Bugibba Holiday Complex
A great place for a family holiday. Situated on the north-west coast of Malta, it's five mins walk from the sea-front and the local pick-up point for buses that will take you anywhere on the island.
There are bars, restaurants and entertainment on site and nearby and there are three pools - one indoor.
Real Chinese food !!!
For sure Forbidden City is the best Chinese Restaurant i have ever been in Malta, the taste is nice, and service is good as well. and i love their decoration. it's really looks like in China. it is oppoisit of Bugibba holiday complex. most important things is they r not expensive. cheaper than the other chinese Restaurant from other European countries. Crispy Duck
hot and crispy beef
Sweeten and sour chicken Balls
Gong Bao chicken
and some names i cannot remember
COMINO( The Blue Lagoon)
I saw many pictures of the Blue Lagoon before I arrived there and it looked so pretty! Words and pictures can not decribe how gorgeous it is in reality! I loved this place! On the island, there were these little bushes with a few purple flowers still on them. I would have loved to have seen this island a few weeks earlier when all these flowers were in fullbloom!
If you swim across the Blue Lagoon from Comino,you will reach Cominotto,an even smaller island! This island has a small sandy beach and some caves. The swim across the lagoon is not that bad and although it is over your head in spots, it is not that deep either.
The water was so crystal clear,like glass!!!
A guy from the Captain Morgan's Boat caught an octopus.
I saw these little lizards all over Comino.
"The Crystal Lagoon Caves"
Take a speed boat ride to the Crystal Lagoon to see the caves. I took the ride mainly to see the caves and they were very pretty, but I think the speed boat ride was the best part! It was wild! Felt like a rollercoaster! On the way back from the caves, the guy driving the boat cranked up the music,sped up the boat and then was dipping the boat from side to side....I almost thought the boat would tip over! It was sooooo much fun!
hello,were going to spend a day in malta and the blue lagoon has been recomended ,can you give advise on how to get to where tours are operated from and can you enter the caverns by boat.....thanks
RE: blue lagoon
Hi if you are in Valletta you can get a 38 or 138 bus to the blue lagoon, from the bus stop it is a walk down hill you can stop for a drink and food or pay for the boat trip at the bottom, it is lovely and not expencive. Ian