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Wedding Venues in the Maltese Islands
You can say we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to wedding venues in Malta!
You will find a good number of modern halls with contemporary décor, either as stand-alone venues or as part of five-star international hotel chains that offer a wider experience, including overnight stays for you as a couple and/or for your guests. These venues appeal to both the young, and the young at heart, those who like clean lines and fashionable interiors.
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Malta is hailed as an open-air museum, with a wealth of heritage sites available to rest for the most distinguished of weddings. From sites built by the Knights of Malta to palazzos from a later era, Rococo style villas, buildings that show the Maltese limestone in all its glory and museums, your only difficulty will be choosing the venue that best reflects your tastes!
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With Malta’s mild climate and over 300 days of sunshine, an outdoor wedding can be organised whatever the season. While most venues have attractive outdoor spaces, including pools if they are modern, one can also choose from a number of beautiful gardens, if a romantic wedding is what you’re after.
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For those in love with sand and sea, Malta’s beaches are perfect for more informal gatherings. Don your white linen and go for Bedouin style décor, shimmering lanterns and fire throwers for that hip event that will ensure all guests will have a superb time!
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Many upmarket restaurants offer exclusive sit-down set-ups organised especially for weddings. With a number of Michelin Star places.
THE SALUTING BATTERY
A TRADITION OF CANNON
Breath-taking views in a venue alive with history.
The Saluting Battery in Valletta is perched on the bastions below the Upper Barakka Gardens facing the majestic Grand Harbour. This venue proudly represents the oldest saluting battery still in operation in the world. This location also enjoys unparalleled views, atmosphere, history and a spectacular
outdoor location, ranking it highly amongst the most sought-after event venues on the island.
A GEM IN ATTARD
A dream-like Baroque villa surrounded by pristine grounds. Dating back to 1745, Villa Bologna is one of Malta’s most elegant and fine examples of aristocratic living in times gone by. The villa today retains an enchanted atmosphere with stately halls and landscaped gardens, all within the serene centre of the village of Attard, also home to the Presidential Palace and the beautiful San Anton Gardens.
AN EXCLUSIVE CLUB
Crystal chandeliers, parquet floors and antique paintings are only the very beginning of what to expect from this spectacular venue located in the heart of the capital city of Valletta. Originally used as the treasury of the Knights of St John, today the exclusive Casino Maltese retains most of its original 16th Century features with its grand staircase, beautiful halls and imposing ballroom.
LOWER BARAKKA GARDENS
A LOCATION WITH A VIEW
Built in the 16th century, the Lower Barrakka Gardens are a fabulous place for a wedding reception in Malta. These Gardens offer a breath-taking panoramic view of the Grand Harbour and the Three Cities.
A BAROQUE GEM
Described as a miniature Versailles, Palazzo Parisio's significance as a cultural contribution to the Malta's heritage is overwhelming. Every room or hall, each landing and corridor, the ornate gilded and mirrored ballroom, the music room, the lavishly decorated ceilings, murals and frescoes, fine stucco work and every painting and chandelier - even the marble of the grand staircase - bears tribute to one man's original inspirations and aspirations, and to the generations that followed.
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