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A very pleasant experience. A short but refreshing boat ride (about 20 minutes) around the Blue Grotto caves. Wonderful blue waters. You put your hands into the water and they turn blueish ! The view of the surrounding cliffs is spectacular. For 8 Euros, it...More
The Blue Grotto is a lovely short boat tour that displays the magnificent deep blue sea surrounding Malta. The tour lasts only around 20 minutes, so it is a quick view. However, you get to see some nice caves and of course can marvel at...More
We decided to go it alone rather than take a tour. It is very easy to get to from Valletta, one bus ride. Public transport is easy to navigate in Malta and for a fixed fare of €2 ( in the summer) but if you...More
Took one of the small boat trips to the Blue Grotto and caves. Plus sides were it was midweek and got straight onto one of the boats, the water was indeed very blue and we got to go into the caves as the waters weren't...More
Arrived about 1030am as reviews said the colours of the sea were better due to lighting. We couldn't find anywhere to park and it was chaos, to the extent that the Police ended up closing the road as the coaches were having issues. So we...More
During a Mediterranean Cruise, Malta was our last stop and we chose the excursion to this gorgeous part of the country. Although the boat ride was only 20 minutes - it was amazing. We would love to come back and snorkel.
After reading a few bad reviews that the boat trips weren’t worth it, we weren’t sure what to expect from the blue grotto. However our day there was amazing. Our favourite place that we visited. We took one of the boat trips round the cave...More
The blue grotto cave boat trip is a must do in Malta. The beautiful crystal blue water and the amazing caves are really a must see. A 40-50 bus trip from Valletta and an €8 ticket for a traditional Maltese fishing boat trip through the...More
You can a taxi to close edge of the road where the boat leaves from, but there's a limit as the boat leaves from an area where you need to walk. It's not far just a little steep but about 50 metres distance. I hope that... More
You can a taxi to close edge of the road where the boat leaves from, but there's a limit as the boat leaves from an area where you need to walk. It's not far just a little steep but about 50 metres distance. I hope that helps answer your question .