Bugibba Holiday Complex

Address: Tourist Street PB1026, Bugibba, Island of Malta, SPB05, Malta | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Tourist Street PB1026, Bugibba, is near Marsaxlokk Bay, Rotunda (Church of St. Mary), Mediterraneo Marine Park, and Catacombs of St. Paul and St. Agatha's Crypt.
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    Travel Blogs from Bugibba

    Valletta, Malta

    A travel blog entry by lbphoto23 on May 27, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... the view as we ate cookies for lunch. About this time the ship that had arrived at the same time as us was leaving. These people stopped in Malta for a bathroom break, because they were hardly in port long enough to be worth getting out of bed. Not sure they had time for coffee, or a candy bar. We waved, and double checked to make sure it wasn't our ship leaving, then did some shopping. When we couldn't find a Christmas ornament we got creative, and ...


    A travel blog entry by andrew_mac on Sep 06, 2014

    59 photos

    ... trip as ferries run every hour to Gozo. The boat was decked out with a restaurant and a few shops, so the time went by quick.

    I stayed in the most 'happening' area of Gozo, a resort town called Marsalforn. There was really only one street with bars and restaurants, about a mile long right by the water. The best thing was the hotel I stayed at having air conditioning. You had to pay for it, which I'd never seen before, just drop some coins into the slot and the AC would ...

    Amici, isole, addii

    A travel blog entry by geoffinitalia on Jun 04, 2014

    3 comments, 33 photos

    ... influence from its Northern African neighbour. It is a city with some great architecture and a very lively bar and restaurant scene. We ate very well here, including a great meal of fish, lobster and cous cous in a little local restaurant. The next day was a long drive to Noto via Agrigento with its impressive Greek ruins. In Noto we stayed in a lovely little agriturismo just out of town with friendly and charming staff, and a ...

    10 things we've learnt

    A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Feb 18, 2014

    ... as poor as it has small. The result is to eat whatever they can. This explains the rich tradition of rabbit, honey and swordfish (not together of course!). Apart from the three I mentioned, Malta's cuisine is largely dominated by the King of Cuisines, Italy. Many who work in the kitchens are Italian. The other option is food produced to cater for tourists, consisting of English dishes, and you will see 'Original Shepherd's Pie Here' plastered across restaurants. ...

    Road trippin’ and dancing on the rooftops

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Jan 09, 2014

    54 photos

    ... next stop was Mdina, a majestic ancient city, where we ate lunch at the Fontanella Tea Gardens. The view was AMAZING and so were the cakes! They were having trouble with the electricity when arrived, so the food took over an hour to come, and by that time we’d gotten a little bit silly with a couple of bottles of wine.

    We wandered around Mdina for a while (nursing our ‘food babies’) and took a peek into St. Paul’s ...