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Situated a mere few metres from Dwejra’s inland sea, the environmental education centre acts as the perfect accompaniment to a site of such natural complexity and interest. Dwejra has its own centre on location where anyone – divers, tourists...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Dwejra Bay, San Lawrenz, Island of Gozo SLZ 1360, Malta
My friends and I really enjoyed watching the under the sea video, staff were friendly and knowledgeable and plenty of information to take in. The price is so reasonable as well only two euros! Definitely recommend to anyone.
This small but superb centre was a firm favourite with our kids (3 & 5 years old), so we brought them back but this time with our whole group including two generations of adults. Despite hundreds of dives between us we all learnt something. Annie’s...More
We visites the center before our first diving in Gozo in the Blue Hole. The lady’s emotion explaining the exhibition and how environmemt changed since she was a child has reach our hearts. We promised to came back after diving and we did. She was...More
Really interesting displays and film show. This center is not too big and you can do all of it in 30 to 40 minutes. The staff are really helpful and you learn a lot about the marine environment. The film show illustrates why divers love...More
We popped into this place with three generations of our family and had a great time! Our toddler fell in love with Annie, our host, as did the rest of us. We learnt a lot about the local marine wildlife and enjoyed all the interesting...More
It was a wonderful experience held yesterday at this marine centre both for adults and even for kids. Annie was the perfect host and guided us through time without moving a centimetre 😊 we even had a very interesting video showing us the amazing garden...More
My husband and i we were lookin to explore the inland sea, when we noticed the advertising sign on the way up, we decided to check it out and what a surprise it was (Annie) the girl that works there was very helpful and full...More
I was wondering around the area waiting to meet some friends at the Inland Sea when this little science center caught my eye. The 2 euro admission fee grants you access to a bright and well-maintained one room exhibit on the natural ecosystem of the...More