Kuluri - Discovering Gozo through its coastline. A twelve programme series, filmed in 1997.
Kuluri is a twelve programme series, filmed in 1997, which attempts to discover the natural beauty of Gozo through walks around its coastline. Despite its minute size, Gozo never stops to fascinate the lover of nature. Huge countries offer beaches and panoramas that are hundreds of miles long…. Gozo, with its peculiar bays, cliffs and coastline, offers hundreds of views, one distinct from the other.
Apart from the prominent landmarks, there are minor localities to be discovered by the discerning traveller. Throughout the centuries, these placenames have all been documented by the humble inhabitants of Gozo who still refer to them in their daily toil for a living.
A walk around Gozo`s Coastline will unearth many of Gozo`s hidden gems. Apart from the well known bays and beaches like Marsalforn and Xlendi, the island boasts of a score of lesser known yet spectacular beaches like Hondoq ir-Rummien, Dahlet Qorrot and San Blas, Xwejni and Mgarr ix-Xini - placenames which are all semitic in character and which indicate periods in the island`s history that are lost in time.
Kuluri is an effort by CVC media camera-director Alvin Scicluna to make the inhabitants of this small island more aware of the natural heritage that makes their island home so unique. The series is ably presented by Ray Bajada and cut at CVC Media post-production facility house.