One of a trio of spectacular natural landmarks in Dwejra.
Created millions of years ago when two limestone caves collapsed.
Discovered in 1888, this cave has strange yet colourful stalactites.
Amongst the most species-rich of the Maltese Islands.
One of the most interesting features of the Maltese coastline.
Known for its strange and colourful alabaster stalactites and stalagmites.
You will find yourself immersed in the typical Gozitan country-side.
Particularly spectacular during the winter.
Dingli Cliffs seem to exude a mysterious charm.
Assumed to be the cave referred to by Homer in `The Odyssey'.
The scenery around this area of the island is breathtaking.