The Mediterranean Chameleon was introduced in the Maltese Islands in the 19th century in a …Read more
The geographic location of the Maltese Islands has been of strategic importance for human influence. …Read more
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development includes a total of seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) …Read more
The Cliffs Interpretation Centre has just shifted to the summer opening hours as the below: …Read more
A theme inherent to sustainable development is the safeguarding of healthy lives and well-being. …Read more
Did you know that the garrigue in Dingli Cliffs is now covered by the …Read more
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The older part 1960’s building served as the TACAN;-A tactical air navigation system used by the British military aircraft to find the bearing and distance to a ground or ship.
The building remained in a derelict state since the departure of the British RAF. THE CLIFFS Interpretation Centre is constructed within the committed site of the TACAN and is not taking any ‘new’ land. This is a positive beginning for such a project that will help to protect and promote the surrounding fauna and flora.