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Accidentally stumbled across this place by talking to a local whilst walking from Dingli to Qrendi. Definitely a must visit if in the local area visiting the temples for example. Would probably avoid at night as little artificial light.
Legend says that there was a town and during a natural disaster it exploded was put where now lies filfla, the small island you can see from Qrendi. I was there while I was filming a documentary, it was a good way to finish the...More
Visited this site while on holiday with my wife in Malta. Little awkward to find from the bus terminus in Qrendi but Google Maps is a marvellous thing.
There is a story board at the side of the church offering an explanation of the cause...More
This is a natural sinkhole located in the village of Qrendi. In 1343 a violent storm hit the island and this sinkhole was formed. There are various myths and legends surrounding its formation Because of its formation it hosts a unique eco-system. This together with...More
If you are intrigued by nature, tall tales and a little bit of mystery-you have to find this.
It's tucked behind the church, and isn't signposted, so keep your eyes open. Once there, they're was an overwhelming sense of spookiness-like something very strange happened here....More
Il-Maqluba is Malta's mysterious crater/hole and location of Malta's most puzzling but enduring legends. Il-Maqluba has a number of Maltese folklore stories about it, ranging from legends of Gods, the Devil to natural but crazy sounding theories.