Wardija Nymphaeum

An artificial cave in an upper cliff on the Ras il-Wardija, the extreme south-west corner of the island, was cut in Phoenician times as a religious sanctuary and dug by an Italian team in the 1960s. The attribution to the nymphs is an improbable one, but the site is certainly in a very dramatic natural position.

This historical site is situated on private land and contact should be made with the owners prior to visiting, using e-mail address l.spiteri24@gmail.com.