An interesting aspect of the Great Siege of Malta is the tale of two adversaries, the ageing Grand Master Jean Parisot de la Valette, and his contemporary, the Barbary corsair Dragut Reis who commanded the fleet of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent…
St. Paul’s Bay coat of arms includes a rarely seen heraldic device in Malta, the viper. This symbolises the snake that, according to historians and religious literature, attacked the apostle Paul when he was shipwrecked close to Malta, more precisely near islands that were eventually named for St. Paul. The sword is also symbolic to St. Paul as it indicates the manner of his martyrdom, beheading by sword.
With both indoor and outdoor pools you can swim whatever the season
Wide variety of channels from UK, Italy, France, Germany and Malta
Wide variety of food served within the resort property
Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the hotel