Enjoy a relaxed wedding in Malta’s ideal climate and romantic scenic surroundings!
The cultural historic backdrop of the Maltese islands complements the timelessness of a serene marriage celebration and sumptuous reception, very much like a natural active film set, which captures and seals memories for ages to come.
Malta is an ideal destination both for those who wish to have a church wedding and those who would like a civil ceremony. Civil weddings in Malta can take place in several restaurant venues as well as exclusive villa locations.
The ‘Leonardo’ in the fishing village of Marsaxlokk with sea views, and overlooking the sea, enclosed within historically rich walls at Birzebbuga, is “Ferretti” which serves genuine Mediterranean cuisine…these are only two of a number of restaurant venues available for the civil marriage ceremony and reception celebration.
Other exclusive villa venues include ‘Il-Cortile’ in the town of Naxxar and ‘Palazzo Capua’ in the town of Sliema, and these are ideal for small, medium and large wedding parties.
There are also a multitude of unique churches on offer to couples interested in a church wedding, with respect to Catholic and ecumenical churches. Two examples are the St. Barbara Church and the St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral in the capital city of Valletta, which are very popular amongst British couples.
Couples spending their wedding and honeymoon in Malta will be able to tempt and tantalise their taste buds with the island’s delicious flavours and atmospheric restaurants. Experience the finest dining from Malta’s top chefs and enjoy sumptuous candlelit suppers in restaurants located both in Malta and Gozo, Malta’s sister island…only thirty minutes away by ferry.
For the ultimate in secluded romance, couples can escape onto the open crystal blue waters, secluded coves and blue lagoons by chartering a yacht. Malta’s location at the heart of the Mediterranean also makes it the ultimate yachting hub, with a number of harbours able to accommodate anything from small yachts to the biggest superyachts in the Mediterranean.
For those seeking romantic relaxation, the Maltese Islands are a pampering haven. Malta offers the latest treatments and facilities from algae body wraps, Thalasso therapies, balneo baths to hydrojet massages.
Should you tire of soaking up the sun or relaxing in a spa you will be kept entertained by cultural trips to Malta’s many UNESCO World Heritage sites, medieval churches and galleries or outdoor activities like water sports, climbing and cycling. Most hotels are situated close to cultural sights and places of interest, and getting around in Malta by public transport is very easy.
All in all, Malta is the best possible choice for the discerning couple who wish to marry in a historic English-speaking milieu, where their memories as an engaged couple culminate in a meaningful betrothal, carved in stone in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea.