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Weddings in Gozo

Gozo – An ideal wedding destination

Sun, Sea, Food, People, History, Culture – A perfect blend of Gozitan ingredients for the ultimate wedding and honeymoon.

Want a picture perfect wedding on an idyllic sunshine isle, ideally set for romance? If you are newly engaged and looking for wedding locations, Gozo in the heart of the Mediterranean is a go-to, gorgeous, hassle-free wedding destination.

Perfect wedding weather

As an assured sun-soaked island Gozo guarantees 300 days of sunshine yearly. So, couples marrying here can count on plenty of sunny days ahead. As a popular year-round holiday destination, there´s always ample accommodation available for your wedding guests, and, because the island is only 67 km2, each village is just a 20 minute drive away. So, when it comes to wedding practicalities and logistics, although small Gozo can deliver big; offering you everything you´ll need and more when planning your perfect wedding day.

Same-sex marriages

As a progressive Maltese island, Gozo celebrates love as an essential component to life, whatever form it takes, regardless of the age or sex of the couple. In September 2017, Malta enacted the law allowing same-sex marriages. Malta, also leads the way in Europe for gay rights and for LGBTIQ equality.

Gozo, an island filled with love

For centuries our island has captivated visitors, who fall in love with our crystal blue waters, rugged natural landscapes, ancient architecture, vibrant culture and welcoming way of life. With an array of dramatic, beautiful backdrops to choose from, its no wonder Gozo has such a history of happy “I Do´s” behind it.

Our highly experienced wedding planners and marriage venues consistently go the extra mile to ensure each wedding ceremony performed here is bespoke and personal, characterizing the story of your joyful romance, as you journey into married life.

Honeymoons and Happy Ever After

As an assured sun-soaked island Gozo guarantees 300 days of sunshine yearly. So, couples marrying here can count on plenty of sunny days ahead. As a popular year-round holiday destination, there´s always ample accommodation available for your wedding guests, and, because the island is only 67 km2, each village is just a 20 minute drive away. So, when it comes to wedding practicalities and logistics, although small Gozo can deliver big; offering you everything you´ll need and more when planning your perfect wedding day.

Experienced vendors to realize your dreams

Nowadays, weddings take many different forms, they can be laid back and low-key or lavish and high-brow; bohemian, contemporary, rustic, vintage or classic. Whatever your anticipated wedding theme, Gozo´s multiple venues offer up a picturesque backdrop for your ceremony, and include converted farmhouses, coastal retreats, cliff-top hotels and charming chapels – along with a host of other characterful settings.

Once your vows are taken and its time to feed your guests, let Gozo´s mouthwatering Mediterranean cuisine provide the perfect food moments for your wedding. Our highly experienced professional caterers enjoy creating bespoke menu´s from our magnificent seasonal ingredients which support your wedding theme and budget. While miles away from home, you´ll also want reassurance that key memorable moments from your special day will be captured perfectly. For years, Gozo´s raw natural beauty has attracted photographers, film-makers and videographers, who set up home here and have extensive expertise in working with our light, landscapes and charismatic nature. You can be confident that your wedding photographs will definitely have the wow factor!

Wedding & honeymoon services in Gozo
  • Bachelor & Bachelorette Nights
  • Fireworks
  • Florists
  • Groom’s Suit
  • Guest transportation & accommodation
  • Honeymoon arrangements
  • Invitation design and printing
  • Limousines/antique cars/horse drawn carriages 
  • Make-up and hair stylists 
  • Marquees 
  • Music
  • Reception venues
  • Wedding cake
  • Wedding Certificates
  • Wedding Co-ordinators
  • Wedding dress/Bridesmaids’ dressess
  • Wedding rings
  • Wedding Souvenirs (guests gifts)
  • Video & Photography

Legal Formalities

The Marriage Registry regulates all marriages celebrated in Malta and Gozo, whether religious or civil. The Marriage Registry was established on the 12th August 1975, the year in which the Marriage Act was enacted. The Act regulates all marriages in the Maltese Islands and also introduced civil marriages.
Couples opting to get married in Gozo have both civil and religious ceremonies in their basket of options. In both cases, processing of legal formalities can be performed in advance from your home country, and the relevant authorities shall be guiding you step by step accordingly.
Between three (3) months and six (6) weeks before marriage date, the couple should make a request for the publication of marriage banns at the Public Registry. This applies for both Civil and Religious Marriage. To obtain the relevant guidance, kindly refer to the following contact details:
Civil Marriages

Gozo Public Registry by phoning on 356 22156385 or by sending an email at [email protected]

Religious Marriages
For more information about Religious Marriages please follow the link below

Local Council

Those couples officializing their special bond together through a Civil Marriage can also make arrangements with respective Local Councils in Gozo to delegate the marriage service to the Mayor. In Gozo there are 14 Local Councils and it is important that should you opt to hold a wedding function in a public space, the necessary permit is obtained from that Local Council. This is a very simple procedure. In order to make it simpler for you, we invite you to communicate with the Gozo Regional Council – Reġjun Għawdex, who shall direct you to the appropriate Local Council based on the locality of your choosing.

Address:

Gozo Regional Office
The Duke Business Centre
10th June 1887 Street, Victoria,
Gozo – VCT 1017

Email Address:

Telephone:

+356 21561798

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