Admission is 9 euros for adults, 6.50 euros for children aged 12-17 and over-60s, and 4 euros for children between 5-11. Under-fives are free.
Get there as it opens for a peaceful visit before any coach parties arrive. Start at Hagar Qim before wandering the pleasant 500 metres down to Mnajdra - many tour groups never make it this far so you can afford to be a bit later here.
The temples here are now ‘roofed’ by controversial tent-like canopies. They do nothing for the romantic view of the ruins, but they are crucial in protecting the stones from sun and rain.
Visit the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta to see the original statues and altars that were found in these temples.
Public buses come right to the entrance of the temple complex.
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Great views / scenery