Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are honeymooning on the fabulous islands of Malta after their secret wedding in France while shooting their new raunchy blockbuster film By the Sea.
Famed for its natural rugged landscapes, clear Mediterranean waters, natural wildlife and year round sunshine, the Maltese Archipelago spans in 7,000 years of rich eventful history and culture is the perfect destination for a honeymoon.
Just in case Brangelina can't think of things to do, we thought we'd give our top five suggestions for honeymooners and holidaymakers in Malta.
Take a boat trip along the Maltese coast
A perfect way for the newlyweds and their family to appreciate the beauty of the Maltese coastline is a unique boat trip around the islands. Discover pristine beaches, mysterious caves and historical landmarks all set in the magical waters of the Mediterranean blue sea.
Go swimming at San Blas Bay
For a more secluded swim, they can check out the pretty and tranquil beach of San Blas. This beautiful beach known for its red sand and clear azure waters, perfect for snorkeling and swimming.
Go diving in Gozo
A fun activity for the Pitt - Jolie family and the perfect paradise for snorkelers and divers. They can explore a range of wonderful dive sites including Blue Hole in Gozo or explore an exciting mix of historical wrecks, caves and coral reefs.
Look through the Azure Window
Brangelina and their family cannot leave Gozo without a visit to the Azure window, a spectacular natural landmark in Dwejra and one of Malta's most stunning sites. take in this majestic sight at sunset, with a charming backdrop of sheer dramatic cliffs making the whole area picture postcard perfect.
Visit the Ggantija Temples
For an interesting family day out take a trip to one of the most important archaeological sites in the Maltese Islands, the majestic Ġgantija Temples. They can discover what makes Ġgantija a world-class archaeological treasure, immerse themselves in the history of the oldest freestanding structures in the world predating the Pyramids of Egypt by some 1,000 years.
And now take a look at our lovely picture gallery of Malta!