Destination Wedding Planners Directorate
(DWPD) – Destination Wedding Planners Directorate Committee Members 2019 – 2020
Chairman Mr. Mauro Gasan
Vice Chairman Mr. Marvik Borg

Why a DWP?

Because of our knowledge, experience and buying power, using a destination management company is beneficial in more than one way. We’d like to explain to you how using our services works to your advantage.

A multitude of reasons why using the services of a Professional Destination Wedding Planners for your special event is definitely beneficial to you.

A Destination Wedding Planner is a company that specialises in the organisation and logistics of weddings in Malta. With their wide knowledge of the field, their many years of experience in organising such events and their imagination and creativity to create a tailor made special occasion.

We are able to provide special services which could include catering, souvenirs, local excursions, tailor made activities for the guests, entertainment, guides and hostess service, accommodation, transportation of any kind as well as any travel arrangements.

In other words we are able to provide a wide and comprehensive range of services and products that are essential for a unique and memorable wedding day. We will remain with you all the time and behind the scenes to ensure  that everything runs smoothly and according to plan.


Why Malta?

Malta, a group of three small islands at the very centre of the Mediterranean – only 95 kilometres south of Sicily – has been attracting conference and incentive groups for years and a great variety of other visitors for centuries.

What makes the perfect conference and incentive destination?

• Easy access from European gateways
• Beautiful scenery, plenty of local colour
• Quality hotels
• A dry, warm climate, beaches, water sports and a clear sea
• An interesting history
• No language barriers
• Good communications
• Beautiful and romantic venues or locations, modern filming and photographic facilities,  and so many other services backed by exceptional staff.

Island’s Profile

Malta, at the crossroads of the Mediterranean, is replete with history and colour. Blessed with year-round sunshine and a temperate climate, it is a popular, friendly destination. It is also possible to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities such as golf, tennis, and cycling. Water sports enthusiasts will find all they need: swimming, wind surfing, water skiing, scuba diving and sailing. Trekking and walks around the Maltese countryside in winter provide a glimpse of the islands’ innate beauty. Maltese festa, a combination of religious festivity and popular celebration, are colourful and spectacular events that should not be missed.


The Maltese archipelago consists of three inhabited islands: Malta, Gozo, and Comino and two other uninhabited islands. They lie in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea, 95 kilometres south of Sicily and 288 kilometres north of Africa. The total area is 316 square kilometres (Malta – 246; Gozo – 67; Comino – 3).

Malta has neither mountains nor rivers. Characterised by a series of low hills with terraced fields on their slopes, Malta’s coastline has harbours, bays, creeks, sandy and rocky beaches and coves. There are 137 square kilometres of shoreline. The longest distance in Malta, from the south-east to the north-west, is 27 kilometres, and the widest distance is 14 kilometres in an east-westerly direction.

Gozo, the island of the nymph Calypso, is smaller than its sister island Malta. The countryside is greener, more spectacular and has a distinct character. Flat-topped hills dot the landscape, while the coast has rugged cliffs penetrated by steep valleys and beautiful bays. More rustic and quieter than Malta, it is 14 kilometres long and 7 kilometres at its widest point.

The smallest island, Comino, is home to a handful of farmers. Neither cars nor noisy activities disturb the peace. The many bays and rocky coves in Comino, plus its crystal clear water, are ideal for watersports such as snorkelling and diving. There is a regular ferry service to Comino.


There is no fog, snow or frost in Malta. There is an average rainfall of 51 centimetres annually. Sunshine averages 6.46 hours in winter and 10.11 hours in summer. The hottest period is July to September. Nights are regularly tempered by cool sea breezes.


Malta is one hour ahead of GMT.