1. Upper Barrakka Gardens
Pop the question at the iconic gardens with one of the greatest views in Malta as your backdrop.
Bonus points if you can time it with the cannons being fired for extra drama.
The ancient heart of our homeland has a quiet reverence to it. The place seems built specifically for grand events like battles, inaugurations… and perhaps proposals? Whether it’s in front of St.Pauls Cathedral or on the bastions overlooking the rest of the island, we’re sure you’ll find an amazing spot.
3. The Blue Lagoon (in winter)
The in winter part is important because it’ll be way too packed to have a private intimate moment in summer. But if you do manage to make your way to that little slice of paradise once the heat has calmed down, you’ll find yourself with a gorgeous private beach to declare your undying love.
4. Top Of The World, Għargħur
It’s a bit of a hike to get to, but this quiet spot gives you a panoramic view overlooking fields, cities and sea. Make the journey together to the top of this beloved hiking trail and ask your significant other if they’ll take one more journey with you.
5. San Anton Gardens
The legendary gardens of Attard have been home to famous film sets, local dramatic productions, and maybe one of your most cherished memories? Walk through avenues lined with towering trees and spy the peacocks strutting around the fountains, and get ready to take a knee.
6. The site of the Azure Window
Although the famous icon of Dwejra isn’t with us anymore, it’s still a gorgeous beach. Think of it as a symbol, your love lasted longer than the ancient arch of Gozo, and though it has gone its memory will last forever, just like your love.
BONUS: For you adventurous types, take a diving trip to the fallen remains of the Window, and propose underwater.
7. Wied Iż-Żurrieq
One Malta’s most naturally beautiful locations. Between The Blue Grotto, The wied itself, and the view of Filfla, you’ll be hard pressed to find a place that embodies the Maltese spirit more than here.
Rent out a boat and sail under the archway of the Grotto and have the crystal clear water frame the most important question you’ll ever ask