From the macabre burial sites of Ghar Dalam and Xaghra Stone Circle and the magnificent Mnajdra and Tarxien Temples, to the spooky St Pauls Catacombs and prehistoric observatory at Ħaġar Qim, history fanatics, Indiana Jones fans and amateur archaeologists alike will find a wealth of intriguing curiosities buried deep in the soil of many ancient sites in Malta.
If you only have time to visit one of the ancient sites in Malta, the Ħal Saflieni should probably be it.
We are well networked and this enables us to introduce you to a wide range of interesting opportunities.
An impressive number of archaeological locations can be found among the many ancient sites in Malta, with no less than three sites qualifying for the much-coveted UNESCO World Heritage list.
The Maltese word for boulders, 'ħaġar', is common to Ta’ Ħaġrat and Ħaġar Qim.
In this group you can expect regular and varied events throughout the year. Check out the group reviews, feedback on past events and the events coming up and see for yourself.
We enjoy a variety of social events with regular meals out, drinks evenings, book club, film nights, ten pin bowling and theatre trips.
Plus you will have the opportunity to join local culture visits, wine tasting, local events and festivals, music evenings and other food and drink related events.
But without concerted efforts, the amount of data will quickly outpace the ability of scientists to analyze it.
This led to the building of several temples of the Ġgantija phase (3600–3000 BC), culminating in the large Tarxien temple complex, which remained in use until 2500 BC.