The lookout from the back of the chapel is worth the stop, just don't do what my brother did, as he walked very close to the edge...but he only did it once!
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We got told there is a 11.4km hiking track from the 'Dingli Cliffs' to 'Blue Grotto'. We arrived on the bus and saw the Dingli Cliffs. However we were disappointed that the 'hike' was on a concrete path and not a true hike, and the...More
My wife and I took a bus from Valletta to Dingli village and walked from the village to Dingli Cliffs. It was about a 15 to 20 minute walk from the village. There are not many shaded areas in this part of the island and...More
We recommend doing the Red walk from Dingli to the Blue Grotto to enjoy the views and the sea air. Before that, get the leaflet at the Mdina tourism information centre for the instructions and information. From Rabat, several busses take you at the beginning...More
My husband has painful knees so we can't go for long walks anymore. However the road along the cliffs is excellent with easy spots to park allowing short walks. Don't miss the bronze age village on a promontory. Apart from the areas' natural beauty of...More