Whats On in Malta in March 2013
Our Whats On in Malta in March page details all the main events that are being held in Malta and Gozo during March 2013.
March is a wonderful month for visiting Malta.
You can rest assured that there will be plenty to see and do while you're holidaying on the Maltese islands.
If you haven't already done so, be sure to check out our
Things to Do in Malta
page for ideas and tips on how you can spend your time on the captivating Maltese islands.
Whats On in Malta March 2013
In Guardia & Alarme Re-Enactments
Both of these events are held periodically throughout the year, and both are held at St. John's Cavalier in Birgu.
The In Guardia parade in March will be held on the 3rd. While the Alarme re-enactment is going to be held on the 17th of March.
These two events are not to be missed if you're an avid military fan or you'd like to learn more about Malta's rich history!
For more information, you can either visit www.visitmalta.com or send them an email at email@example.com
Holy Week & Easter Sunday: From the 29th of March till the 31st of March 2013
Spending Easter in Malta? You're in for a treat because Easter season on the Maltese Islands is choc-a-block with festivals and events.
Check out our Easter in Malta section for more information.
Freedom Day Celebrations - 31st March 2013
On 31st March 1979 the last of the British forces left the Maltese Islands.
This day is known and celebrated as Freedom Day and is one of the five national holidays in Malta and Gozo.
Most of the activities on this day take place in Vittoriosa where a beautiful monument marks this important event in the history of Malta.
Vittoriosa Yacht Marina which is just a stone's throw away from the Freedom Day monument
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