Discover the beautiful Mediterranean archipelago that sits between Sicily and the North African coast. Malta is known for its rich history, neolithic temples, gorgeous beaches and amazing caves. The streets are incredibly vibrant and the culture is so magnetic, as we walk through the streets you can see the history of Malta painted across the architecture. We took Auguste to Valletta, the capital city where our campaign Amara took place. Here’s everything we loved about Malta and our must-do list while you’re there.
Take a journey through the history of Malta with the traditional and authentic restaurant Rubino. Situated in Valletta, Rubino finds its roots set firmly in 1906. With a romantic and exclusive atmosphere, you can indulge in classic Maltese and Italian dishes with unique flavours and wholesome ingredients. Be sure to book so you don’t miss out!
Things To See: Island of Gozo
Part of the Malta archipelago, the island of Gozo is an absolute must-see. Home to some of the oldest religious structures in the world, like the incredible neolithic Ggantija temples (which we highly recommend checking out). The island also offers dramatic orange-red sand beaches and incredible snorkelling at Ramla Bay. Getting around the island can be fun too, with rickety old buses being the preferred mode of transport.
There is no shortage of incredible places to stay in Malta and this will really depend on your budget and what you are looking for in your accommodation. Are you someone who likes to lay by the pool and enjoy the amenities or is accommodation just a place to rest your head, because let's face it, there is so much to see and do? Personally, we love the best of both worlds, that’s why we stayed at the Palazzo Consiglia. A traditional Maltese townhouse converted into a modern boutique hotel, the Palazzo is situated in the heart of Valletta surrounded by incredible architecture and attractions. Oh, and did we mention the rooftop pool and spa.
The locals of Malta know how to put on a good sunset BBQ. Friday evenings are spent with friends by the ocean - swimming, drinking and laughing over a BBQ of delicious Maltese food. This occurs all around the island but our favourite spots were The Rocks and Paradise Exiles. We had so much fun getting to know some of the local community, the energy was so vibrant and carefree.
What To Wear: It’s a no-brainer!
Do we even have to say? Our latest collection Amara has been imagined through the lens of idyllic holidays past - the sensual palette of sun-kissed, muted tones celebrates effortless femininity. Amara is designed for the endless dreamer, the nomadic soul, each piece as unique as its wearer. Pack your favourite pieces before your flight to Malta.