Borġ in-Nadur Temple, which is located in Birzebbuga will be opened daily to the general public. The temple is situated between two valleys and faces the sea. The Prehistoric temple was also used in the Bronze Age period.
The temple rests on four pillars and has a large empty area in front of it, which is unique to such prehistoric buildings.
The site will be open to the public from Monday to Sunday, except on Good Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas day, New Year’s eve and New Year’s day.
Heritage Malta announced this through a statement issued by the Ministry of Culture.