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Fort Tigné

In later centuries, Fort Tigné offered resistance to the forces of Napoleon when these took possession of the island in 1798; later still, the presence of British military barracks on the promontory attracted the attention of Axis bombers in World War Two, when Malta became "the most bombed place of earth."

Although sadly neglected in the last 20 years, Fort Tigné's place in Maltese history is assured on the strength of its brief attempt to repel French invaders in 1798 - a mere six years after its completion. The development project foresees the revitalisation of Fort Tigné to create an attractive urban space aimed at re-utilising the historic fort in its new peace-time context. Proposals for the use of the building itself include a museum, cafes and fine dining facilities and art  studios. 

  • Tigné Point Marketing Ltd, 
Pjazza Tigné, Tigné Point TP01, Malta

    Tel: 00356 2065 5510

    Fax: 00356 2065 5511