Honeymoons in Malta

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Malta Overview

Lying in between Sicily and North Africa, at the centre of the Mediterranean, are the historic islands of Malta and Gozo. Malta’s beautiful scenery and striking architecture presents a remarkable backdrop as the honey coloured stone sits against the clear blue sea. Sail in the grand harbour, exploring the Renaissance at the capital Valletta, or visit one of the many prehistoric attractions at the medieval walled city of Mdina. Gozo on the other hand boasts some of the top diving spots in the Mediterranean, a more laid back, smaller and quieter island with more emphasis on country life.

Key Facts for Malta

Currency: Euro

Capital: Valetta

Languages: Maltese, English

Flight time: 18 hours from Sydney

When to Honeymoon in Malta

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

Flight Information:
Malta is approx 3 hours from London with direct flights operated by British Airways

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Getting Married in Malta

If you're looking for a small intimate island that is bursting with history, full of stunning scenery, and enjoys plenty of sunshine, then why not consider Malta. Located in the Mediterranean just below Sicily, you'll find just 316 sq km of island with a colourful and interesting history which dates back 7,000 years. With a plethora of churches, palaces, castles, or beach side resorts, in which to exchange your vows, weddings abroad in Malta are very popular. There are also any number of lovely hotels or villas in which to host your reception or celebratory party.


Marriage Requirements


Getting married in Malta couldn't be easier. The Wedding Banns need to be published at the Registry Office in Valletta a minimum of 6 weeks before your intended wedding date and no more than 3 months before. The documents a couple will need include full birth certificates, a form RZ2 completed and signed (freedom to marry), a certificate of no-impediment, and copies of their passports. The Marriage Licence is released 10 days before the due wedding and can be collected on arrival in Malta. The wedding certificate is given out immediately after the ceremony has taken place. To learn more visit http://www.weddings-abroad-guide.com/legal-requirements-for-getting-married-in-malta.html

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