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Roony
Roony
November 16, 2019
To visit the crystal clear seas that you've seen on pictures, I'd say it's definitely worth visiting Comino for the day. You can catch a speedboat, also from Cirkewwa, and you'll be there in no time!
Carmen Y Alex
Carmen Y Alex
November 13, 2019
Is a trip to Comino worth it? Comino, the beautiful uninhabited island, is well know for the Blue Lagoon and is a short boat trip away! ... You can use the beach for free, just like the Blue Lagoon! If you plan to spend a night under the sky, you will find a nice camping-spot just behind the Santa…
Ian
Ian
September 08, 2019
Spend a day over on Comino and enjoy the pristine blue seas
James
James
September 08, 2019
If you want to visit Comino for a day, catch bus 135 from nearby bus stop Tmiem. Stop at Malta Airport and then take bus X1 and stop at Marfa. Catch the ferry to Comino. The journey takes 138 minutes by public transport or 45 minutes by car. Interesting places include Blue Lagoon, St. Mary's Tower…
Maree
Maree
August 09, 2019
One of the best spots of the island

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