Qawra hotels

Qawra Hotels

Qawra hotels in Malta

Qawra hotels plenty of leisurely diversions including countless restaurants, shops and a number of bars and nightclubs an ideal place to visit or stay for the tourist visiting the Maltese Islands.

Sunny Coast Resort Club 

Qawra Bay, Qawra (Malta) Show map

The Sunny Coast Resort Club is ideally located in one of Malta’s most beautiful bays, Qawra in the North of the Island. More…

Il Palazzin Hotel 

R. Loria Street, Qawra Show map

Aesthetically beautiful from the outside and comfortably hospitable on the inside, the Il Palazzin hotel distinguishes itself admirably from other hotels in its class. More…

Palm Court Hotel 

Tamar Street, Qawra (St Pauls Bay) Show map

After a 5 minute walk from the main public transport station, you will find the Palm Court Hotel in the heart of Malta’s popular resort town, Qawra. More…

Canifor Hotel 

Triq In-Nikkri, Qawra Show map

The Canifor Hotel is ideally located just 150m from Qawra’s promenade and rocky beaches. More…

Qawra so called as it was used for hundreds of years to produce sea salt. Teh area provider hotel accommodation and beach facilities. Qawra provides plenty of leisurely diversions including countless restaurants, shops and a number of bars and nightclubs.an ideal place to visit or stay for the tourist visiting the Maltese Islands.

MALTA: St Paul’s Bay, Buġibba & Qawra

Saint Paul’s Bay (in Maltese: San Pawl il-Baħar) is a town in Malta, situated in the north east of the island of Malta, 16 kms from the capital city Valletta.

Its name refers to the shipwreck of Saint Paul, as documented in the Acts of the Apostles Chapters 27 & 28, due to the tradition that Saint Paul was shipwrecked on the isles, named St. Paul’s Isles, which are situated in St Paul’s Bay.

The localities of Qawra and Buġibba, form part of St Paul’s Bay.

Buġibba is situated adjacent to Qawra and it has numerous hotels, self catering apartments, restaurants and shopping opportunities. It is a popular resort among locals and tourists.

Qawra is also the site of one of the many towers built by the Knights of St. John. Qawra Tower is now a restaurant called Fra Ben.

The town is home to many water-sport activities including banana boat rides and speed boat rides.

Although this area is a modern tourist spot, there are some very pretty natural highlights close by. Heading north there is Mistra Bay, its headland and St Paul’s Island. Going west and crossing the island towards Ġnejna Bay and Golden Bay is the scenic Wardija Ridge.

Qawra is a town in Malta. Qawra is located on the northeast of the Malta Island, and with Buġibba it forms a part of St. Paul’s Bay.
It is popular among tourists and is home to a many hotels and restaurants.
Although there is no beach, many people swim and bathe off the rocks, which provide ample space for sun bathing. It is popular with tourists who like to walk by the sea at night.


Qawra is also the site of one of the many towers built by the Knights of St. John. Qawra Tower is now a restaurant.
The town is home to many water-sport activities including banana boat rides and speed boat rides.

Sunset in the Bay


The area is also well known as the “touristy” area of Malta due to the many bars which show British football.
Summer temperatures can be as hot as 40 degrees celsius, with an average of over 30 degrees.

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Casinos,bars,and clubs are also a major part of this small town.
Qawra is also home to some great nightclubs and bars.

This seaside resort is just 17.60 km away from Valletta, which is the capital city of Malta.

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