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Ggantija Megalithic Temples

| Xaghra, Ggantija, Island of Gozo, Malta
+356 2155 3194
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| Xaghra, Ggantija, Island of Gozo, Malta
+356 2155 3194
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We took a ferry to Gozo and then a bus to Victoria and then another one to Ggantija. Bit of a trek and the buses are only once an hour on some routes plus often crowded ..... Maltese tourism take note . We eventually found...More

Reviewed 2 days ago

Fortunately at the ticket entrance there is a museum that provides wonderful exhibits to enhance the site. Unfortunely, the huge stones, made of limestone, are suffering from constant attack of rain and wind that is eating away these porous structures. There is a reconstructed section...More

Thank Jerry C
Reviewed 1 week ago

First, a tip about getting to the temples: There are two roads into Xaghra from the main Victoria road. Our map app kept taking us on the right (east) of the two roads, and when we got to where the map said the temples were,...More

Thank Iambic
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Interpretive Centre was excellent and reasonably priced. But by far the the most impressive experience is the first glimpse you get of the remains of the oldest known, still standing, stone temple, dating to 3,600BC. It would take a very unusual person not to...More

Thank Tony R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Really interesting information, well laid out and really brought to light the amazing history of this tiny island. Well worth a visit and also included in the price was entrance to the old flour mill.

Thank SusieQScotland
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is absolutely fascinating and a must see! But something needs to be done about the large and some quite selfish coach trips. We as individual visitors paid €9 each to go in, and I’m not begrudging the amount I paid as it is excellent...More

Thank Karen W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Drove past it at first but worth the effort to find. From the entranced you go round a small visitor centre before walking down to the temples. The set up is really good and well laid out with the added bonus of some panoramic views...More

Thank Alan T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were overwhelmed by this megalithic UNESCO site. We cannot fathom out how neolithic peoples were able to construct such buildings. The huge stones some 3 -4 metres tall have been dragged several kilometres to the hilltop from the quarry. They have been used to...More

Thank Mags
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited this historical site whilst on a day trip to Gozo really interesting information was very thorough and easy to follow suitable for all ages. It was interesting to learn of the history of the island and the temples

1  Thank Samantha G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

First- if you are going to be visiting many Malta Heritage sites- get a pass. $50 adult and $38 senior. Many sites are $15-18 per visit. The museum is very well done. And the ruins are something to see

Thank Anya C
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Monique G
14 November 2017|
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Response from Bkspil | Reviewed this property |
I can only assume, since it is an important cultural site. We were there on an organized tour, so I am not aware of additional info.
8 September 2016|
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Response from Lars_92705 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there is a fee. You pay the fee when you enter the museum part of the exhibit. The fee is 9.00 per Adult.