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I walked the path along the Dingli Cliffs with my friend. There were very few structures along the way so this building attracted tourists. The doors were shut and I was only able to walk around the outside before moving on. However there were a...More
There is no way of knowing whether there are services or whether there are any opportunities to see the inside of the church. But it is very old and there are benches where weary hikers can sit and have a sandwich and take in the...More
We took in this sight as part of the Segway tour from Dingli and although very picturesque we arrived just as a couple of tour busses had also turned up and it was very crowded. Would probably advise you take in this little spot at...More
At, possibly, the highest point in Malta you'll come across St Mary's Magdalen Chapel overlooking Dingli Cliffs. It was closed on the day I visited but I understand that it opens on the feast day of St Mary Magdalen.
Nothing special about this small chapel. The location made it a bit special. The chapel is located in Dingli area, where there is basically nothing around. It is all hill, rocks, typical countryside roads around. The chapel faces Dingli cliff. which provides a great view...More
We really enjoyed our visit to this lonely little Chapel on the Cliffs of Malta - The views from here are awe inspiring and the Sea is so BLUE here - not as blue maybe as the Adriatic but VERY close as we are getting...More