Have you always dreamt about walking in the footsteps of celebrities? On your big day, you can make this dream become a reality. If you just want a background for your photo shoot from ‘By the Sea’, Malta is the place to make this happen. Incorporate what you love into your wedding.
Your production in Malta
With a historical natural diversity and landmarks like no other, we guarantee a backdrop that will remain a beautiful and amazing experience.
The principle reasons for choosing Malta is because of its oldest known histories in the world dating back an estimated 7000 years. Visit the cities of Malta and see how they have transformed into modern art whilst still keeping the authentic appearance from the medieval era. Malta is a perfect place to produce exquisite and beautiful photo shoots.
As Malta is in the Mediterranean it is a warm summer climate mostly all year round. The beaches vary in the landscape. The Island has both sandy and rocky beaches with dark blue or turquoise water, just looking at the water mesmerises you. The island offers locations that range from grand fortified harbours, impressive cliffs, tranquil sheltered bays and quaint old villages to ultra-modern interiors, magnificent Baroque palaces, terraced fields and ancient walled fortifications.
Blockbuster film locations
Visit and experience these divine locations, full of historical culture and natural beauty. Delve into the past and walk down memory lane. The famous blockbuster movies engraved into the destination.
Dwejra Bay, also known for the beautiful scenery of Azure window, although sadly it no longer remains. However, there is still so much to see here. Whether you just want to look out at the vastness of the Mediterranean Sea or to visit the Dwejra watch tower and Fungus Rock. The bay itself is relaxingly beautiful with a serene view of calm waters and traditional coloured Maltese boats. For the fans of the Game of Thrones, a few of the episodes were shot at Dwejra Bay, and the famous Hollywood movie Clash of Titans also used the same location.
Credit: Game of Thrones, Pinterest
Valletta is a UNESCO world heritage site and the modern day capital of Malta. It is both a great fortress and a masterpiece of art. Originally, the ‘city built by gentlemen for gentlemen’ is full of culture and variety of movies were shot here. The most famous movies are ‘Count of Monte Cristo’ and ‘Munich’. The most recent movies that were filmed here were World War Z and the 2016 Assassin’s Creed. Assassin’s Creed was filmed in the national library, St. Augustine Church and the Grandmaster’s Palace.
Credit: Assassin’s Creed, Maltatoday
A paradise island that is virtually uninhabited. Comino has only 1 hotel on the island and is only 3.5 kilometres and has only 3 beaches. One of these beaches is the famous Blue Lagoon that has beautiful turquoise waters. Many movies were filmed here, one being the famous Troy and Cutthroat Island. Others include Gladiator, Swept Away and the TV series Helen Of Troy.
Credit: Cutthroat Island, Times of Malta
Mgarr Ix-Xini, Gozo
Mgarr Ix-Xini is a small, but very picturesque bay set within a creek and a steep-sided natural valley. It is one of the most secluded beaches in pretty Gozo. It also offers tranquillity and beautiful views to all of its guests. Many people come here to visit the area as it is known from the Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt film ‘By the Sea’.
Fort St Elmo
A star fort in Valletta which stands on the seaward shore of the Sciberras Peninsula that divides Marsamxett Harbour from Grand Harbour. It also commands the entrances to both harbours along with Fort Tigné and Fort Rinella. The fort was used for the movies Midnight Express and World War Z.
Credit: Midnight Express, Times of Malta
The history of Mdina traces back more than 4000 years. According to belief, it was here that in 60 A.D. the Apostle St. Paul lived after being shipwrecked on the Islands. Mdina, also named “the silent city”, use lit lamps at night giving it that romantic effect. It is fascinating to visit for its timeless atmosphere as well as its cultural and religious treasures. Mdina is famous for many movies such as Cutthroat Island, Count of Monte Cristo and also includes the TV series Game of Thrones and The Death of Kinghoofer.
The name gives it away for what this is famous for. The popular old animation TV show Popeye was turned into a movie into 1979 with the starring cast of Robin Williams as Popeye and Shelly Duvall as the beauty Olive. Popeye’sVillage (Sweethaven) is on the northwestern side of Malta. It is also famous for the vibrant coloured ram shackled buildings and its cartoon features.
In the centre of Naxxar, opposite the church, the Palazzo Parisio was built in the 19th century as a private residence. As of today the Palazzo and Gardens are now open to the public and is a famous Maltese wedding venue. It has been used for movies through the years such as the BBC drama Byron and the Count of Monte Cristo.
The Cittadella a late medieval, hilltop city, which encloses a number of historic buildings, offers an unforgettable view of Gozo. It has been a popular screen location, most recently for the BBC’s Byron, in which is used for a fort in Greece, 1811.
One of Gozo’s most beautiful and peaceful beaches. The golden sands of Ramla Bay were the location for one of the most dramatic moments in the BBC’s biographical drama Byron. A scene showing the flaming funeral pyre of the poet Shelley. Not far from the beach is Calypso Cave. The legend goes the Odysseus stayed in this cave with the nymph Calypso for many years before returning to his wife.
You are no longer a nomination but a winner!
Your wedding coordinator will ensure that you have the perfect wedding. We will give you the best advice we can offer. We will help you choose your wedding venues or decorations and colour schemes. You and your groom will become the shining stars of your special day, ‘It’s all about you’.