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Highlights of this tour:

  • Dingli Cliffs
  • Roman Villa ‘Domus Romana’
  • Mdina
  • Mdina Cathedral

Accessibility Information

  • Some cobblestones
  • Mostly flat
  • The tour stays on the flat parts

What is included?

  • Private tour
  • Tour duration: 4 hours
  • Officially licensed English-speaking guide
  • Tour adjustable to your wishes
  • Pick up at your hotel or cruise port

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
Dingli Cliffs Malta
Mdina Cathedral
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About this wheelchair accessible Dingli Cliffs Rabat and Mdina tour

See the Dingli Cliffs, Rabat, and Mdina during this four hours long tour. Your guide waits for you at the agreed upon location. Either at your hotel, airport or cruise port. If it is at one of the ports you find him by the sign he holds with your name on it. Once you found him, he helps you to get into the adapted vehicle by means of a ramp.Your tour begins with a drive to the Dingli Cliffs. Here you are treated to a stunning panoramic view of one of Malta’s highest points. Your tour continues with a short stroll through the narrow and winding streets of Rabat. These streets lead you to the Roman Villa, also called: Domus Romana.

The villa

The villa is a popular tourist attraction in Malta and is located in the outskirts of Rabat. It was discovered in 1881 and depicts how the Romans lived while they were ruling over Malta. In the Villa, you can admire the beautiful mosaic floors, preserved perfectly over all these years.


The next stop is Mdina. The “silent city” has witnessed the country’s major historical events due to its strategic position on one of Malta’s highest plateaus. This walled city enjoys spectacular views of the countryside that can be appreciated from the bastions. These bastions are not accessible when in a wheelchair.

In addition to the silent city, you visit Mdina’s Cathedral. The cathedral has beautiful marble floors under which some important figures from Maltese history are buried. In the church, you also see gorgeous ceiling paintings by Mattia Preti, an ode to St. Paul. The painting is therefore called “Shipwreck of St. Paul”, freely translated “the wreckage of St. Paul”.

At the end of the day, your guide takes you back to the place where you met.

Please note that the Mdina Cathedral is closed on Sundays.

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