You have to take to boat from Cirkewwa ( North of Malta ) to Comino ( a little island ). Comino is very small, walk along the blue lagoon and discover some awesome cliffs. There are infinity of possibilities. You can jump from 5 to 23m. Be sure to check the deep before. There are also a lot of caves you can visit.
C O M I N O & THE BLUE LAGOON
Location: A tiny island roughly half way between Malta and Gozo, a short boat ride from Marfa, some 16 miles from the airport.
General Description: A delightful, car-free little island just 1 square mile in size, with a jagged coastline and many small creeks, sea caves and a pretty lagoon. Largely infertile but luxuriant in wild thyme. A tranquil haven from busy everyday life.
Accommodation: Only 2 hotels, both 4-star, low-rise casual hotels. For Hotels in Malta Click Here
Beaches: Two small, sandy bays with excellent swimming and a stunning lagoon of brilliant turquoise blue (overcrowded with day-trippers at weekends). Hotels run windsurfing school and water sports.
Shopping: No shops except hotel boutique.
Entertainments: Daytime: walks around the island; water sports.
Nightlife: evening barbecues and dancing in hotels.
Eating out: Nil.
Public transport: Nil. (Hotel has own frequent ferry to Malta or Gozo)
Market/Suitability: Upmarket; tennis groups; scuba diving groups. Visit the Blue Lagoon Anyone who loves the sea and water sports, loves Comino. This tiny island is given over to swimming, snorkeling, diving, windsurfing and dreaming in the sun. The waters are crystal clear with safe bathing for even the youngest children. The superb Blue Lagoon is not only excellent for swimming but also one of the most wonderful sights of the Maltese Islands.
Comino has 3 little sandy beaches and is surrounded by glorious ultramarine waters. The waters of the Blue Lagoon, between Comino and Cominetto, are irresistible- especially if you get here early in the day, before the cruisers and yachts arrive from Malta. The seabed here is covered with sand which reflects the sunlight so that the waters take on a glorious turquoise hue.
../../map/maltese_islands/Malta/detail_level_03/3D.htmComino’s total area measures about 2.5sq.kms (Map of Comino Map of Malta)and has only eight permanent residents.
There is no traffic, no noise, and for most of the year its rock landscape is covered with wild flowers and thyme.
There is a modern hotel dedicated to everything Comino has to offer and a resident policeman and a parish priest to look after the island’s welfare. Standing guard is a watch tower built in the 17th century by Grand Master Alof de Wignacourt to protect the channel separating Malta and Gozo and to keep the harbors on this coast free of corsairs.