Malta | October 11 - 13 2024

Explore Malta

Stunning beaches, a vibrant food culture, historic cities and perfect holiday weather: the ancient island has it all. Besides enjoying multiple sets from your favourite artists, you’ll have time to explore, savour local flavours and stay in accommodation that suits your style – there’s something for everyone.

Here’s a brief guide to this beautiful country.

Music Schedule

Thursday, October 10

17:00 - Midnight: The Vineyard

Join us for a unique opening night party in a stunning Maltese Vineyard.

Friday, October 11

16:00 - 04:00: UNO

Dance beneath the stars at Malta’s renowned open-air club.

Saturday, October 12

12:00 - 20:00: Buskett Gardens

Discover the island’s hidden oasis during a sun-soaked day party.

20:00 - 04:00: UNO

Return to UNO for another special night under the stars.

Sunday, October 13

12:00 - 22:00: Café del Mar

Soak up the views of the Mediterranean Sea while enjoying our final day of programming.

12:00 - 15:00: Boat Party #1

15:30 - 18:30: Boat Party #2

19:00 - 22:00: Boat Party #3

(All boat parties are now sold out)

Where to Stay

There are no official hotel partners for Anjunadeep Malta, so feel free to stay wherever you like. There are options to suit everyone across the island.

We recommend staying in:

  • St. Paul’s Bay

  • Bugibba

  • Qawara

  • St. Julian’s

  • Sliema

  • Valletta

Where to Eat

There’s a deep pride in the quality and locality of the produce found in Malta.

We recommend:

  • Jonathan Brincat’s Michelin star restaurant, Noni, which occupies a 250-year-old building in Valletta.

  • Award-winning resturant LOA, nestled in St. Paul’s Bay right by Café del Mar.

  • Family-run trattoria, Villa Bologna. Located in the centre of the island, close to UNO & The Vineyard.

  • Taste the modern flavours of the Mediterranean at SAMIZU, situated by the water’s edge at the majestic fortifications of Valletta.

  • Stop by Made In Sud at St. Paul’s Bay for the best pizza on the island.

  • Enjoy fresh seafood and local produce with views of the sea and historical Fort St. Angelo at Terrone.

  • For those with a sweet tooth, Krepree is famous for its sweet and savoury crepes, mini pancakes and waffles.

What to Do

(other than dancing)

Malta has it all: picturesque beaches, historical cities and a compelling food culture.

Here are some must-visit places during your stay:

  • Wander the ancient streets of Valletta.

  • Bask in the Blue Lagoon and explore the scarcely inhabited Comino island.

  • Explore the Ġgantija Temples.

  • Tour the abandoned film set, Popeye’s Village.

  • Get lost in Mdina, Malta’s ‘silent city’.

  • Laze by one of Malta’s many beautiful beaches. Some of our favourites include Għajn Tuffieħa Bay, Mellieħa Bay or Qawra Point Beach.