April 24, 2019

Wild Garlic Blooms and culinary use

The garlic is amongst the most common ingredients of the typical Mediterranean cuisine. Being a versatile seasoning, garlic complements many savoury dishes and it has been […]
April 15, 2019

Spring-time flowers of Dingli Cliffs

The presence of spring is clear in the surrounding landscape – the fine balance between winter and summer is distinctive by the presence of wild plants, […]
April 13, 2019

Activity for local Martial Arts Club

On Saturday 13th April, a Maltese local Martial Arts Club visited The Cliffs Interpretation Centre for an informative and recreational activity including the walk to Clapham […]
March 28, 2019

Malta’s own Giant Fennel

This springtime, the Giant Fennel may be abundantly seen throughout the Maltese countryside. It is found in different areas, varying from garrigue habitats, abandoned fields, disturbed […]
March 22, 2019

Wild borage Blooms

End of winter and early spring time is an ideal time for the blooming of several wild plants, amongst which is the borage, found in different […]
March 16, 2019

Activity for group of Sicilian visitors

On Saturday 16th March, a group of Sicilian visitors visited The Cliffs Interpretation Centre, for our recreational packages, commencing with an audiovisual, and followed by the […]
March 13, 2019

Nature’s bounty harvest at The Cliffs Interpretation Centre – Wild Asparagus

Spring time – the balance between winter and summer weather – is distinctive by the bountiful presence of wild plants. Dingli Cliffs currently thrive with the […]
March 4, 2019

Audiovisual and activity for Journalist with MTA

Ms. Liz Campbell, a Canadian journalist visited The Centre for our innovative audiovisual and hands-on presentation on local produce, followed by local food platters and pasta […]
February 22, 2019

Meeting Mr. Joseph Borg, a Genealogist, and author of Documents on Ghar il-Kbir, Malta 1588 – 1733

Earlier today, Mr. Joseph Borg, a genealogist and author of “Documents on Għar il-Kbir, Malta 1588-1733” visited The Cliffs Interpretation Centre. Through his profession, Mr. Joseph […]