Date Last Updated: 18th February 2023
Activities in Malta March 2023 brings you activities to enjoy with your family.
March is a wonderful time to visit Malta. Although the weather is still cold but at the same time we start experiencing fantastic hot clear days good for sunbathing. The Spring Equinox is a formidable experience to participate, understand the beauty of nature which was so much appreciated by our ancestors.
Below are the events for March in Malta.
Mużika Mużika Festival is a prestigious platform for Maltese songs in different genres of music such as ballads, rock, pop, r'n'b, jazz, blues, country and much more. Past editions of this festival have lost their way over time, with songs written by international authors and composers, English language lyrics and recorded music.
Thanks to this festival we will once again pay tribute to the Maltese language and our artists, by offering a space where Maltese music can be played and appreciated.
Through a live Orchestra and a fair and rigorous process for the selection of participants, this Festival is giving a high level outlet for Maltese Song. Three nights of music, celebrating our national language and the local talent that is so abundant; a very appropriate space for the Maltese Song.
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The Gualitana Festival is organized by the Gaulitanus Choir from Gozo, an annual springtime international festival of Music. It is spread over a period of around one month, now very established as a major artistic undertaking on the islands of Malta. It has always sought to create a podium to enrich Gozo’s cultural product in the quieter months of winter.
The activities are held at various locations from heritage site to open-air sites to the opera houses at the capital Rabat. The festival has a mix of live painting, art and literature, with vocal or instrumental lunchtime or evening occasions from classic to semi-classic, a mixture where you can find your interest to visit this island for some interesting time.
The festival reaches its climax with the OPERA+Weekend, a wealth of quality events surrounding the opera week.
Malta is a small island country in the Mediterranean, and March is a great time to visit. The weather in March is starting to warm up, and the island is not yet too crowded with tourists. There are plenty of activities to do in Malta in March, whether you are looking for outdoor adventures or cultural experiences.
What is better than roaming the streets of the capital by Segway. Travel through Valletta's streets exploring its rich history and unique baroque architecture. See well-known landmarks such as the Royal Opera House and St. John's Co-Cathedral. A visit to the Malta Experience where you will see a story showing the highlights of Malta's 7000 years of immense history.
Discover one of Malta's oldest burial ground. Thousands of people visit every year. Hypogeum Malta is known to be one of the best preserved prehistoric sites in the world. An tour not to be missed. Tickets should be booked from weeks before. Make sure you get yours now!
Apart from these events mentioned on this page, you can find more activities in Malta for September from the following links.