Situated between the inimitable islands of Malta and Gozo, Comino is a quiet respite that speaks of legendary tales from the days of pirates and what has now become a paradisiacal holiday destination.
Free of cars and with a heavy emphasis on natural preservation, holidays to Comino will welcome you to a world of outstanding natural beauty and an atmosphere of peace. A small but rugged island, the patch of land is skirted with a mixture of sand, caves and cliffs – ideal for those wishing to explore. While also making for a great day out from Gozo or Malta, Comino Island is not to be missed when heading to the Mediterranean.
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If you’re finding yourself daydreaming about this year’s holiday but you’re hitting a sandy wall when it comes to what that actually looks like (other than you, on a beach, in front of a sunset), it sounds like you need some holiday inspiration. When…
At a glance
- Currency: Euro
- Language: English
- Time Zone: GMT +1
- Average flight time: 3h 50m
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Daytrips and sunny promises
Comino is virtually uninhabited which means it’s ideal for those who want to get back to nature. Located smack bang in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, you can expect sunshine throughout the whole year, making Comino holidays a great destination to head to for some winter sun on your summer holiday in 2016, and while many will come to relax, there’s also plenty to do elsewhere as well. Whether it’s in the Blue Lagoon or cascading along Saint Mary’s Tower, Comino will not disappoint the avid adventurer.
Even if you’d prefer something a little livelier, you shouldn’t rule out holidays in Comino just yet. With easy access to both Malta and Gozo, there are a range of activities to sink your teeth into if you’re happy to cruise along to either island. Not far away is the intriguing village of Mellieha, where you will find a number of traditional holiday activities, suited to the budding tourists among you.