Għar Ħasan (Hasan Cave) is a natural cave formed in the cliffs along the southern coast of Malta. It is in one of the southern-most points in mainland Malta, and offers panoramic views of the surrounding cliffs. The cave itself offers unusual rock formations which
Saint Paul’s Tower is a defensive tower, often referred to as Ta’ Bettina Tower or Delimara Tower. It is adjacent to the Chapel of Saint Paul’s Shipwreck. A notable feature of the tower is the “gallariji tal-misħun”, small openings around the tower’s upper floors designed
Saint Paul’s Chapel is a small rural chapel along the road from Xrobb l-Għaġin and Munxar Point. It overlooks an area full of scenic viewpoints and is adjacent to Saint’ Paul’s Tower. Records show that the chapel was built in 1740.
A short walk up Imġarr ix-Xini Valley from the bay of the same name lies a remnant of 18th Century Engineering. This is the Imġarr ix-Xini Pumping Station, which used to serve the villages surrounding Imġarr with fresh water in a time when Gozo when