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Hondoq is an ideal place for anyone who wants to just relax on the beach, do a little swimming/snorkelling etc. The Hondoq bay cafe is open virtually all year now and does a good variety of food at reasonable prices. The wraps are a good...More
We love this small bay and as we always visit out of season we never find it too busy! My mother-in-law loved swimming in the more sheltered bay and my husband and kids loved jumping and diving in from the side. We had an ice...More
Lying directly opposite the island of Comino we came across a small sandy beach with crystal clear waters. Hondoq ir-Rummien as it is locally know is a very popular swimming place, particularly amongst locals.
Hondoq ir-Rummien, meaning Pomegranate Moat in English, is located below Qala...More
It’s two years since our last visit and the place has changed but I think for the better. What was quite a sleepy little beach now buzzes with ferries to The Blue Lagoon, boat hire, banana rides, diving excursions etc. There are plenty of sun...More
Hondoq Bay used to a very quiet place but, like all lovely sea bays on the island, it now gets packed with people especially during August and September. We like to go early in the morning before the crowds arrive. The water is excellent for...More
Visit Hondoq today, cannot sit in sun, so went to kiosk, family had drinks, snacks then left me to have sofa ride. Kept buying drinks and snack. When family returned more drinks ordered while menu viewed. In spite of other people just sitting, playing a...More
Set down a steep windy road, with stunning views of Comino and Malta as you travel down, you will find the beautiful bay of Hondoq. Well worth a visit but be warned it gets very busy. You can walk to the left of the bay...More