Bidnija is a rural hamlet between Mosta, St. Pauls Bay and Mgarr. It is located in the northern region of Malta and is home to roughly 308 people per 2008, the second least populated habitable zone on the Maltese islands after Mdina. It is located between two main valleys, Qannotta Valley and Pwales Valley, extending into other small valleys surrounding the area. It is largely a rural village surrounded by fields mainly belong to the inhabitants, although over the years other Maltese and foreigners have settled in the area generally for its countryside views.
At present, Bidnija is administered by local councils bridge and St. Pauls Bay. It is home to some horse riding, clay pigeon shooting club, and the Maltese restaurant with traditional rabbit stew. Bidnijas small Church dedicated to the Holy Family and its festival is celebrated in July.