A stunning venue on the bastions below the Upper Barrakka Gardens. Exclusively available through Corinthia Caterers, this spectacular location is soaked in history, and is perfect for giving your outdoor event an unforgettable twist. Among the most sought-after venues on the island, the Saluting Battery has been restored to its former glory by heritage trust Fondazzjoni Wirt Artna. It forms part of the city's old fortifications, which date back to 1566. If the view and history weren't enough to ensure an utterly unrivalled event, visit at noon when the midday gun display takes place, or add the firing of the historic cannons to your booking for an extra touch of drama.
A dream-like aristocratic villa situated within pristine grounds. Villa Bologna is probably the most elegant and grand of Malta’s fine aristocratic houses. Dating back to 1745, it was built as a dowry for a count’s daughter.
The Castello is available seven days a week for any occasion. With two wooden conservations, a beautifully landscaped garden, and ample parking areas, Castello Zammitello is undoubtedly an ideal venue for banqueting with that little bit more. This wonderful venue can welcome large groups of people up to 1,300 into the grounds.
The Mediterranean Conference Centre is an exclusive venue for groups to have an astonishing dinner. The venue, as a key heritage site in the capital of Malta, is ideal for the hosting of themed events with pageantry and performance, as well as exhibitions and press launches. This venue can welcome up to 1,900 people, reception style.
Are you an art lover or culture vulture holidaying in Malta? Well, you’ll be pleased to find that this Mediterranean island may be small, but it packs a punch when it comes to art and culture. Here are six recommended destinations to add to your itinerary to experience the best of Malta’s art scene.