Don't you underestimate Malta for its near insignificant size! Floating on the Mediterranean and lying to the south of Sicily it has already carved out a niche for itself in the world market as a booming holiday hotspot.
Warm temperate climate of Malta gets merrier in winter attracting thousands of tourists
every year. So if you are searching for a perfect locale to host your wedding ceremony, Malta has a lot to offer ranging from prehistoric temples to baroque churches. Come and experience Christmas Weddings In Malta.
- Church Wedding with a difference is what Malta has to offer. Cave churches around the islands are the most popular places where weddings are conducted as it lends a mysterious touch while retaining the conventional style at the same time. The grotto at Mellieha, the Shrine of the Nativity of Our Lady of Mellieha, and the cave Chapel on the outskirts of Mosta dedicated to Our Lady of Hope are the most sought after locales.
- Cathedrals at Mdina and Gozo and Churches at St John's Cathedral,Cathedral of the Assumption(Victoria, Gozo), Old St Gregory's and St Catherine ( Zejtun), churches of San Lawrenz, Vittoriosa, Church of St John the Baptist at Xewkija provides wedding facilities.
- If the rural landscape in Malta attracts you, opt for resorts that overlook the sandy beaches of Mellieha or organize a ceremony overlooking the St Paul's Bay, Golden Bay, Ghajn Tuffieha and Paradise Bay. Some of the top notch resorts are Sliema, Bugibba, Qawra and St Julian's in Malta and Marsalforn and Xlendi in Gozo are the main resorts.
- Medieval fortified towns of Mdina and Cittadella, Gozo let out large palaces and Town hall hotels and even farmhouses and cottages for wedding purposes
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