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Breathe in the fresh air and experience one of the most amazing views on the island while enjoying the shade of trees. Olives dominate a vast area of gently sloping terraces that lead to the sheer edge of western cliffs. The area is not only agriculturally rich but is also geologically intriguing and full of endemic flora and fauna. You might even be lucky enough to spot the national Maltese bird, the Blue Rock Trush.
The tour will start next to a charming wayside chapel and will proceed towards an olive orchard. After walking through fields of lush olive trees, vegetable and fodder patches, a traditional Maltese lunch will be served to wrap up the tour. Stuffed olives, sundried tomatoes, capers and crispy bread are just a few of the scrumptious ingredients used in the homey dishes. You will even get a taste of the extra virgin olive oil produced and processed on the same farm you’ll dine at, making this experience is a must to get a real sense of Mediterranean cuisine.
Malta Rural Tourism, 29, Abate Rigord Street, Ta' Xbieb XBX1128, Malta. | T: 00356 27041161 | firstname.lastname@example.org