Malta is calling…
Malta, situated at the heart of the Mediterranean, is known for its rich and vast history. Basking in the sunshine for three hundred days a year, the Maltese Islands present stunning coastlines and is home to some of the oldest structures in the world. Lavish in stunning venues, breath-taking landscapes, and mouth-watering cuisine, it is no shock that Malta is a perfect MICE destination.
Given its rich history, there are so many stunning venues across the Maltese Islands that offer endless opportunities for your next meeting, conference or event.
First up, we have the remarkable Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz, Gozo. Located close to the iconic ‘Dwejra Bay’ on Malta’s tranquil sister island of Gozo, this 5-star resort features 137 rustic rooms and suites along with a range of distinct dining venues catering for a range of occasions. This luxurious location offers a range of spaces that are ideal for incentives, private events, meetings and weddings.
Next, we have Ferramolino’s Cavalier, located in Fort St Angelo’s uppermost area. This location is perfect for events, particularly during summer nights. Exhibiting majestic views in a truly rustic setting that are sure to leave your guests with long lasting memories of an unforgettable occasion.
The Ggantija Temples UNESCO World Heritage Site is a unique prehistoric monument situated at the centre of an extraordinary landscape of Xaghra plateau on the island of Gozo. The outside areas here make this space suitable for outdoor incentive events, formal dinners and receptions, against the breath-taking backdrop of the Ggantija UNESCO WHS monument.
Located in the prime area of St George’s Bay in St Julians and just seven kilometers from Valletta, InterContinental Malta is the destination’s leading luxury hotel. InterContinental Malta boasts an exquisite contemporary and chic conference centre that accommodates for 1,700 guests, along with 24 meeting rooms. The InterContinental Insider Collection provides a range of delegate experiences that draw on their local knowledge of Malta to create authentic and engaging meetings, conferences and experiences.
Finally, we have the grandiose Palazzo Parisio. Which is one of Malta’s most gorgeous and desirable destinations for luxury. This spectacular 18th century private house is known for its immaculate gardens and alluring rooms. This venue provides a fabulous and memorable destination for meetings, corporate events, and landmark celebrations. You can even take your event to the next level by immersing yourself in the bliss of the Mediterranean onboard yacht JUPJU which is available for day and overnight experiences of up to eight guests!
Maltese cuisine is the result of a seven-thousand-year relationship with the many civilisations who have populated the Maltese islands. An impressive melting pot of cultures made of the Sicilians, Romans, Spanish and French have influenced the incredibly unique blend of Maltese cuisine. Due to its location at the heart of the Mediterranean, seafood has obviously become a staple in Maltese cooking. The year-round warm climate allows visitors to a gorgeous alfresco dining experience, feasting on an array of the freshest of seafood. Recently Malta has been gaining international recognition as an emerging wine region. Although, not producing enough wine to export, you must indulge in a glass of red, white or rosé wine whilst you visit, the delicious taste will draw you back time and time again.
Malta’s location at the heart of the sparkling Mediterranean, makes it a diving hotspot and was awarded second place in the ‘Best Diving Destination’ in the world category at the Diver Awards in 2018. Which is idyllic for snorkelling, kayaking and swimming; whilst its topographical island landscape motivates rock-climbing, horse riding and mountain-climbing. Making it a perfect destination for team building incentives!
While visiting Malta, you must explore seven thousand years’ worth of history. The islands’ scenery and architecture provide an impressive cultural experience to explore megaliths, medieval dungeons and ancient cities. Three UNESCO World Heritage Sites can be found on the Maltese Islands: the Megalithic Temples, Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum and the City of Valletta.
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