Malta: Moving On, Up & Away

Shops that Deliver to Malta

Shopping in Malta is pretty limited. It’s a tiny island and, whilst the selection of stores is improving every year, they don’t always offer the full ranges and you’ll find that shopping in Malta is often more expensive than elsewhere in Europe. For this reason, I always recommend online shopping when living in Malta. Most online shops deliver to Malta and, even better, delivery to Malta is often free and usually fast and reliable.

Online shopping to Malta is fast, convenient and even if the store is based here on the island, it’s usually cheaper online, so make sure to check before making any purchases. Save yourself some money, grab a bargain and give yourself the biggest selection of brands possible.

Health and Beauty Online Store in Malta

VJ Salomone– Find loads of cool brands of haircare, healthy foods, male grooming, skincare, kichenwear and more. They’re based in Malta so shipping is fast and reliable and you can buy things that can’t be shipped here internationally such as hairspray.

Clothing Sites that Deliver to Malta

boohoo.com– FREE DELIVERY AVAILABLE

New Look– FREE DELIVERY AVAILABLE

Bravissimo

Coast

Little Mistress

In Love With Fashion

Ann Summers

Cosmetics Sites that Deliver to Malta

Allbeauty (formerly CheapSmells)- FREE DELIVERY AVAILABLE

Look Fantastic– FREE DELIVERY ON ALL ORDERS

Feel Unique– FREE DELIVERY ON ALL ORDERS

Department Stores Sites that Deliver to Malta

The Hut– £0.99 DELIVERY AVAILABLE

John Lewis– only certain items

The White Company– FREE DELIVERY AVAILABLE

When it comes to online shopping to Malta I have some tips and advice;

  • Always opt for recorded/tracked delivery where possible.
  • Be prepared for some wait times. Deliveries usually arrive in Malta quickly but things can be slow on this end.
  • Check online, even if the store is based in Malta.
  • Never change the websites currency to EUR. The conversions are always bad. Shop in the native currency- your bank will give the best exchange rate.

That being said, it’s always good to support the local economy by shopping on the island when it makes sense. To see what stores and independent brands are available in Malta, check out my ‘Malta Gift Guide‘ posts.

3 Comments

  1. Alex

    Hopefully Lidl is going to open more stores in northern Malta, like in St Paul’s Bay, pretty soon. I know we need them!

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    1. Rhi (Post author)

      Yesss that would be amazing!

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  2. Danielle Whatley

    Hi there. We are moving to Gozo next year and the acquisition of quality goods was worrying me (John Lewis!!) Thanks for your informative post. I’d love it if you’d keep an eye on our blog as it grows – I think you might have answers to some of our conundrums!

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