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 has strived to provide a comprehensive experience to visitors, using innovative means of communication. In fact, the Centre is always upgrading its product to find novel ways of communication to help visitors get in direct contact with the natural environment, history, archaeology, local produce and views of Dingli Cliffs, amongst others.
During this festive season, The Cliffs Interpretation Centre continues to promote the authentic and innovative. Our version of the Christmas tree has been created to blend with the natural environment of the site, using dried branches of trees found in the surrounding areas. Decorating with dried branches is also an effective re-use of the materials, used in successive festive years.
Other ways in which The Cliffs Interpretation Centre actively promotes innovative communication, is through revitalising wild and semi-wild edible produce and fruits to inform visitors about the rich ecological diversity of Dingli Cliffs and the surroundings. The organisation of guided tours is also innovative, aiding to promote the Maltese Islands as an off-peak tourism destination, whilst also engaging in an invigorating walk along Dingli Cliffs and their off-the-beaten track environs. Blending education with environmental awareness has also been one of the focuses of The Cliffs Interpretation Centre, with the organisation of school outings. The Cliffs promotes the learning of authentic ways of local life together with other assets of the surrounding areas.
At The Cliffs Interpretation Centre, we fully understand that the meaning of an Interpretation Centre is that of using innovative means of information dissemination, and strive to enhance the local environment as much as possible.