In Sept 2022, JobMatch arrived in Malta late in the evening directly with a flight from Brussels, Belgium.

Next day in the morning, the group was accompanied to the capital city of Valletta where clients got to explore the city through a gastronomical journey together by our story-telling guides. The smell of the traditional savoury pastry filled with ricotta or curried peas and freshly brewed coffee filled the corridors of the Lower Baracca Gardens over looking the Grand Harbour. The colourful street decorations of St Lucy Street were the backdrop of a craft beer tasting, whilst in one of the capital’s square, the group tasted local sweet aromas.




The George Hotel, St. Julians

As the church bells rang mid-day, we directed the group to the Grand Harbour, where a Gullet was waiting for the group for their transfer to our sister island of Gozo.

A mouth watering lunch was served on board whilst navigating northbound followed by a swim stop at the Blue Lagoon. Upon their arrival in Gozo, the group was split in groups of 6, with each group given a self driven jeep. After a short briefing we headed off for a discover of the islands’ hotspots.
Right before sunset, we arrived at Qbajjar, where the salt pans, which are still used until today, hug the northern part of the island’s coast.  The magical table-setup, the tunes of our talented guitarist, the hundreds of candles flickering on the salt pans and the dishes prepared by our exclusive caterer formed the perfect elements for a memorable evening. Although it was night, it wasn’t late enough for more surprises.
After a short transfer of 15 minutes, we arrived once again at Mgarr Harbour, where the same gullet that accompanied us on the island, was waiting for us, but this time equipped with a DJ, saxophonist and some ambiance lighting for an after dinner party whilst sailing back to the hotel. Once landed in St Julians, those clients who had some energy left, were directed towards VIP booths, exclusively reserved for them at Hugo’s Terrace, where Champagne bottles with sparklers were served to the clients upon their arrival as a final celebration.
On the last day, we visited the old capital city of Mdina, where clients were given some free time for shopping, followed by a short transfer to Meridiana Wine Estate.  Once on the estate, the group was greeted by a wine connoisseur who showed the ground around the vineyards and explained in short the wine-making process. The group was then escorted to the terrace where a buffet lunch was waiting for them after which we headed to the airport for the return transfer.


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