    • 3 months ago
    • Bob C

    Andy, this camera sits on top of a very good restaurant.

  • avatar
    • 3 months ago
    • John Woodside

    Counting down the weeks to our next visit to Malta in June. Sun, sea, great food, and wonderful people, what more could you ask for.

  • avatar
    • 3 months ago
    • Audrey Mason

    hello Andy, can recommend Busy Bee cafe even though it sn't in St. Julians it's
    still well worth going there.

  • avatar
    • 3 months ago
    • Andy heater

    Going to St Julian's next week. Any recommendations of where to eat and things to see?

  • avatar
    • 4 months ago
    • JMR

    A very Happy and prosperous New Year to all skyline webcams viewers. Keep up the cams Skyline we love them.

St. Julian's

Just north of Valletta (Il-Belt Valletta), St Julian's (San Ġiljan) is one of Malta's main tourist destinations, developed into one of the island's most popular nightlife and entertainment spots, its unique views are of extraordinary beauty.

Originally a small port town located between Spinola Bay and Balluta Bay, through the years St. Julian's developed as an exciting key reference point for tourism in Malta, its offer meets even the most demanding needs, hotels of quality, restaurants and fashionable nightclubs are scattered everywhere but mainly located in the Paceville district, the lively heart of the nightlife area. But St. Julian's is also a great destination for relaxing holidays away from the busy chaos of the city center, an unique experience will be for locals and tourists to breath fresh air on a golden sand beach with a blue sky and the entire Spinola Bay in the background while enjoying the sun or to walk along the elegant seaside promenade (that reaches the nearby city of Sliema) and be completely enraptured by the beauty of a multicoloured sunset; shined brightly at night, St. Julian's offers the unique opportunity to experience a romantic dining under the stars with spectacular views over the bay...The city still keeps intact its origins of picturesque port town jutting into the Mediterranean Sea, animated by the coloured traditional Maltese fishing boats (Il-Luzzu).

St. Julian's boasts a number of must see tourist attractions, such as the Spinola Palace, a masterpiece of Latin architecture built in 1658 by the Italian knight Giovanni Spinola and located in the heart of the Paceville district, the old parish church that was pulled down, reconstructed anew in 1593, rebuilt and much more decorated than the previous one in 1730, or the breathtaking views from Villa Dragonara, today Dragonara Casino, on the headland of St George's Bay; as St. Julian's enjoys idyllic weather conditions year-round, it is a haven for water sports enthusiasts, diving, snorkeling, swimming, parasailing, wakeboarding while enjoying magnificent views of the Mediterranean will offer moments of pure emotions.

Cam on-line since: 01/12/2013