Museums / Culture, Religious Heritage, Shore Excursion
Kid Friendly: No. Suitable for mature teenagers and persons interested in Malta's Prehistory and Religious practises.
It could be boring for young children.
Maximum travelers: 3
Malta's Archaeology Day or Shore Excursion
The sheer number of archaeological sites on the Maltese Islands sets their history apart from that of other Mediterranean destinations.
There are megalithic monuments, Bronze Age dolmens, Punic tombs, remains of Roman Villas and traces of prehistoric man, which defy explanation, such as the mysterious 'cart tracks'. For three millennia, from around 5200 B. C. , the archipelago was home to a unique, temple-building civilisation.
Malta and Gozo's temples are thought to be the oldest free-standing buildings known to man.
** Please, contact me for a quotation if you are more than 3 people.
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Pick up at agreed time and location.
Visit Ghar Dalam (Cave of Darkness) 7000 year old Archaeological Site. (Entrance Fee: €5 pp)
Visit at Wied iz-Zurrieq and possible boat ride to the Blue Grotto Caves (Fee: €8 pp)
One of the natural wonders which you should not miss whilst in Malta.
Free Time; snack and refreshments.
Visit Hagar Qim (Stones of Worship) 5000 year old Megalithic Temple Site (Entrance Fee: €10 pp)
Return to agreed location.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At your hotel, cruise terminal or at any other convenient location you prefer.
End location: Your hotel, cruise terminal or at any other convenient location you prefer.
Duration: 5 hours
Private SUV car and Walking
* Caution: At one of the sites there is a staircase of around 80 steps.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 Euro - - For Entrance fees to historical sites
- Possible boat trip to the Blue Grotto (weather permitting).