Dingli is a small town at the end of Malta. The cliffs rise so impressively over the Mediterranean Sea, at about 253 meters high, they the highest point in Malta. The area provides views of the open sea with the small, uninhabited island of Filfla. They say the name of 'Dingli' was probably derived from the surname of some Maltese family owns the land. Archaeologists believe that the town existed all the way back to the time of the Phoenicians and Carthaginians. We read that there were no buses to take us there, so we decided to walk. Once we arrived, we saw the bus going to the stop (is the # 81? Can not remember).