In Malta we have a vast selection of unique venues suitable for all sizes, from 2 till 3,000+. We have historical venues of whom some are UNESCO sites, modern and chic venues, traditional farmhouses, museums and finally seaside locations.
To our biggest advantage Malta is small in size, meaning that no venue is far away even if it’s on the other side of the island, it can be reached in less than an hour.
Reaching the venues can be fun and original than using the usual bus transfer; we can go by old vintage buses or by old timer limousines or also by sea. We can go by the Turkish gullets, speedboats or luzzus (which are typical Maltese fishing boat) which will sail along the Maltese shores to the final destination.
Most of the hotels in Malta offer their own venues however if you are looking for an off-site location, Malta has a number of places to offer. The Capital city of Valletta offers a number of venues with beautiful architecture and unique backdrops. Some examples of the many are the MCC, Casino Maltese, Lower Barrakka and Saluting battery. We have also other venues around the island each with their own characteristic, such as the Limestone Heritage in Siggiewi which is an old Maltese quarry turned into a venue, Razzett l-Abjad in San Gwann which is a typical Maltese farmhouse with vine yards and a pool, Café del Mar in Bugibba which is a modern venue just overlooking St.Pauls islands and much more.