The mobile tickets are accepted on all the tours
During this boat tour we will cruise along the Northern coast of Malta enjoying the views of St. Paul’s Islands & Mellieha. This gives you perfect opportunity for good shots on the way to Gozo and Comino Islands.
Upon arrival at the sister island of Gozo we will board a sightseeing bus tour, on which you will be provided with an audio guide, or on a minibus. After that, we will visit the Capital City Victoria, where we will stop for around 75 minutes / free time /. The area around Victoria, situated on a hill near the centre of the island, has been settled since Neolithic times & in its centre lies the Cittadella, which you can visit. The Cittadella is a historic fortified city, and it is on Malta’s tentative list of future World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. An old prison is located within the city, as are the Courts of Justice. During the way to the port, we will stop for a few minutes at Qala Belveder, which is a popular Gozo spot for taking pictures.
After that, in the afternoon, we will cruise to the famous Blue Lagoon, on Comino island, where you can spend time exploring the island and swimming in the tranquil turquoise water, for around 75 minutes.
The boat will be anchored at the Blue Lagoon harbour, so you will have full use of facilities on board such as bar (serving snacks and beverages at reasonable prices), fresh water showers, snorkels & masks (small charge applies), toilet & air-conditioned area.
This is the most popular cruise combining the islands.
Kindly be on the harbour 10-15 minutes before the boat departure, where a host/greeter will accommodate you.
We recommend you to have good shoes for rocky soil, a towel and sun cream.
Kindly listen to the announcements to get the correct departure times, or ask a crew member if you are unsure.
Bookings are accepted till 10 pm, the day before the tour departure, or until it is fully booked!
From June to October, we recommend booking at least 3 days in advance.
Enjoy Malta 🙂
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