Freedom Day is a Maltese national holiday celebrated annually on the 31st of March. This holiday marks the day when Malta officially became free from British occupation.
The Sette Giugno is a national holiday celebrated annually on the 7th of June. This day commemorates the tragic historical event when six people were killed in the wake of a riot against the British administration.
Victory Day is a national holiday celebrated annually on the 8th of September. The holiday commemorates Malta’s three greatest victories: The Great Siege in 1565, The Siege of Valletta in 1800 and The Second World War in 1943
Independence Day is an annually celebrated national holiday that marks the day Malta was granted its freedom from the British Empire’s rule on the 21st of September 1964.
Dun Karm Day
On this day, Malta celebrates the memory of Dun Karm Psaila, the author of the Maltese National Anthem and the island’s National Poet.
This event, usually held on the Sunday closest to the 11th of November (the day the Armistice was signed in 1918 bringing the end of the first world war),
Republic Day is an annually celebrated national holiday that commemorates the day Malta became a Republic State on the 13th December 1974. This day marks the election of Malta’s first ever president: Sir Anthony Mamo.