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Il-Majjistral Nature and History Park

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Il-Majjistral Nature and History Park

87 Reviews
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We did an easy trek from Golden Bay to Popeye village. It goes along the cliffs and offers nice views, including ones towards the cliffs of Gozo island. There's also a tower on the trail however it's closed. I recommend making a walk in the morning as the sunlight will provide
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Returning visit to area, always a pleasure to go to visitor centre and spend some time wandering the park looking at scenery and old forces buildings still there. looking lovely this time plenty of greenery and trees growing up, still got potholes and horses to be mindful of.
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This is a beautiful barren area with some amazing coastal views. The trails are walkable, but they are rough, so you need good shoes.
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I participated a sustainable garden course over several weeks (once a week 2 hrs) held by Peter Gatt. It was very informative and interesting!! My best course so far, I've done few over the past years. Thanks a lot for sharing all your information with us! Nice park and visitor
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Had a lovely afternoon walking to the Ta’ Ċiantar (Għajn Żnuber) tower. Lovely views toward Gozo across the blue seas. The area is littered with beehive structures called ‘girnas’, which are farmers’ shelters. Lots of lovely flowers everywhere. Definitely worth a visit.
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