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quaint countryside. For nature lovers, Malta’s beautiful sandy beaches provide a location like no other. In fact there are so many magical wedding destinations that choosing to get married in Malta is the easy part – the tricky bit is narrowing down the choices.

With all these alternatives it is recommended you speak with one of the numerous wedding planners based in Malta. With their knowledge of the region and expertise they can ensure a dream wedding matches any budget. They can help bring to light all the available options as well as explaining the cultural and legal aspects of getting married in Malta.

Accommodation With an abundance of luxury hotels, Malta offers visitors an amazing selection of accommodation. International brands such as Radisson Blu and Le Meridien in St Julians, Malta and Kempinski San Lawrenz in Gozo

have chosen to open beautiful properties. The stunning Hotel Phoenicia Malta and the Grand Hotel Excelsior, both situated close to the island’s capital, Valletta provide a luxurious stay; as do the Hotel Cavalieri in St Julians and Calypso Hotel in Gozo. Malta also offers a number of elegantly styled boutique hotels including The Xara Palace Relais & Chateaux, a grandiose 17th Century palazzo in Mdina, The Palace in Sliema and the Ta’ Cenc in Gozo. Be it traditional or modern, grand or boutique, there are resorts available to fit all tastes and budgets.


Although Malta is renowned for its relaxing ambience, there are still plenty of places to dance the night away. There is a large choice of venues, with the main nightlife locations situated in Valletta, Paceville and Bugibba. Not to mention a number of open air clubs, which are particularly popular on

Friday and Sunday nights, and are beginning to attract a wider crowd from across Europe. Also, with Malta’s warm climate, beach parties are very popular during the summer.

Food and drink Food is an important part of Maltese culture, and its geography and history has helped create a blend of Mediterranean flavours. With its Sicilian, Italian, Lebanese and North African influences, Malta has taken the bits from each to form its own distinct gastronomic identity. This is evident in many of the restaurants and bistros throughout Malta and Gozo.

From acclaimed restaurants to family run eateries, the focus remains on fresh, delicious produce and celebrates a rich culinary history that is still constantly evolving. For the culinary enthusiast is a great place to find out about the best ❥


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