The 4 Cs – Churches, Caves, Crafts and Cuisine

Experience four elements of the Maltese landscape, history and culture on this guided excursion!

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Price is upon request. All our tours are priced according to your needs.

Did you know?

Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992, Ħaġar Qim dates back to 3600 B.C. and was first excavated in 1839.

Details

Languages
Activity Level
This tour involves a fair amount of walking.
Meeting Point​
Hotel, Cruise Terminal
Duration
7-8 Hours

What you need to know...

Guiding services and transport are included

Every guest will receive a free bottle of water.

Entrance fees to the Limestone Heritage Park and Ħaġar Qim Temple are included in the price.

The boat ride to the Blue Grotto Caves is not included.

Lunch is not included

Gratuities are not included.

Credit cards are widely accepted but we advise you to bring some cash if you wish to buy souvenirs.

Itinerary

1
Malta’s rich history and our unique stone resource come into focus during our visit to the Limestone Heritage, Park and Gardens, a former quarry in Siġġiewi turned into a winning tourist attraction by the dedicated family who own this place. Delve into the islands’ 22,000,000-year past while children will love the farm and animal park. You can also try your hand at stone sculpting demonstrations.
2

From limestone surroundings to a seaside spot as we head to Wied iz-Zurrieq where – weather permitting – a boat ride to the famous Blue Grotto caves, with its mesmerising light reflections, awaits.

3
A short drive up from the Blue Grotto quay brings us to another important historical monument – the Ħaġar Qim Temples. The late-Neolithic site of Ħaġar Qim consists of a group of monumental megalithic buildings, located on the crest of a ridge.
4
Staying on the same route, we head to Dingli cliffs, driving along the rugged Maltese coast with unobstructed views of the Mediterranean sea and the uninhabited islet of Filfla.
5
An authentic Maltese lunch beckons as we make our way to the village of Mġarr, another typical Maltese village famous for its restaurants specialising in rabbit meals, the traditional Maltese dish, and other local delicacies.
6
Our last stop for the day will be in Mosta, visiting the town’s basilica famous for its dome. The Mosta Dome is considered to be one of the biggest in Europe and ranks ninth among the largest unsupported domes in the world.

Itinerary Adjustments

In the unlikely event that any of the proposed attractions, sites and/or parts of the route are closed or inaccessible on the day, the itinerary will be adjusted accordingly. Whatever the circumstances, we will honour our commitment to give you an authentic and memorable experience.

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