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Step back in time! Dwejra Tower set to open to the public this Sunday
It’s all happening this Sunday 9th June from 10.30am to 1.30pm.

Lyndsey Grima

Dwejra Tower, a beautifully restored heritage site, will once again open to the public on Sunday 9th June, from 10:30am to 1:30pm.

This coastal watchtower, dating back to 1652 during the era of Grand Master Lascaris, offers visitors a glimpse into its fascinating history. It also served as an observation post during both World Wars.

Visitors can explore the new, illustrated information panels that narrate the tower’s rich past, free of charge. Factsheets are available in multiple languages, including Maltese and English, ensuring a comprehensive experience for everyone.

One of the highlights of visiting Dwejra Tower is the potential to enjoy stunning rooftop views of the surrounding coastline, weather permitting. The panoramic sights of Dwejra and the nearby Fungus Rock are truly breathtaking.

The tower is easy to spot; if you see the red and white flag flying, it means the tower is open to visitors.

A team of friendly, Maltese and English-speaking volunteers will be on hand to welcome and guide you through this historical site. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience a piece of Malta’s history and enjoy the scenic beauty of the area.

Come and visit Dwejra Tower this Sunday and take a step back in time.

Will you be visiting Dwejra Tower this Sunday?

5th June 2024


Lyndsey Grima
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Lyndsey Grima
Lyndsey has always been passionate about all things content. She keeps her storytelling skills sharp by exercising physically as she’s a fitness buff and also mentally as she enjoys reading and travelling.

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