In particular garrigue areas within the Maltese Islands, autumn time brings along the blooming of …Read more
One of the characteristic and widespread tree species of Maltese maquis habitats is the Carob …Read more
The Caper Bush is synonymous with summer time, when the evergreen shrub produces large white …Read more
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THE CLIFFS centre will eventually reconcile environmental, economic and social goals and address the existing lack of services related to nature, agriculture and tourism. In this regard, the interpretation centre will develop and implement numerous activities with the participation of all stakeholders concerned especially the existing surrounding land users.
The centre provides the public, particularly visitors and tourists with information about Dingli and the surrounding countryside. Main topics include the relationship between the natural environment including flora and fauna biodiversity, and human practices such as agriculture and change in the cliff’s landowners. Other services include free public toilets and catering facilities. The proposed strategy will definitely rejuvenate and provide vital sustainability to our countryside which has been losing its attraction. The planned strategy will offer the best resources to the tourist and a better quality of life for the local residents.
This self-sufficient building is dedicated to the dissemination of information on Dingli’s biodiversity through innovative means of communication, as well as the natural and associated resources within its surroundings. It supports economic growth through the sustainable use of these resources for the benefit of us all.