March 30, 2017

Discover Dingli Cliffs won Eco-friendly tour operator of the year by LTG Awards

Discover Dingli Cliffs tours have won “Eco-friendly Tour Operator of the year” under the category for Holiday & Tour Specialist Awards. Each year, the Luxury Travel […]
March 17, 2017

The approaching spring at Dingli Cliffs

Spring is fast approaching, bringing with it an abundance of greenery and blooming flowers. This time of the year is longed for, especially because spring is […]
February 8, 2017

Interpreting the heritage of Dingli Cliffs

Heritage refers to the social role and ethical involvement that should be promoted by everyone to forward a healthy environment. Heritage is intricately linked to sustainability […]
February 1, 2017

Borage plant promoted by The Cliffs Centre

Among the 1100 species of wild plants that we may encounter in the Dingli countryside is the Borage (Borago officinalis, Fidloqqom) with both culinary and medicinal […]
January 16, 2017

Welcoming the New Year: Almond blossoms, other flora and free guided walks

Almond trees at Dingli Cliffs and the surrounding countryside are now welcoming the New Year in their own particular way. The flowers of the Almond trees […]
December 12, 2016

School Visits – ITS

For another scholastic year, The Cliffs Interpretation Centre has organised school outings to ITS Students in Foundation courses in a week-long activity from Monday 12th to […]
December 9, 2016

Innovating ideas at The Cliffs…including Christmas decorations!

What’s the meaning of an Interpretation Centre? An institution for the dissemination of knowledge of natural or cultural heritage. From its establishment, The Cliffs Interpretation Centre […]
December 1, 2016

Hello December and greenery

We have now welcomed a cold December, yet the fair days still encourage us to wander along the surrounding countryside. The FREE guided walks organised by […]
November 16, 2016

Foraging for mushrooms…after the rains!

Mushrooms are the fleshy, spore-bearing fruiting of a fungus. The word ‘mushroom’ is often used to describe fungi that have a stem, cap, and gills under […]