Buġibba is a coastal town on Malta, in the region of St. Paul's Bay which consists of several small towns. The town is sandwiched between Burmarrad to the south, Qawra to the east and St. Paul's Bay to the east.
Buġibba, like Sliema, is where you can see the effect of mass-tourism on Malta. It is a coastal town which had much of its traditional housing replaced with unregulated buildings such as hotels and prefab rental apartments aimed at people coming there on package deals. It has little in the way of attractions or places of interest, but as it's close to a number of beaches, its population increases manyfold in the high season.
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