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Gozo and Comino Islands: including Blue Lagoon, Crystal Lagoon & caves

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Get away from the main island of Malta in search of sea and sunshine on this tour from Bugibba. Visit the Crystal Lagoon (if traveling in June-October), followed by the Blue Lagoon on Comino for swimming and snorkeling. From here, continue to Gozo Island, where you have the choice of enjoying free time at your leisure or taking a tour of the island's historic sites before cruising back to Bugibba via the Santa Maria pirate caves.
$30.92 per adult
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trueadvisor24 wrote a review Jul 2020
Orlando, Florida174 contributions8 helpful votes
It's a very interesting and impresive sight to see where the Apostel Paul was held in Prison after the shipwreck!
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Date of experience: July 2020
Jimvin wrote a review Mar 2020
Caterham, United Kingdom836 contributions195 helpful votes
Visited the museum and the catacombs. Reasonable cost. Quite a few steps but a cool relief going down into the catacombs.
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Date of experience: February 2020
frequent traveler wrote a review Mar 2020
Brussels, Belgium9 contributions1 helpful vote
Cool visit to the grotto and WWII shelter and catacombs on a hot day, lots of history, and museum on the same go!
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Date of experience: March 2020
Carlos A wrote a review Jan 2020
58 contributions
Very unusual and interesting place to visit, doesn't matter your spiritual orientation. You should go!
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Date of experience: January 2020
Phil M wrote a review Nov 2019
Liverpool, United Kingdom54 contributions12 helpful votes
The grotto was the least interesting aspect of the visit, but still ok. The WW2 shelters were very interesting (if I say "reminiscent of Stockport", that's a compliment). The catacombs and agape table were also of interest. As I went to leave, very happy at the value for money, I found I still had an art gallery and cafe still to take in.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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