Plan your Wedding & Honeymoon at a Premier Destination – Malta
30 April 2019

Becoming a newlywed in Malta is becoming increasingly more popular and is such an appealing wedding location because couples crave the authentic Mediterranean and Maltese feel. The sunny gardens and euphoric atmosphere will take your breath away.

Whether you choose a traditional Maltese church, or you want a blissful hotel or beach ceremony, there is a diverse range of wedding venues in Malta and Gozo to suit you! Your wedding in Malta will be forever memorable!
Weddings in Gozo are just as popular as those on the mainland Malta because of its laid back and equable vibes, as well and it’s picturesque scenery; perfect for your dream wedding. We want your wedding day to be special and unique so we have an excellent selection of lavish venues and stunning sea view hotels.

Grand Hotel Gozo

Grand Hotel Gozo

With a number of breath-taking locations and resorts, the liberating atmosphere will blow your guests away. If you desire a divergent but ideally romantic experience with expert service then Malta/Gozo is definitely the perfect spot for you and your other half.

Is getting married abroad complicated? No additional headaches here, organising a wedding can be a stressful experience without the additional strains of getting married abroad but a great advantage about getting married in Malta and Gozo is that anyone can marry without being a resident of the country. Couples all over the world can legally get married here and the process is very fast and simple with minimal documents required.

Wedding in Malta

Wedding in Malta

The perfect setting

The great weather and abundance of spectacular resorts means you are spoiled for choice and can virtually have your wedding anywhere, anytime.

In Malta there is no need to second guess the weather and praying for the rain to stay away, the Maltese Mediterranean weather has very mild winters and warm to hot summers which means wedding-friendly weather all year-round! This also means a winter wedding could be a good option for you.

Winter Sunset in Malta

Winter Sunset in Malta

Weddings in Malta can be purely civil or can be held in a church ceremony. With over 365 churches to choose from in Malta and Gozo, a religious wedding would be celebrated in a church of your choice. If you are opting for a civil wedding you can choose from wedding halls, conference rooms and other public areas within hotel precincts.

Maltese Church Interior

Maltese Church Interior

Whether your guest list is small or large, we cater for groups of any size with many group offers available to make that stay affordable for the whole wedding party. Mix and match accommodation & venues or all in one place, just let us know and we can provide suggestions and assistance for any and all of your requirements.

If you don’t opt for a wedding in Malta or Gozo I couldn’t think of a better place to come for your honeymoon. Imagine spending the weeks after your wedding on the beautiful Maltese islands relaxing romantically. Spectacular views with special couple amenities, we offer state-of-the-art hotels and spas so you and your loved one can put your feet up and reminisce on your unforgettable wedding day. Enjoy mouth-watering meals and soak up all the wonderful culture Malta has to offer.

Honeymoon Hotels in Malta & Gozo

Honeymoon Hotels in Malta & Gozo

No wonder it is such a highly rated honeymoon destination in Europe. Not forgetting that Gozo is just a short 20-minute ferry ride from Malta, so whichever island you lean towards you are guaranteed an amazing experience!

What more do you want on your honeymoon than peaceful beaches, to die for sea views and excellent, friendly hotel staff? What a dream! So if you’re looking for a ravishingly aesthetic Mediterranean get away with your beloved one then a honeymoon in Malta or Gozo is by far the right choice for you.

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