The Xrobb l-Għaġin Nature Park and Sustainable Development Centre consists of over 155,000 square metres on a jutting peninsula with scenic views in the south east of Malta within the locality of Marsaxlokk.

The purpose of the project is education, demonstration and research in sustainable environment solutions with the overall objective of increasing the use of renewable energy, wastewater management and safeguarding biodiversity.

Renewable Energy: The site will serve as a research area on renewable sources of energy whilst producing energy from wind turbines and photovoltaic panels on site.

Water and Wastewater: There will be optimal rainwater harvesting and practical use of both treated wastewater and collected rainwater.

Biodiversity: Protection of existing natural habitats, namely garigue, steppe and endemic cliff communities as well as afforestation of over 15,000 trees with indigenous trees and shrubs within degraded areas.

Energy efficiency measures and use of natural daylight and ventilation within the buildings to ensure that sustainable living is further promoted.

Environmental education facilities including equipped conference and classroom facilities, hostel facilities on site, fully interpreted walking routes, information boards and lesson plans for organised day visits and overnight stays on environmental education.

Promotion of eco-tourism within the south east of Malta including walking and cycling routes.