The Skorba temples are megalithic remains on the northern edge of Żebbiegħ, in Malta, which have provided detailed and informative insight into the earliest periods of Malta's neolithic culture. The site was only excavated in the early 1960s, rather late in comparison to other megalithic sites, some of which had been studied since the early 19th century. The site's importance has led to its listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a listing it shares with six other megalithic temples in Malta.
This later excavation allowed the use of modern methods of dating and analysis. The temple itself is not in good condition, especially in comparison to the more complete temples of Ħaġar Qim and Tarxien. However, the importance of this site does not lie in the actual remains but rather in what was garnered from their excavation.
Tue, Thu, Sat: 9 am - 4:30 pm
Visiting on other days is subject to an administration fee over and above the normal admission tariff per site.
Closed on: Dec 24, 25 & 31, Jan 1 & Good Friday
Only 15 visitors may be admitted at a time (restricted capacity).
Adults (18 - 59): € 3.50
Youths (12 - 17), Senior Citizens (60 and above), and Students: € 3
Children (6 -11): € 2.50
Infants (1 -5): Free