Round Malta Day Cruise

circle the island's coastline while stopping at the Blue Lagoon

Sail around the island with the round Malta day cruise. Take in the breathtaking views of the island while sitting comfortably. An opportunity away from the crowds and cars to be one with the sea and surrounding coastline. If not taking photos stretch yourself on the seats.

What great day it will be to dream of being on a cruise around the coastline of the main island of the Maltese archipelago. And what a great idea to stop for great time at the Blue Lagoon on Comino.

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A view of Valletta from the cruise boat on the way to Comino island.

As soon as you anchor you will take your breath away with the view and surrounding landscape.

Whilst cruising along the Mediterranean sea towards Gozo you can have a glance at some of Malta's landmarks such as the capital city Valletta and its fortifications, the iconic St. Paul's Islands and at a small glance, the island of Gozo.

Also see if you can spot any coastal watch towers built by the Knights of Malta and the imposing historical Santa Maria Tower at Comino.

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Round Malta Day Cruise Tickets

  • Adults: (13+ years of age) - €59.00
  • Children: (5 - 12 years) - €39.00
  • Young Children (Under 4 years) - €0

There is a family offer with every two paying adults, two children under 12 got free.

Quick Info About The Tour

  • Tour lasts for approximately 6 hours and 45 minutes.
  • Tour starts at 10:00.
  • The departure point is at Sliema ferries.

What Is Included

  • Complete day cruise round the island of Malta.
  • An entire buffet for lunch.
  • Free drinks during lunch.
  • *Free drinks ranging from water, soft drinks, wine and beer.
  • Services of a courier.

*Important: No alcoholic drinks are currently served due to Covid-19 restrictions.

What Is Excluded

  • Transfer to and from your accommodation. There is an optional €6 transfer fee.

When Do Cruises Happen?

Note: Due to current situation take a look at the booking calendar from the booking website to see when tours are available.

  • Cruises happen weekly from May to October.

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What the trip consists off

The trip starts with sailing out of Sliema with a continuous view of the Valletta imposing fortifications and the buildings within overlooking the bastions passing by the Grand Harbour.

The boat sails towards the south overlooking St. Peter's Pool, Marsaxlokk fishing village, Blue Grotto and onwards to the north of the island. 

Keep an eye on the tiny uninhabited island of Filfla and the famous Dingli cliffs while cruising up the sharp rocky coastline.

Further up the island you start approaching the sandy beaches such as Gnejna Bay, Ghajn Tuffieha and Golden Bay.

Before reaching the farthest end of the island you will definitely not miss the colourful village of Popeye Village. At the same time you have a glimpse of Anchor Bay. Get your cameras to take photos of the village in a different perspective which was used for the filming during the 1980s.

After, you sail directly to the Blue Lagoon, where you stop for some time to swim in the turquoise waters or wander around the almost uninhabited island. At the same time a buffet is served.

Later on you start sailing back to Sliema continuing the cruise along the island's coast passing by Mellieha Bay and St. Paul's Islands. Later on St. Julian's and finally entering back to Sliema Ferries at Marsamxett Harbour.

Secure Payments Guaranteed

Enter 'maltainfoguide' in the coupon box to get a 5% discount
Tickets purchased are refundable or exchangeable.
eTicket (Mobile Ticket) available

More to know

Comino and Gozo boat trip

Are there any last minute tickets? Yes, you can purchase tickets before going on the boat, but most likely the boat will be full up.

Should I buy the tickets in advance? Yes why not. It is better to have them in hand since this particular cruise is very popular and tickets are sold very quickly especially in high season starting around May till end of September.

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