We begin by cruising up the North-East coast, via the north Comino channel to reach the island of Calypso, Gozo where you will arrive at approximately 10:20h. Upon arrival at the Mgarr Harbour you will be greeted by our representative who will drive you around this charming island for approximately 2,5 hours.
You will first visit the Ta' Pinu Church which is known as the miracle church. En-route you will pass by the aqueducts which were built by the British between 1839 and 1843, located on the outskirts of Rabat. Whilst driving, you will also be able to admire the statue of Christ The Redeemer from a distance, as it is situated on a hill that cannot be reached by car.
After viewing the magnificent Basilica, you will proceed to visit the stunning capital city and fortress, Cittadella, where you can explore the city.
It is of utmost importance that you hear the driver's instructions with pick up points and times that need to be adhered to. You are to be at the point determined a few minutes earlier to ensure that you do not miss your transport.
After visiting this mythical island of Gozo, you will once again board the vessel and cruise to the Blue Lagoon in Comino where you will disembark. The Blue Lagoon is famous for its turquoise, bluish-green crystal clear waters.
The time you leave Comino is up to you, you may opt for either the 15:20h, 18:05h or 20:15h trip to return to your desired disembarkation point. It is important that you are at your embarkation point at least 15 minutes prior to departure time.
July to end of October: Daily
The Strand, Sliema: 09:00h
Bugibba Jetty (Bognor Beach): 09:40 hrs.
Children under 12 years: €18
Children up to 4 years: Free of charge
* Transport, lunch, drinks and Entrance Fees are not included in the price. Clients will need to organise their own means of transport to and from our vessels. A cash bar will be available on board.
The Company reserves the right to alter or cancel this excursion according to prevailing weather conditions.
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