Comino

A boat charter destination

Comino is a small island that is part of the Maltese archipelago. Measuring 3.5 square kilometres, the island is perfect for visitors who like swimming, snorkelling, diving or walking.

The island is almost uninhabited. It has no tarmacked roads and is completely car-free. The bright blue waters and its sandy beaches make it a perfect summer location for day trips full of adventure. In winter, the island lends itself beautifully towards long walks along the coast, where wild vegetation flourishes, free from human intervention.

Photographers will have a great time capturing nature in its element. Comino, in fact, is a designated nature reserve and bird sanctuary. Apart from the wildlife, the island hosts a small chapel and a watchtower that was built in the 17th century. You may also be interested in Santa Marija Battery, that was built in 1715 to protect the island. It is one of three surviving coastal batteries were there are still original 24-pounder cannons.

Enjoying Comino from a boat is a special experience, with views of the picturesque Blue Lagoon surrounding you, and crystal-clear azure water beneath. If peace and tranquillity are what you are seeking, Comino by boat is the best option for you.

Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is found on the west coast of Comino. It is literally a small, blue lagoon with shallow, blue-coloured water, located between Malta and Gozo. It offers the most breath-taking sights, often featured in postcards that represent the Maltese islands. A busy place in summer, the best way to visit the blue lagoon is by private boat charter. The water is so clear and so blue that boats seem to be floating on water! The lagoon is not only ideal for swimmers and snorkelers but also for those who love a challenging walk along Comino’s jagged, rocky coast.

Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is found on the west coast of Comino. It is literally a small, blue lagoon with shallow, blue-coloured water, located between Malta and Gozo. It offers the most breath-taking sights, often featured in postcards that represent the Maltese islands. A busy place in summer, the best way to visit the blue lagoon is by private boat charter. The water is so clear and so blue that boats seem to be floating on water! The lagoon is not only ideal for swimmers and snorkelers but also for those who love a challenging walk along Comino’s jagged, rocky coast.

Crystal Lagoon

One of the advantages of touring Malta by private boat is that you can get to reach places that are not easily accessible otherwise. Crystal Lagoon is one of Comino’s hidden gems that can only be reached by boat. Once you do reach this place, you will be blown away by the bright blue water, which is the reason why the lagoon is appropriately called Crystal Lagoon. This beach is much less crowded than the Blue Lagoon, which makes it ideal for romantic holidaymakers, or perhaps those who simply want to enjoy some peace and quiet, away from daily worries.

St. Nicholas Bay

If you are a snorkelling appassionato or if you want a family-friendly location, this bay is for you. St. Nicholas Bay consists of two small beaches, both of which have a sandy area where you may sunbathe, nap in the sun, or allow children to play. The waters are shallow, and you can spend hours observing life under water. As beautiful as the Blue Lagoon yet less busy, the sea here is usually very calm. St. Nicholas Bay is also popular for hikes and trekking, because of the great views that surround it and because of its typical Mediterranean vegetation.

St. Nicholas Bay

If you are a snorkelling appassionato or if you want a family-friendly location, this bay is for you. St. Nicholas Bay consists of two small beaches, both of which have a sandy area where you may sunbathe, nap in the sun, or allow children to play. The waters are shallow, and you can spend hours observing life under water. As beautiful as the Blue Lagoon yet less busy, the sea here is usually very calm. St. Nicholas Bay is also popular for hikes and trekking, because of the great views that surround it and because of its typical Mediterranean vegetation.

St Maria Bay

Shallow, clear waters are the norm in Comino, and St. Maria Bay is no exception. A clean, sandy bay, it is only 20 minutes by walk away from the Blue Lagoon. However, visiting by boat is the best option, as is customary with both locals and holidaymakers. Once there, you will enjoy the salty Mediterranean water, which can warm up to +26-28°C. Once ready from a dip in the sea, you can rest and sunbathe on the white sand, so that you head home with a nice suntan. This bay is located right next to Comino’s quaint little police station.

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