the Best of Gozo and Comino


 All in one day!!

In the morning you board one of Captain Morgan’s vessels which departs from the Sliema Creek, cruising towards the island of Comino, passing Comino through the north Comino channel towards the Island of Gozo, which is also known as the island of Calypso. On arrival at the Mgarr Harbour you will be welcomed by our representative who will drive you around this beautiful island. You will first drive through the village of Xewkija where you drive past the largest church in Gozo which also boasts being the third largest unsupported dome in the world, then you will have the pleasure to taste Gozitan products and have a look around an Artisan Centre, followed by the village of Gharb, where you will see the famous Ta’ Pinu Church. You will then proceed to the Capital City, Citadel.

After visiting this mythical island, you will proceed to Mgarr Harbour for your transfer to the Blue Lagoon. You will be informed which Captain Morgan vessel to board following a one hour stop for swimming and / or sightseeing at the famous Blue Lagoon on Comino Island. The Blue lagoon is famous for its turquoise, bluish-green crystal clear waters... truly, Malta’s paradise! We leave Comino and head towards Sliema once again via the north-east coast of Malta. On our way back, we cruise past Mellieha Bay, St. Paul’s Islands, Bahar ic-Caghaq, St. Andrews, St. Julians, the Sliema Promenade and finally around Tigné Point to Sliema Creek.



We spend 2 hours exploring Gozo & 1 hour in Comino



January to March 2020: Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. Departing at 10:00am and returning at 5:30pm

April: Daily, except Sunday. Departing at 10:00am and returning at 5:30pm.



Adults:  €35.00

 Children 4-12 years: €18.00


* Transport, lunch & drinks are not available. Clients will need to organise their own means of transport to and from our vessels. A cash bar will be available on board.


Departures are subject to availability


The Company reserves the right to alter or cancel this excursion according to prevailing weather conditions.