Remarkable few days on the unique Maltese Islands, with various visits, places to explore and activities to indulge into.

This French conference started off with a plenary meeting upon arrival however after their meetings they got to explore the Maltese islands.

They had the opportunity to go to Gozo by speedboat and spend a whole day discovering this island on jeeps with a twist. They were given locations which they had to find and once on spot engage in fun activities such as mountain biking, canoeing, winetasting and a visit of the Citadel, which is one of Gozo’s iconic places to visit. The whole group was given the final destination, which was the salt pans, so that they could have lunch all together before heading to the next surprise. Mid afternoon we directed the group to Mgarr Harbour where a gullet was waiting for the group. Once all aboard we made our way to Malta with a stop at Blue Lagoon for a swim in the cyrstal blue sea.




Radisson Blu, St. Julians

The Capital city Valletta, an open-air museum, a unesco heritage site, worth a visit; an experience to remember


The group crossed to Valletta with a Luzzu (a typical Maltese fishing boat).  We had lunch in one of Valletta’s most prominent squares and after we visited the highlights of this beautiful city. Again, with another surprise, we got to see local artists at work and their traditional crafts and arts which are very rare nowadays to find. We ended the tour in Valletta with another surprise; a private concert solely for the group as the Manoel Theatre.

That evening, the vintage buses took the group to Castello Zammitello, an outstounding historical castle. In order to enchance the atmoshpere we brought torch bearers, lance bearers, trumpeteers, percussionists and Master of Cermonies all in costume. They were entertained by a caricaturists, close-up magicians and also had a cabaret show during dinner. All this was then follows by a DJ taking over for the after party. 


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