| Pays || Malte |
| AMP || Parc National de Majjistral |
| Porteur de projet || Heritage Parks Federation |
| Montant total du projet || 89 300 € |
| Démarrage || Septembre 2014 |
| Durée || 14 mois |
The park was declared a national park in 2007. 3 local NGOs have set up an association called the 'Heritage Parks Federation' to facilitate the integrated management of the Majjistral Park.
The park is 3.0 Km long and 2.3 Km wide and forms part of the protected Special Area of Conservation (SAC) of international importance known as Rdumijiet ta' Malta (coastal cliffs)- a Natura 2000 site forming part of Europe's natural heritage.
The park lies in the North-west region of Malta. There is a diversity of habitats in a relatively small area – garigue habitat (including cliff-top and maritime habitat), maquis habitat, steppe habitat, clay slopes, temporary freshwater rock pools, coastal cliffs and boulder screes, agricultural land (both abandoned and in use), and a sandy beach with a sand dune habitat. Twelve species of plants in the park are endemic to Malta; twelve species of birds nest at the park. There is also a rural heritage – rural traditions here date back at least a couple of centuries. There are dry stone walls, small fields, corbelled stone huts, and old rural settlements. Historical features – In the area there is still a heavy influence of the British period, with various military structures, including ranges and barracks. There are also about 100 features of archaeological or cultural interest, such as ancient tombs and curt ruts. Several activities are held, including guided walks, snorkelling, sunset walks.