Honeymoons in Malta

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Malta Overview

Lying in the centre of the Mediterranean between Sicily and North Africa the islands of Malta and Gozo are steeped in history. Malta’s scenery and architecture provide a striking backdrop as honey coloured stone sits against deep blue waters. Explore the beautiful Renaissance and Baroque capital Valletta, the medieval walled city of Mdina and the many prehistoric ruins. Gozo is a smaller, quieter island with more emphasis on rural life. It also has some of the best diving in the Mediterranean.

Key Facts for Malta

Currency: Euro

Capital: Valetta

Languages: Maltese, English

Flight time: 3 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Malta

The best time to visit Malta is from February to June and September and October.

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Getting Married in Malta

Malta is one of the most beautiful of the Mediterranean Islands and is located south of Sicily. Its rich history and fabulous climate make Malta the most perfect destination if you are looking to get married abroad, but not too far away from home.  The tiny island of Malta is just a direct 3 hour plane journey from the UK and has plenty of churches, chapels and beautiful venues to choose from when it comes to your nuptials and wedding ceremony. Getting around Malta is easy, and if you stay on for your honeymoon or your friends and family join you in Malta for your wedding there are plenty of sight seeing opportunities and beaches available to view and visit. You can have a beautiful wedding in Malta and the locals will welcome you with open arms.

Marriage Requirements


According to the said Law, a Request for the Publication of Banns (Form RZ1) must be received by this Registry earlier than six weeks but not more than three months before the date of the intended marriage.  The Request for the Publication of Banns must be accompanied by a Full Birth Certificates (showing parents' names) and the Declarations on Oath (Form RZ2). These declarations are to be signed, on separate forms, by each of the parties either in the presence of a Commissioner for Oaths attached to an Embassy of Malta in your country of residence or, alternatively, in the presence of a Commissioner for Oaths located in your country (E.g. a Solicitor, a Justice of the Peace, a Notary, etc.). It is absolutely necessary that the authorised person dates the declaration and affixes his/her personal stamp or seal.

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