Mgarr is a small typical Maltese town in the Northern region of the Island with a population of 3,629 in an area of 16.1km² and borders Mellieha, Mosta, Rabat and St Paul’s Bay. The town itself is one of the few isolated from other towns and villages as it is surrounded by vineyards and farmland. In fact most of the people from Mgarr are working in some sort of agricultural activity.
Mgarr is very popular with the Maltese and tourists for their restaurants serving local cuisine and in particular the national dish of rabbit. Most of these restaurants can be found dotted around the parish church.
Two important sites found in Mgarr are the megalithic structures at Ta’ Hagrat and the Skorba Temples which were excavated in 1963. The Skorba temples have actually made it in to the Guinness book of records for being one of the two oldest free standing structures in the world.
The Parish Church is dedicated to St Mary the feast is celebrated on the first Sunday after the 15th August. Make it a point to visit and meet the friendly villagers.
Mgarr has expanded quite a bit with recent construction and a wide variety of properties can be found on the market.
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