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About Saint Julian’s
Saint Julian’s is a town in the central region of Malta. It is situated along the coast and is known for tourism-oriented businesses, such as hotels, restaurants and nightclubs which are centred mainly in an area known as Paceville. The population of Saint Julian’s is 10 500 people.
The town is named after its patron saint; Saint Julian who is widely known as Julian the Hospitaller and Julian the Poor. The area is highly sought-after and has recently seen properties achieving record prices. A popular promenade stretches all the way along the bays and coves and the area hosts some of Malta’s best hotels, Casinos and eateries.
The town is subdivided into informal districts which are Paceville, Ta’ Ġiorni, Tal-Għoqod and St Andrew’s, as well as the regions surrounding St George’s Bay, Spinola Bay, Balluta Bay, and Il-Qaliet cliffs. St Julian’s is a tourist destination, especially during the summer months. It is a well-sought after destination by the Maltese.
The Portomaso Business Tower, a landmark, is Malta’s current tallest building at a height of 97.54 metres. The earliest documentary evidence of a church is of the pastoral visit of Bishop Tommaso Gargallo which says it built in 1580 and was dedicated to Saint Julian.
Up till the nineteenth and early twentieth century, St. Julians was a very peaceful coastal town known for its Latin architecture, such as the Spinola Palace. The building of the palace in 1688 is regarded as the stepping stone for the coastal reclamation of San Ġiljan.
The patron saint is St. Julian and the festa is held on the last Sundays of July and August.