August 11, 2016

Tourism and The Cliffs Centre

Tourism is one of the most important economic sectors in the Maltese Islands, with a significant contribution to the gross domestic product. The latest draft document […]
August 10, 2016

The unmistakable sound of summer…from the Cicada

Heard everywhere in summer is the songs of the male Cicada (Cicada orni, Werżieq ta’ b’inhar). This insect is the most active during the hottest times […]
August 8, 2016

Innovative means of communication through gastronomy

An Interpretation Centre is an “institution for the dissemination of knowledge of natural or cultural heritage…different means of communication to enhance the understanding of heritage.”[1] From […]
August 6, 2016

Sustainable Development, education and planning

Sustainable development highlights the interconnections between different domains in that “Specific environmental issues together with the varied socioeconomic conditions that characterise the Mediterranean had – and […]
August 4, 2016

Sustainable Development: Involving NGOs, private entities and a pilot project

The principle of sustainable development merges living conditions and the use of resources for both current scenarios and the long term. The concept links the need […]
July 29, 2016

Maintaining Dingli’s Sustainable Development Strategy at The Cliffs Centre

The focus of the report entitled ‘Sustainable Development Strategy: Dingli 2020’ has been to set up a policy action plan to establish the concept of sustainability […]
July 28, 2016

Rescued this morning at Dingli Cliffs…the Mediterranean Chameleon

This chameleon was rescued whilst crossing a road close to Dingli Cliffs. It was then released in a shrub. Currently, from mid-July to September, during the […]
July 27, 2016

Local packages

The Cliffs Interpretation Centre has retained its Discover Dingli Cliffs tours during the summer months. The tours have been shifted to evening activities, and are ideal […]
July 25, 2016

The fossil record of The Maltese Islands at The Cliffs

The Maltese Islands started forming circa 30 million years ago, during the Oligo-Miocene epochs as sediments deposited under the sea. All sediments are marine in origin, […]