Sicilia Outlet Village / Facebook

Sicilia Outlet Village on Monday announced that it will be running an exclusive promotion for Maltese residents to celebrate Independence Day.

The shopping village, located in Agira, Sicily, is a sought-after destination for Maltese shoppers, with many frequently making their way to the island to enjoy the discounts on designer apparel and footwear brands that it has to offer.

The promotion will run from 21st to 24th September, coinciding with the celebration of the Maltese public holiday. Select items from new collections are set to have further discounts on their outlet prices.

Such exclusive discounts have taken place during the holiday in the past, together with additional discounts on Freedom Day.

The stores which are participating in this year’s event are: Antony Morato, Caractère, Coach, Coccinelle, Datch, Diesel, Enrico Coeri, Facis, Flavio Castellani, Fracomina, Gap, Harmont & Blaine Junior, Hugo Boss, La Casa Italiana, Lovable, Marina Militare, Melluso, Oltre, Outly, Rebel Queen, Roncato, and Timberland.

Sicilia Outlet Village noted that the discounts are valid on selected items and for Maltese residents only, with the discount percentage set “at the discretion of the individual brands”.

“Treat yourself to a pleasant and relaxing day of shopping at outlet prices at Malta’s closest luxury destination,” the outlet village concluded.

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Sicilia Outlet Village / Facebook

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