On the way to an area of Delimara known as Xrobb l-Ghagin (best pronounced as shrobb lajin), an unpaved country lane forks off to the left. From the road, you can make out the top of Ta’ Bettina Tower. This tower was built in around 1740 by the Dorell family. Located on the grounds that belong to the tower is a chapel dedicated to St Paul’s Shipwreck. Both Ta’ Bettina tower and the chapel are privately owned and are inaccessible to the public.
Can anybody say Rapunzel?
I was half expecting an evil old witch to walk out of the tiny, worn door.
But nobody appeared. Perhaps the handsome prince had already carried Rapunzel off.
Location: Ta’ Bettina Tower, Xrobb l-Ghagin, Delimara
P.S. If you climb up the pine tree situated to the right of this door, you will be able to catch a glimpse of the chapel. Unfortunately, both of my hands were occupied with grasping branches so I could not take a photo of it.