Dwejra Lines – Victoria Lines Malta map and walking route guide
The Dwejra Lines Malta give a scenic view for photographs showing the British built wall. Notice the trees that are now grown inside the Dwejra section of the Victoria Lines Malta.
The Dwejra section of the Victoria Lines Malta provides one of the best sections when walking the Victoria Lines Malta. You can Hike along the full length of this British built defensive fortification walls section.
This is one of the easiest sections to walk along as you dont have much choice but to follow the Line or the track that runs just behind it.
Dwejra Lines Victoria Lines Malta guide
The Dwejra Lines section of the Victoria Lines Malta give a very scenic view when trekking along it of both the North and South of the Maltese islands.
The Victoria Lines Malta the Dwejra section finished for Queen Victoria’s Jubilee celebration in 1897
The Dwejra Lines Malta location can be found north of Mdina along Queen Victoria’s fortified wall
The Dwejra Victoria Lines Malta are defensive fortifications and walls built by the British in 1897. When hiking this section of the Victoria Lines Malta you will get a fine view and some great scenic photographs of the North of the island of Malta. When trekking along the Dwejra Lines you will also be able to see the island of Gozo.
Gunnery emplacements positions along the Victoria Lines Malta Dwejra section with a view of the north section of the Maltese island and countryside.
The Bingemma Gap defensive bridge along the Victoria Lines Malta at the end of the Dwejra Lines.
The Bingemma Gap foot bridge that you cross when walking, hiking or trekking along the Victoria Lines Malta at the end or the start of the Dwejra Lines section
Next part of the walking guide – Falka Gap to Targa Gap section.