Tips to plan your day trip to Comino’s Blue Lagoon

Situated between Malta and Gozo, the smaller island of Comino is a paradise for snorkelers, divers, windsurfers and ramblers. Comino offers a glorious day out, and a visit to Blue Lagoon is a must-do during your holidays in Malta. Follow our tips to plan your perfect day trip!

Blue Lagoon – Comino

Things to Bring with you

  • Change of Clothes
  • Walking shoes
  • Towel
  • Swimsuit
  • Camera
  • Sunscreen
  • Sun cap
  • No Jewelry

How to get there

You can book a charter from our selection of boats. Besides delighting with the great amenities that we offer, you will be able to appreciate a beautiful view of Comino and it’s surroundings.

Else you can rent your own private boat and no license required. 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.


Know the schedule!

Going to Comino requires some efficient time planning. If you are staying in the south of Malta, factor in the travel time to the closest departure point in Marfa, Mellieha (Click here to view on Google maps).

Food

If you don’t plan on taking food with you to Comino, rest assured plenty of fast food vans crop up around the Blue Lagoon at lunchtime (make sure you have cash on you- there are no ATMs on the island).

Comino Kiosks

What to do in Comino

Once you take all the photos and selfies you need at the small sandy beach, walk up and trek around the entire island. Basically walk alongside Blue Lagoon and stick to the path. Take time to enjoy the unspoiled areas of native flora from the Island’s central valley to the beach at Santa Marja Bay.

Trekking around Comino island