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Popular Malta Boat Tours To Consider

  • Sep 5, 2020

Don't miss out on a boat tour in Malta!

Malta is synonymous with boating trips. However, it’s not always easy to pinpoint the boating trip that suits your budget and needs, not to mention, one that meets your expectations!

We’re always here to make your experience in Malta a memorable one. Therefore, here’s your go-to guide when it comes to Malta’s top boating tours.

1.Malta, Gozo and Comino

This full-day cruise is your gateway to a bite-sized version of the three islands Malta, Gozo and Comino. Most tour operators offer unlimited wine and water, as well as the opportunity to experience some of Malta’s most beautiful caves. Visiting the three islands is a definite must if you’re here for a short period, but still want to experience as much as it is physically possible.

Which boat trip do we recommend? 

Full-Day Three Island Cruise: Malta, Gozo, and Comino by Barbarossa Excursions

2. Valletta and The Three Cities

Visiting Valletta and the Three Cities of Vittoriosa, Senglea and Cospicua is always an unforgettable experience – more so if you have the opportunity to explore this area’s world-renown harbours. Valletta’s Grand Harbour is one that has been shaped by natural forces as well as mankind, transforming it into the picturesque port that it is today. Vittoriosa, Senglea and Cospicua are just a boat ride away from the capital and enable you to experience the quaint village lifestyle for a little while.

Which boat trip do we recommend? 

Valletta & The Three Cities Harbour Cruise

3. Gozo, Comino & Blue Lagoon

The northern part of the islands is nothing short of spectacular. Malta’s sister islands – Gozo and Comino – are known for their natural beauty and stunning beaches. Comino is home to the famous Blue Lagoon, a marine paradise characterised by azure waters and cryptic caves.

The Island of Calypso – Gozo – features some of the Mediterranean’s top diving, snorkelling and swimming spots, as well as a microculture of its own.

Which boat trip do we recommend? 

Gozo, Comino, Blue Lagoon and Caves Tour

4. Blue Grotto

The Blue Grotto is the name given to a series of spectacular sea caverns situated on the south-eastern coast. This site attracts more than 10,000 visitors every year, and it’s easy to see why. The central, 30m high arch guards the complex’s crystal clear waters – that’s 30m in height – accompanied by six other caves that mesmerise locals and foreigners alike. Additionally, the cave walls mirror the luminous colours of the underwater flora and fauna, resulting in some very psychedelic visuals.

Which boat trip do we recommend? 

Blue Grotta & Marsaxlokk Half Day Tour

Where to Stay In Malta?

If you’re planning to visit Malta, you should definitely book your accommodation well in advance, as the islands are a touristic hotspot all year round.

Casa Ellul is an exclusive boutique hotel in the heart of the archipelago’s Baroque capital, Valletta. From the get-go, it’s full of contrasts. It’s in the bustling city of Valletta but located on a quiet street. Furthermore, the hotel is a perfect example of renovation done right: modern elements interweave with the historic Victorian characteristics that originate from the hotel’s illustrious, palatial past. Furthermore, Casa Ellul manages to find a balance between exclusivity and hospitality: the staff members are always there to give a helping hand but still value the guests’ privacy. 

Unquestionably, this boutique hotel in Valletta aims to transform your Mediterranean experience into a truly exceptional one that will surely keep you coming back for more.