The city of St Paul's Bay is located between Bugibba and Qawra in the north of the island. Together they form Malta's largest tourist resort. Traditionally, St. Paul's Bay was known as a fishing village. The name of the village refers to the sinking of Saint Paul. According to the Bible, he was shipwrecked on an island while travelling from Caesarea to Rome and it is believed that this island was Malta. St. Paul would have introduced Christianity to Maltese.
The seaside offers a view of the open sea and the islands of St. Paul, the bay is dotted with colourful boats. You can swim on the beach of Perched in the blue and clear waters. There are also several other bathing sites on the rest of the rocky coast, all of which are ideal for snorkelling.
It is an ideal place to learn English if you like peace and nature, this place will allow you to immerse yourself in the English language.