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This is the real holiday! Whether you're sightseeing, rent a boat, sunset cruising, canoeing, fishing, go on a boat trip or snorkeling, Bluewaves is the best way to experience the Blue Lagoon, Comino and its surroundings. With just 3km away from the Blue Lagoon in Comino, you don't need to travel far, which makes it safer and not wasting time/fuel.  

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A typical holiday

A typical holiday

Jan 17, 2019

A stunning drone fottage by one of our customers.     Ref: ( Happy DJI )  
Marfa Bay - Bluewaves Watersports

Marfa Bay - Bluewaves Watersports

Jan 17, 2019

A beautiful drone footage, showing Marfa Bay, near Bluewaves Watersports. Check it out and give the guy some thumbs up ;)     Ref: (By  Chris Scíberras )  
Comino – A secret paradise

Comino – A secret paradise

Jan 17, 2019

Comino – a secret paradise, the latest in a series of landmark underwater documentaries focusing on local Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), has been screened for the first time at Eden Cinemas for St Monica B’Kara primary school students earlier this week.   The documentary’s script was penned by executive producer Prof. Alan Deidun, resident academic at the Department of Geosciences, with the documentary being financed by the Malta International Airport (MIA) Foundation. This week’s documentary launch was attended by Environment Minister the Hon Jose Herrera who stressed the importance of a zero tolerance approach towards illegal development on Comino, as well as by Ms Antonella Vassallo and Dr Awni Behnam, Managing Director and Honorary President of the International Ocean Institute (IOI) whose headquarters are based at the University of Malta.   Previous documentaries scripted by Prof. Deidun include Filfla (launched in 2015), Mġarr ix-Xini (launched in 2013), Rdum Majjiesa (launched in 2012) and Dwejra (launched in 2012). Whilst the Filfla production was also sponsored by the MIA Foundation, the previous three documentaries were produced within the ambit of the Italia-Malta 2007-2013 PANACEA project. All five locations are enclosed within designated MPAs and the scope behind such a mammoth effort is to promote the submerged assets of the same sites for ocean literacy purposes.   Similarly to the other four MPA documentaries, the Comino documentary is publicly available on social media and can be viewed below:      Ref:
Trips to Comino & Blue Lagoon - About Comino

Trips to Comino & Blue Lagoon - About Comino

Nov 9, 2018

Comino From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia     For other uses, see  Comino (disambiguation) . Comino Native name :  Kemmuna Aerial view of Comino Map of Comino Geography Location between  Gozo  and  Malta , south of  Sicily ,  Mediterranean Sea Coordinates 36°00′40.6″N   14°20′12.5″E Coordinates :  36°00′40.6″N   14°20′12.5″E Archipelago Maltese Islands Area 3.5 km 2  (1.4 sq mi) Country   Malta Region Gozo Local council Għajnsielem Demographics Population 4   The west coast of Comino, with St Mary's Tower as seen from the  Gozo-Malta ferry Comino  ( Maltese :  Kemmuna ) is an island of the  Maltese archipelago  between the islands of  Malta  and  Gozo  in the  Mediterranean Sea , measuring 3.5 square kilometres (1.4 sq mi) in area. Named after the  cumin  seed that once flourished in the Maltese islands, Comino is noted for its tranquility and isolation. It has a permanent population of only four residents. One priest and one policeman commute from the nearby island of Gozo, to render their services to the local population and summertime visitors. Today, Comino is a  bird sanctuary  and  nature reserve . Administratively it is part of the municipality of  Għajnsielem , in southeastern Gozo.   Contents    [ hide ] ...
Malta Destination Guide

Malta Destination Guide

Oct 16, 2018

Ref: Daily Mail Malta Destination Guide By Chris Leadbeater, TravelMail   Mdina is a former capital of Malta, and offers historical architecture galore Introduction Often dismissed as little more than a package tourism bolthole in the middle of the Mediterranean, Malta is a place of surprising diversity and no little history. Precise knowledge of this island nation's past, in the UK at least, is usually limited to the fact that it was once part of the British Empire (from 1814 to 1964, trivia fans) and played a key strategic role in World War Two – but Malta's story can be traced way back into the fourth century BC. The temple of Ħagar Qim may have been built as early as 3600BC, making it one of the oldest man-made structures on the planet – proof indeed that this island has more to offer than kiss-me-quick hats and half-melted ice cream. Of course, referring to Malta as an 'island nation' is also something of an oversight. Technically, it's an archipelago of rocky outcrops, only three of which – the main island (Malta), Gozo and Comino – are inhabited. Together they make up a mere 122 square miles of land, but there's much to enjoy nonetheless – the delightful walled capital city of Valletta, a collection of lovely beaches, fabulous sea views and waters perfect for scuba diving, to name a small selection. True, some areas are rowdier than others, but with a spot of pre-planning Malta can be every bit as rewarding a Mediterranean holiday destination as some of the more celebrated Greek islands. If you tire of the main island, Gozo (pictured here) and Comino offer pleasant respite Cities As the capital, Valletta is the key city of Malta. It's a delightful spot, standing proud on a short peninsula on the main island's north-east coast, and blessed with a visible history that saw it granted UNESCO World Heritage status in...

The Ramla Bay Resort


The Ramla Bay Resort has inaugurated a new extension overlooking the islands of Comino and Gozo. This development consists of a number of versatile accommodation units complemented by a host of new facilities, including restaurants, bars, meeting rooms, an additional indoor pool as well as a state of the art SPA. Although the Resort will remain classified as a 4 star property, the quality of the new accommodation units and amenities on offer will be of a superior level. The new accommodation units will consist of a mix of Deluxe Rooms, Suites and Self Catering Apartments.


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Boat Rental

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Absolutely great experience renting a boat!

We rented a boat for 6 people with a group of friends for the whole day, and the experience was amazing! Shamison, Brendan and Kevin took great care...


Comino with blue lagoon - trip Back & Canoe hire

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Bluewaves : Water Sports

With a sandy beach and one of the finest rocky coasts on our doorstep, we welcome you to our Water sports center, Bluewaves Watersports. Your holiday will not be complete until you visit us and participate in one of the many services we offer. From day trips to the picturesque island of Comino, to self-drive speedboats and jet skis to paddle boats and canoe hire, we have it all to make your blue waters adventure come true.

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MARFA, Malta

+356 21525861 / +356 99826863

Mon - Sun: 09:00–19:00

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