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Nightlife: Bugibba/Qawra

Online since: 09. April 2013

Bugibba Nightlife

The nightlife in the towns of St. Paul’s Bay, Bugibba and Qawra consists of many bars, pubs, cafés and restaurants. There is also a club on the so-called Bay Square or Piazza, which you can enter from the age of 16 and which doesn’t have a cover charge, as is the case with most clubs on Malta.

There is also a large variety of bars with different styles. The simplest bars are also the cheapest, and are often patronised by many of the older Maltese. There are also many bars for the younger crowd and sometimes have a very interesting, artistic design. For example, close to Bay Square is a bar that looks like a cave!

Then there are numerous British, Scottish and Irish pubs that offer the very popular Guinness beer, and even some German wheat beer. Many pubs also have live music and jam sessions. Snacks are often on the menu as well.

Almost all pubs have TVs or even large screens to show sport events, and all of them have air conditioning to keep the hot summer nights cool.

Clubs in Bugibba / Qawra:
Ceasars Discotheque
The Blues Room
Zero Level

The Gentleman’s Club, close to the Bugibba Holiday Complex, spoils its guests with some hot nights. It offers men young dancers, with private dances at an extra cost. Unlike other clubs, it charges coverage.

In winter, doors everywhere close no later than 1 am. In the summer months however, the parties, especially those close to Bay Square, last into the small hours.

There are many restaurants with a large range of international cuisine. Pubs offer mainly fish and chips or hamburgers. In the small, often inconspicuous restaurants, you usually get freshly-caught fish and local dishes. You can also find various Italian restaurants and steak houses. Our tip for Bugibba is the very special Ta’ Pawla restaurant.

There is a cinema in Bugibba, and from our experience, it is less expensive than the one in St. Julian’s. It also offers a bar and snacks. Movies are screened in English and there is a break in the middle of the movie to go to the toilet or to buy some more snacks. So don’t be surprised when the movie suddenly stops!

A true hotspot doesn’t really exist in Bugibba. Bay Square becomes the only place to be on Sundays in summer. Pimped-up luxury cars drive by, and people going for a walk meet along the promenade. Techno music booms from the bars on Bay Square and hundreds of people party there - a spectacle not to be missed!

In general, Bugibba is calmer and more comfortable than other towns such as Paceville, Sliema or St. Julian’s. You still get the same things, just at a cheaper price.

S. Wagner

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