The Cliffs Interpretation Centre strives to disseminate information about the area to all types of visitors. In fact, on Saturday 5th May, three different educational and informative activities were organised.
The Centre collaborated with Malta Tourism Authority, in the organisation of the Annual Apprezza Campaign, dedicated to improving children’s knowledge on the tourism product of the Maltese Islands through weekend activities. Last Saturday, The Cliffs Centre hosted two separate educational packages, at 11:00 and 13:00, to instil awareness to young children aged 6 to 12 years, who together with their parents visited The Centre for an accompanied walk and audiovisual. More than 30 persons joined us for the activity.
Later in the afternoon, The Cliffs Centre hosted members of the Dingli Local Council together with a group of Italian delegates, with a focus on the similarities between local traditional practices of using wild flowers and produce.