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Diar il-Bniet

Located in a historic farmhouse in the centre of Dingli village, this family-run farmhouse restaurant is something special. All produce is sourced from 'the house of the girls', or their farm 200m away, or other loc…
Maltese in Dingli Cliffs

The Cliffs

Close to Dingli's radar tower, on the cliffs, this place is run by two local brothers and is an attractive, contemporary, brasserie-style restaurant with a narrow glass-framed terrace running around it. It specialis…
Nature Center in Dingli Cliffs

The Cliffs

Beyond being an excellent restaurant, The Cliffs also acts as a local nature centre supporting the ecology, history and culture of the area. There's the opportunity to experience a free audiovisual display and also …
Gardens in Dingli Cliffs

Buskett Gardens

Malta's only extensive woodland area, Buskett Gardens' name comes from the Italian boschetto, meaning 'little wood'. The gardens were planted by the Knights as a hunting ground; today they are a hugely popular outin…
Architecture in Dingli Cliffs

Verdala Palace

Verdala Palace was built in 1586 as a summer residence for Grand Master Hugues Loubeux de Verdalle. It was designed by Gerolamo Cassar as a hunting retreat in the form of a square castle with towers at each corner. …
Church in Dingli Cliffs

Chapel of St Mary Magdalene

In a lonely location overlooking the Dingli Cliffs, this chapel was built in 1646, but there has a been a church here since the 15th century.
Maltese in Dingli Cliffs

Bobbyland Restaurant

At the northwest end of the Dingli Cliffs you’ll find Bobbyland, an option for a drink or a meal before a cliff-top stroll. This rustic former Nissen hut is 500m from the Dingli junction. Unfortunately food and serv…