ST PAUL'S BAY
NORTH EAST REGION
The largest town in the north of the island, St. Paul’s name is derived from the belief that it is the location that the apostle Paul was left shipwrecked on his voyage from Caesarea to Rome.
Human residency of the region dates back to the fourth century BCE and includes the fascinating are the megalithic temples of Buġibba and Xemxija.
The town of St. Paul’s is renowned for being a highly popular tourist area, however there many popular areas of natural and historical beauty available in the region such as the local beaches, St. Paul's Island and Wardija Ridge.