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Malta is a beautiful country made up of a group of islands in the Mediterranean Sea. One of the best ways to see Malta is from the water on a boat tour. Boat tours around Malta are a great way to enjoy the islands and see the sights. What to expect on a boat tour around Malta Have you ever wanted to explore a Mediterranean island from the comfort of a boat? If so, a boat tour around Malta is the perfect activity for you! A boat tour around Malta is a great way to see the beautiful scenery and...

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The island of Comino is one the natural gems of the Maltese islands. Its' unique natural beauty attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists a year. Most visit Comino to enjoy one of the beautiful beaches the island has to offer.   Visiting Comino Visiting Comino needs some planning. Comino is an island with no land-based connection to its' sister islands, Malta and Gozo. Also, there are no regular boat ferries, as is the case between Malta and Gozo. This means that one has to book a boat tour with an operator. There are various operators that run such tours on...

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Malta, a tiny island in the Mediterranean with amazing weather all year round and some of the best beaches in the Mediterranean. This article will help you to get an idea of what to find and how to find some of the best beaches on the island.  Although what makes a great beach changes from one person to another, you will find the top beaches. Ramla l-Hamra Ramla il-Hamra also known as Ramla bay is found on the north part of sister island Gozo. It got its name due to its reddish sand. The beach is set on a curving...

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Comino island, the smallest of the three islands forming the Maltese Archipelago, measuring 1.4 square miles. For some, just a large rock, surrounded by a rugged coastline, mainly untouched land but for many others Comino island is popular for its white sandy beach with turquoise crystal clear water. Comino was mainly inhabited in the Roman period but did not have much significance until the Knights arrived. It then had a dual role: hunting grounds and a staging post in the defence of the Maltese Islands against the Ottoman Turks. The island had proved a useful base for pirates operating in the...

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Comino, the smallest, least populated island of the Maltese archipelago. What is there to do here? With no shops, no restaurants, car-free and apart from one hotel practically uninhabited. The island of Comino Blue Lagoon The main attraction here is simply the Blue Lagoon. A natural swimming pool that attracts swimmers, divers, snorkelers and adventure seekers. The Blue Lagoon where every picture is Instagrammable. With its turquoise clear water, relatively shallow. It’s a great place to spend a day swimming, snorkeling and simply relaxing on the small sandy beach taking in the scenery and the gorgeous sun rays. The only...

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