Scented candles hand made in Malta
Birgu Candles are designed and inspired by the many wonderful sights and scents of the mediterranean islands of Malta, a destination brimming with sun, sea and centuries of culture.
Our scented candles are hand poured and made in-store in Malta. Natural wax along with divine fragrance notes that will transport you into a different space from the first burn. Our natural wax consists of rapeseed and coconut, it is completely free from paraffin, palm, beeswax and additives.
Our artisan products have been carefully designed and developed to light up your senses, creating a long-lasting and unmistakable aroma sure to compliment any setting.
Step Back In Time
Birgu Candlelight Company is set in the heart of Birgu in Malta. Our studio shop where we make our candles on-site can be found within the ancient walls of the Church of St. Lawrence, the first Collegiate Church of the Knights of St. John, dating back as far as the 16th Century.
Also known as Vittoriosa, Birgu is part of the area called The Three Cities comprising of Birgu, Isla and Bormla. All set behind huge defensive bastions, adjacent to the majestic Grand Harbour and Malta’s capital city Valletta.
Many events take place here each year, one of which is Birgu Fest which hosts the very special night of Birgu By Candlelight, a festival of light that illuminates the winding medieval streets with the gentle glow of thousands of candles...
Our Studio Shop
Birgu Candlelight Company
St. Lawrence's Church
Triq San Lawrenz
Monday: 10am - 6pm
Tuesday: 10am - 6pm
Thursday: 10am - 6pm
Friday: 10am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Sunday: 10am - 4pm
We offer co-branded and personalised items for yachts, hotels, restaurants and other businesses in Malta with the creation of custom branded corporate gifts. We also invite wholesale enquiries for our scented candles, reed diffusers and wax melts. Contact us to find out more about how we can work together.
Birgu Fest 2022 What's on? All the info for this year's Birgu By Candlelight, one of the prettiest and most photographed events in the Malta.