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Round Malta Full Day Cruise Tour

Highlights
  • Full-day Malta and Comino Island cruise from Sliema
  • See the sights of Valletta, Malta’s capital, from the water
  • Cruise past the Dingli Cliffs, the Blue Grotto, Filfla Island, and Anchor Bay
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Round Malta Full Day Cruise Tour
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Round Malta Full Day Cruise Tour
From USD 40.34
Overview
Discover Malta’s beaches, rocky inlets, and offshore islands on this full-day cruise from Sliema. Sail past the capital of Valletta, the soaring Dingli Cliffs, and the Blue Grotto; swim and snorkel in the Blue Lagoon on Comino Island; visit St. Paul's Island; and tuck into a delicious buffet lunch on-board. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
What to Expect
Your tour begins with pickup from your Malta hotel and a short transfer to Sliema cruise port in time for a 10am departure. After meeting your captain and crew, hop aboard your cruise ship and set sail around the island’s beautiful beaches and bays.
Along the way, pass by Valletta, Malta's capital, and listen as your guide points out landmarks such as the Grand Harbour, Marsascala Bay, and St. Thomas Bay. Continue past Delimara Point; Marsaxlokk Bay, Malta's largest fishing village; and the famous Blue Grotto, then get your camera ready as you glide beneath the jagged Dingli Cliffs. Other highlights include the tiny Filfla Island and Anchor Bay, where you’ll have chance to spot ‘Popeye's Village', where the film ‘Popeye’ was shot on location.
Arrive at Comino Island in time for lunch and work up an appetite swimming and snorkeling in the glittering waters of the Blue Lagoon. You’ll also have the option to take a 25-minute cruise (extra cost; tickets sold on board) to explore the caves around the lagoon. Back on the boat, tuck into a delicious buffet lunch and sip a glass of wine as you gaze out from deck.
After more swimming and sunbathing, set out on the return journey, passing Mellieħa Bay; St. Paul's Island, where St. Paul was shipwrecked in 60AD; and Salina Bay. Arrive back in Sliema around 5.30pm, where a driver will be waiting to take you back to your hotel.
Reviews (13)
1 - 5 of 7 reviews
Reviewed 11 November 2018
Beautiful cruise

Did this cruise in November with my partner and baby. We paid 30 euros as it was out of season but luckily the weather was fantastic. We were able to take the pram on board (only downside is we couldn't leave it on the boat...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank LauraFlora21
Reviewed 17 October 2018
Great

it is very great to have the tour with the bays . i suggest that you could go in the afternoon.. when the sunlight shoot on the water.. it make so beautiful .

Date of experience: October 2018
2  Thank viviannecan
Reviewed 13 October 2018 via mobile
Good in parts

This review is for the Captain Morgan cruise others are available! !! Cruise itself was interesting and the food slightly less than adequate especially if you have a large appetites we do not so not a problem. They played awful music constant regae Bob Morley...More

4  Thank 2Vikings
Reviewed 5 August 2018 via mobile
Take food!

We left Sliema at 10 am and lunch was served at 11! Cold ham or chicken, tomato lettuce, and bread! You could drink all the beer, wine and soft drink you wanted but had to pay for a coffee- instant with milk!!! There was ice...More

9  Thank KayGeeCee78
Reviewed 27 July 2018 via mobile
Good

Me and my partner did this trip 3 days ago. Going to blue lagoon is beautiful and the views around malta are amazing!! However the food served was cold and not very good. Plus after returning to the blue lagoon stop was more 3h in...More

2  Thank I3819XMmarianas
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Christine G
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Response from viviannecan | Reviewed this property |
yes, i think so . it depends on the weather.. if very windy ,maybe it would be cancelled. I suggest that you could buy the open ticket. you could get on the boat when you want. it is better to go in the afternoon and choose... More
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