About Blue Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon is a picturesque bay with a white sandy base and rich marine life. It is one of the most famous and popular parts of Comino – a beautiful island that is situated between the islands of Gozo and Malta. It is a popular spot for tourists from all over Europe. This place hosts, especially in summer time a great number of divers, swimmers and snorkelers. This beautiful Maltese attraction is a must-see place on any visitors sightseeing schedule. It is situated between the island of Comino and the islet of Cominotto and it is one of the best beaches in Malta. It is a long, narrow bay cut into Comino and is surrounded by carefully carved rock formations on both sides, with plenty of pathways and hiking trails to occupy those not interested in spending the whole time sunbathing.
Blue Lagoon - Earth's paradise
The Blue Lagoon is an incredible area and a paradise in the summer time. Its floor is absolutely pure, the white sand and the water is crystal clear, thereby giving the appearance of a humungous swimming pool. The crystal clear waters in the Blue Lagoon are cool and refreshing, and much, much deeper than it looks like and reflect the blue sky with a lovely cyan. This long and narrow bay surrounded by rock and a bit of sand makes this area the ideal place for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving or simply relaxing on the beach.
The brilliant turquoise blue water is always clean and transparent and it is full with locals and tourists. The bay is cordoned 24/7 to prevent any boats from entering the bay. This makes it possible to enjoy this unique area even in the height of summer when the surrounding shoreline is dotted with private yachts and larger vessels carrying dozens of tourists.
The Blue Lagoon is a safe place to come together with your family, children, because they can play safely in the warm low lagoon while the family enjoys the great sun. The more adventurous persons have the opportunity to practice the water sports inside the lagoon or even water skiing in the deeper waters nearby. Visited by tourist boats that anchor in the marina-like bay throughout the day, the Blue Lagoon is not accessible at night.
If you come to the Blue Lagoon in a small boat, than this will inevitable involve a 20 minute trip through its amazing surroundings. Also, you can spend hours paddling around the shallower parts of the bay, watching the shoals of tiny fish flicker and flash amongst the rocks. More courageous people can cross the lagoon to the islet of Cominotto and swim through the tunnel.
This region is fascinating, offering a great experience for the visitors, with the best sand and the most remarkable facilities for spending a perfect vacation. The Blue Lagoon is a stunning and a great place to spend a lazy afternoon swimming in clear Mediterranean waters. This is a truly splendid place to enjoy a day of sea and sun. So, don’t miss the opportunity to see this incredible place with your own eyes and also feell the crystal cool water.