Renting a boat or catching a Comino ferry is easy and a definite must during your visit to Malta. Simply choose a day and book online on our website: www.bluewaveswatersports.com, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call +356 99826863. The crystal clear waters of the Blue Lagoon on Comino are photo perfect, an Instagrammer’s dream but Comino has a lot more to offer besides. There are many hidden caves and grottos on the coastline to be seen or if you prefer earth underfoot, there are a multitude of trails that lead to the historic landmarks on the island. Rent a boat from Malta (full or half day) Why not rent a self-drive boat for a full or half day? It is well worth the spend. You do not need a licence to rent a boat from us. Our team will give you a professional safety and operating briefing. This includes a short practice run before you go out so you will be confidently handling the craft in no time at all. Self-drive boats are the perfect way to visit Comino at your own leisure and we will help you select the best one for your group. To get the most from your day out on the water you will get our insiders tips and suggestions of where to go, taking into consideration the weather and sea conditions in Malta on the day. Then off you go! It won’t take long to find a glorious spot to drop anchor so you can kick back and enjoy the warm water, snorkelling and lazing around on the boat. You will be grateful for the shade from the canopy which all Bluewaves self drive-boats have – the Maltese sun can be relentless. Note: bring lots of drinking water and plenty of sunscreen! Choose a boat to rent Take an ‘around the island’ Ferry to Comino If you would rather just be a passenger but still want to experience the magic of the Blue Lagoon, take a Comino ferry from Malta. Our Comino ferry trips to the Blue Lagoon are not just your average water-taxi ride, they are scenic tours of the Comino coastline. We get to show off all the unique historic and natural landmarks en route to the Blue Lagoon, stopping at some of the caves along the way. PLUS you get a full two hours to do your own thing. Once the ferry boat docks at the Blue Lagoon, you are your own master. There are a handful of snack bars servicing the beach, you can hire deckchairs, lockers and umbrellas or get the epic ‘pina colada in a pineapple’ from the Pineapple guy. The Blue Lagoon is shallow and it is an easy swim to Cominotto if you prefer less crowded swimming spots. You will not want to leave the Blue Lagoon (ever!) but a hike off the beaten track is definitely well worth the time. Hiking trails take you past an abandoned palace to St. Mary’s Tower, 80 meters above sea level, READ MORE
Our Ferry trip, Cruise trips and Watersports center is located in Ramla Bay Resort, Marfa Bay as indicated in the below map. Public transport information To plan your journey visit the Malta Public Transport journey planner website in order to get the latest updates https://www.publictransport.com.mt/en/trip-planner
At Bluewaves watersports we have different boat trips for Comino and it’s surroundings to give you the possibility to have the best experience. We will take you on fantastic trips where you can relax, have fun and enjoy the amazing views.
We will make our best effort to fulfill your expectations and make your journey enjoyable. There is no other way to describe what we do and the idea of spending an extraordinary day aboard one of our boats than ‘providing you a wonderful time’. Besides delighting with the great amenities that we offer, you will be able to be appreciating a beautiful view of Comino and it’s surroundings. Schedule on special events with us and make your day unforgettable in company of your special ones!
This is one of the most popular trips around Comino, which includes twenty three sites. The trip includes a two hour stop at the famous Blue Lagoon in Comino. You’ll have enough time to swim in the crystal clear waters and also explore the tiny Island. For more information do not hesitate to contact us on email@example.com or click here for more info
Visit the spectacular deep blue caves around Comino. These are one of the natural wonders which you should not miss whilst visiting in Malta. These caves were popular with pirates and marauders in the Middle Ages as they used to hide in them and surprise hapless boats crossing between Malta and Gozo. Bluewaves Watersports offer an affordable and incredible experience to visit the caves around Comino and also the Bluelagoon. View details about the trip by clicking here
Comino – Blue Lagoon Situated between Malta and Gozo, the smaller island of Comino is a paradise for snorkelers, divers, windsurfers and ramblers. Only 3.5 square kilometers, Comino is car-free and apart from one hotel, is virtually uninhabited. The island’s main attraction is the Blue Lagoon. In summer, this sheltered inlet of shimmering aquamarine water over white sand is very popular with day-trippers. Comino is also worth a visit in winter, and is ideal for walkers and photographers. With no urban areas or cars on the island, one can easily smell the scent of wild thyme and other herbs. Comino was inhabited in the Roman period, but did not have much significance until the Knights arrived. It then had a dual role: hunting grounds and a staging post in the defence of the Maltese Islands against the Ottoman Turks. The island had proved a useful base for pirates operating in the central Mediterranean and, though stark and barren today, it was home to wild boar and hares when the Knights arrived in 1530. The Grandmasters went to great lengths to ensure that their game on Comino was protected: anyone found breaking the embargo on hunting could expect to serve three years rowing on a galley. After WWII, Comino remained a backwater until its fortunes revived with tourism in the mid-1960s. (Reference – http://www.visitmalta.com/en/island-of-comino)
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. Experience the thrills and relaxation of driving your own speed boat. Relax and unwind at a different pace of life on the tranquil waters and see the historic sights of the island of Comino (Blue Lagoon), Malta & Gozo No license required and fuel is not included. Followed by a full professional safety briefing and test drive. Blue Lagoon in Comino is very close from your departure, you don’t need to travel far, which makes it safer and not wasting time/fuel. Choose from a selection of our self drive boat fleet: https://www.bluewaveswatersports.com/selfdriveboat/
Information from: https://blog.shortletsmalta.com/2017/05/08/6-beaches-in-malta-youll-fall-in-love-with/ 6 Beaches in Malta you’ll fall in love with Summer in Malta is synonymous with long, lazy days at the beach, golden tans, and that amazing feeling you get when you push your toes into the cool, shade-drenched sand. Whether you’re hitting the Maltese Islands for a few days, a couple of weeks, or even months, here are a few of the best beaches in Malta to help you unwind this summer! Grab your beach bag. 1. The Blue Lagoon Known the world over for its crystal-clear water and idyllic setting in Comino, Lagoon is an absolute must-see during your time here. To enjoy Comino and Blue Lagoon properly, you’ll need to spend at least one full morning or afternoon there, if not the whole day! 2. Golden Bay Nestled between two sides of unmistakably Maltese terrain, you’ll find Golden Bay – the very first beach in Malta to get the coveted Blue Flag status. It’s perfect for families, and has all the amenities you’ll need for a very comfortable day at the beach. If you’ve got the time, stay and watch the sun set! 3. Għajn Tuffieħa Just around the corner from Golden Bay, you’ll find its equally-attractive sibling – Għajn Tuffieħa. It’s an incredibly popular beach, and can get a little busy at times, but the sweeping, panoramic views are so beautiful, it’ll be worth it. 4. St. Peter’s Pool If you’re feeling a little adventurous and don’t mind heading off the beaten track, then look no further than St. Peter’s Pool. This rocky bay is generally quiet, and not too far from the charming fishing village of Marsaxlokk – why not stop there for a delicious meal before heading back home? 5. Mellieħa Bay Known to locals as Għadira, this is the island’s largest sandy beach and has quite a long stretch of shallow surf – perfect if you’re travelling with children. Għadira is generally quite busy, but it’s easy to get to and is Blue Flag certified too. There are bus stops really close by, and you’ll even find a few great options if you want a bite to eat during the day. 6. Paradise Bay This aptly-named bay is tucked away near Ċirkewwa, cradled by white cliffs and perfectly-positioned to give you some great views of Gozo and Comino. Popular with families and snorkelers in particular, this beach offers you the chance to kick back, relax, and get to know the (underwater) locals better. BONUS: Ramla L-Ħamra Your Maltese adventure is incomplete without a visit to Gozo. Ramla L-Ħamra (The Red Sandy Beach) is a beautiful stretch of deep golden sand on the northern side of the island. Look to the eastern part of the hillside, and you’ll find a pathway that’ll take you to Calypso Cave, the same one Homer talks about in his famous work, The Odyssey!