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Malta: Blue Grotto, Dingli, Rabat, Mdina, Ta Qali & Mosta1 Reviews
Explore the south-western locations, combined with the history, culture and magnificent scenery. Traditional villages and ethics through the Maltese culture. Escape in the quaint villages and locations, like you never seen before.....The Traditional Tour.
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- Experience the splendour of Malta's traditional highlights.
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- Marvel at the hand-crafted expertise of local traditional artisans.
DescriptionThe tour begins on the south-western coast of Malta, and the first stop is at Blue Grotto, which is located not far from Wied iż-Żurrieq and is known for its entrancing waters. If the weather cooperates, visitors can take part in a traditional boat ride that lasts for 15 minutes and costs a nominal fee. After that, we go on to the magnificent Dingli Cliffs, which offer a sweeping view of the Mediterranean Sea as well as the minuscule deserted islet of Filfla, which is located approximately 5 kilometres off the coast of Malta. After that, we make our way up the hill to the ancient town of Rabat, which is known for its historic churches, Roman catacombs, and winding labyrinthine streets. A trip to the fortified mediaeval city of Mdina, which served as the capital of Malta in times past, is also scheduled. The 'Silent City,' as it is more commonly known, has a population of barely 250 people today, yet it is home to some of the most magnificent palaces on the island, which are owned by ancient noble families. If you are interested, we will have ample time here to try some of the local specialties, including the food and the wine. We make our way inland to see the Ta' Qali Crafts Village and National Park. This area is home to some of the finest examples of Maltese handicrafts, including ceramics, glass-blowing, and work with filigree and semiprecious stones. This is your opportunity to purchase some handcrafted trinkets of high quality. The tour comes to a close in the town of Mosta, which is famous for its basilica. The basilica is also referred to as 'The Rotunda,' and it features one of the largest unsupported domes in the world. It is included to pick you up and drop you off at your hotel or location.
IncludesHotel/Location pick-up and drop-off included. Starting from the Blue Grotto. Also visiting Dingli Cliffs, Rabat, Mdina, Ta' Qali Crafts Village and finally Mosta. Enjoy the crystal clear waters of the Blue Grotto. View the wide open space from Dingli Cliffs. Explore the ancient catacombs of Rabat. View the beautiful old palaces of Mdina. See craftsmen at work in Ta' Qali. Experience the beauty and serenity of the Basilica of Mosta. The Traditional Tour is presented to you as a private tour, catering for 2 to 19 people. Excellent photo and video opportunities. Well experienced, friendly drivers will take care of you from start to finish.
- This tour will take place rain or shine. Only the boats will not be available during winter days.