January 27, 2020

Local edible nutritious weeds: the Stinging Nettles

The lush Maltese countryside is now indicative of winter-time, associated with greenery and wild flowering plants. Amongst the plant which blends in the greenery, but which […]
December 4, 2019

Participation in ThreeT Project as a good practice for sustainable tourism

The Cliffs Interpretation Centre hosted 50 participants from the Interreg Europe ThreeT projet, organised by the Malta Tourism Authority and Planning Authority, which identified The Centre […]
November 18, 2019

Renewed school visits for 2019

With the commencement of the new scholastic year, Free school outings to The Centre have been renewed. The visits consist of presentation highlighting the surrounding countryside, […]
November 5, 2019

Time for the Yellow-throated Crocus

In particular garrigue areas within the Maltese Islands, autumn time brings along the blooming of the Yellow-throated Crocus flower (Crocus longiflorus, Żagħfran Salvaġġ).This plant belongs in […]
September 13, 2019

Social Activity for UNHCR Employees

The Cliffs Interpretation Centre organised a social activity for 18 employees of UNHCR Malta, consisting of audiovisual, presentation and a short walk to the chapel of […]
June 10, 2019

Wild Artichoke Blooms

The surrounding garrigue is already indicating summer conditions. Only patches of green grasses remain, otherwise several plants have already dried up. But, the purple blooms of […]
May 22, 2019

Activity for British Residents Association Malta

The Cliffs Interpretation Centre organised an activity with the Sliema branch of the British Residents Association, where about 24 members visited The Centre for the educational […]
May 16, 2019

Free Walks and the bright purple Orchid

The garrigue areas of Dingli Cliffs have started to obtain the summer landscape, with patches of brown grasses amidst the remaining greenery. A plant which clearly […]
May 11, 2019

Maltese Wild flora and their cultivated relatives

.The transformation of human societies from hunting and gathering to farming – the Neolithic Revolution – resulted in crop cultivation as the first expression of agriculture. […]