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This is a really interesting tour of caves. The chap who owns it takes you around and tells you the family history and points out the shapes in the rocks and stalagmites. It takes around 20 minutes and is well worth the small admission.
I gave this attraction 5 stars mainly because of the effort it must have taking to actually dig out this Grotto. Some nice examples of stalactite and stalagmites. It's not a big attraction but while so close pay it a visit it's only €2.50 .
Don't think of lascaux or something the sixe of a cathedral, but think of something you would give your eye teeth to find in your garden. Then think of the effort it must have taken to excavate it with shovels and baskets. Like Gozo, it...More
An extremely worthwhile stop to make whilst one is travelling around Gozo. The tour was excellent, led by the granddaughter of the man who discovered the Grotto whilst digging for water near his house. For only a couple of euros a person, it is well...More
Man discovered grotto under his house in 1923 or 1924. Nowadays one member of his family do guide. We were very suprised what we saw under the house. Very nice grotto. Commentary tour of the grotto takes about 10 minutes. Entry is 2,50 per person.
Gorgeous little place. So glad we visited! The story behind the Grotto was really interesting, we got a little tour around and it cost such a silly small amount to get in, we were more than happy to pay. Got some lovely photos and it...More
OK this isn't the largest cave in the world and you access it via a tight staircase that runs in what was intended to be a well, but it drips charm from all sides. The story of its discovery is fun and the small scale...More