Ġgantija Archaeological Park
The Ġgantija Temples UNESCO World Heritage Site is a unique prehistoric monument, situated at the centre of an extraordinary archaeological landscape, the Xagħra plateau on the island of Gozo. Ġgantija consists of two temple units enclosed within a single megalithic wall. The monument was constructed over a period of several hundred years, the oldest part dating to c.3600BC. In Gozitan folklore, the Neolithic temples of Ġgantija were actually believed -on account of the size of their enormous megaliths- to have been constructed by a giantess fed on a diet of broad beans and honey. Ġgant is the Maltese word for giant.
Multipurpose external areas, composed of soft and hard landscaped spaces against the spectacular backdrop of the Ġgantija UNESCO WHS monument, make this an exclusive venue ideal for a variety of events ranging from outdoor activities for incentive travel groups, formal dinners, artistic performances and much more.