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Where is Comino Blue Lagoon?
The Blue Lagoon is located on the island of Comino, the middle of Malta’s three main islands. Comino is significantly smaller than the other two islands (Malta and Gozo), and is considered a nature reserve as well as a local bird sanctuary.
Is the Blue Lagoon Malta worth it?
The island has only a few inhabitants and zero cars or tarmac roads. It is 3.5 square km and sits north of the main island, between Malta and Gozo. While small and often quite crowded, if you have more than 3 days in Malta, the Comino Blue Lagoon is absolutely worth a visit for the day.
How deep is the Blue Lagoon Comino?
Generally, most of the lagoon is relatively shallow reaching around 1 – 1,5 meters in depth. At some places, however, are possible depths exceeding 10 meters. If you take a look under the water’s surface while swimming in the crystal clear lagoon, you will find that the sea is actually full of life.
Can you swim in the Blue Lagoon Malta?
The Blue Lagoon, Malta, located on the island of Comino, is one of Malta’s not so hidden gems. It is a bucket-list location known for its crystal clear turquoise blue waters and jagged cliffs, and it is a perfect location not only for swimming but also for heavenly photography hikes.
Can you swim to Comino?
→ The small island next to Comino is called Cominotto and can be seen from the main shore of the Blue Lagoon. Avoid swimming all the way across to Cominotto as the water can get deep and strong currents often occur in the area.
How do I get to Comino island?
You can get to Comino in a few ways:
- 1) On a boat tour from Malta or Gozo.
- 2) Get to the Blue Lagoon on a hop-on-hop-off ferry.
- 3) Small ferry operations from the North of Malta.
Can you stay on Comino?
Accommodation and hotels on Comino. There’s only one hotel on the island and is situated at San Niklaw Bay, the pick-up and drop-off point for visitors from Malta and Gozo.
Are there sharks in the Blue Lagoon?
The Blue Lagoon is one of the most popular attractions in Rangiroa. Small palm tree-covered islets border this natural pool, sometimes described as a “lagoon within a lagoon”. Snorkeling with blacktip reef sharks and sicklefin lemon sharks in the surrounding waters of the islets is an amazing experience.
Are there sharks in Blue Lagoon Malta?
Are there sharks in the Blue Lagoon? Around the Maltese islands, there are various species of sharks, however, the chances of being attacked are negligible, especially at the busy and shallow waters at the Blue Lagoon.
Why is Blue Lagoon Malta so blue?
Blue Lagoon is a beach on one of the smallest islands in the Maltese Archipelago, Comino – a tiny and virtually uninhabited 3.5² km island. The beach gets its name from its renowned crystal clear aquamarine water, said to be the best in the Mediterranean.
Is Blue Lagoon shallow?
No one really swims in the Blue Lagoon. It´s only 3 – 4 feet deep. It´s like a shallow beach, with plenty of areas to lie and soak in the sunshine.
Can you stay in Comino?
Can you walk around Comino?
The answer is definitely YES! You will never experience Comino in such glory and blooming than during spring time.
Who lives on Comino island?
Salvu Vella and Vangiela Vella are the two remaining residents on Comino, following a history which, at one point saw 17 people living on Comino….Comino is Now Home to Two People as “Anglu ta’ Kemmuna” Passes…
- Noel Zarb.
- December 11, 2020.
- 8:13 am.
Do you float in the blue lagoon?
Its greatest depth is 1.4m/4.7ft. Children aged 2-8 years old are required to wear floaties which we provide. Adults may also request floaties. To assure the safety of all guests, there are lifeguards on duty at all times.
Does anyone live on Comino?
Named after the cumin seed that once flourished in the Maltese islands, the island is the least densely populated area in the Republic of Malta. It has a permanent population of only two residents, following the deaths of two other residents in 2017 and 2020.
Is Blue Lagoon clean?
Therefore, the Blue Lagoon is powered in conjunction with Svartsengi Resource Park with 100% clean geothermal energy. And we do mean “clean” quite literally – the Blue Lagoon strictly enforces its hygiene rules.
Are there toilets on Comino?
Camping on Comino There’s a small sandy beach which gives easy access to the sea for good swimming and snorkelling. Campsite facilities include public toilets and a stone-built barbeque.