Built before the famous standing stones at Stonehenge, the two temples making up this remarkable UNESCO World Heritage site have an extraordinary history. Built between 3600 and 3200 B.C, they fell into disuse around 2500BC and were not fully revealed to the modern eye until the nineteenth century.
multimedia show portraying a gastronomic journey and the beauty of Gozo;
Tour of the tomato processing plant, the dairy and cheese-making centre and the artisan workshops;
free sampling of food & beverages produced in-house;
traditional crafts in the making;
an old Gozitan kitchen gallery;
agro-tourism lectures on traditional local farming & crops;
lectures on the nutritional values and cooking methods of Maltese culinary dishes and heritage;
hands-on cooking classes with local chefs; the making of cheeselets, infused oils & vinegars, wine and vinegar-making and more
customised dining & events.
The best place to start is the Visitor’s Centre, a new place that is providing an audio-visual presentation about the Cittadella. The presentation is very informative and can be appreciated by visitors of different ages. There’s nothing to stop you from visiting as the place is very accessible and there is no entrance fee.
The Gozo Museum of Archaeology illustrates the cultural history of Gozo from prehistoric times to the early modern period. It relies on themes like burial, religion, art, food and daily life, making use of material from various archaeological sites in Gozo.
The Dwejra Tower was built in 1652 during the magistracy of Grand Master Giovanni Paolo Lascaris, and was funded by the Università of Gozo. It is one of the Lascaris towers, and the intention behind its construction was for it to act as a watchtower and guard the surrounding areas from oncoming enemies, most especially pirate landings. This tower, just like the other towers, could communicate to nearby defence fortifications through fire and smoke, at night and during the day respectively. The expenses for running the tower were covered by producing salt from the salt pans near it. It was equipped with three 6-pounder guns in the eighteenth century. In 1744, Grand Master Pinto made going to the Fungus Rock illegal because a fungus which grew there was believed to have medicinal powers, and Dwejra Tower was used as a lookout to prevent anyone climbing on the islet
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