Buġibba is a Maltese town, located by the sea on the north coast of the island, about ten kilometers from the capital Valletta. In 2006 a sandy beach was built, covering a part of the rocky coast and using imported sand.

In Bugibba you can find one of the casinos on the island of Malta; The city is also famous for its crepes, known throughout the island and equipped with international tourist attraction. The main artistic attraction is the Temple of Buġibba, a megalithic complex located within a hotel dating to about 6,000 years ago, discovered in 1928 by Themistocles Zammit.

The Bugibbians, known throughout the world for their warm hospitality, perform the Palio of Bugibba in the Easter period, a competition – in the form of a medieval equestrian rider – to which all Maltese towns take part.

Bugibba is the seat of the summer residence of the President George Abela and Edward Fenech-Adami.

Along with nearby Qawra and other places, Buġibba forms the Bay of St Paul.