A boat trip from St Paul's Bay to Comino definitely offers more possibilities to admire Comino's beauty.
The boat passes near St Paul's Islands and runs along the rocky cliffs on the eastern side of Comino up to Blue Lagoon.
The trip is recommended for an organized group as could be more expensive than the ferry.
To arrive on Comino there are regular ferries from Cirkewwa on Malta and Mgarr on Gozo.
A fare takes around 20min and costs around EUR 5-.
The stop on Comino is on San Niklaw Bay, at a short distance from the Blue Lagoon.
you can find advertisments all around Malta where you can pay for rented boats to Comino Island.
A good one is Yellow Fun - office in Buggiba is at the main square. They take you to Comino in the morning (you can start at 9 from Buggiba) and back at round 3. It is quite recommened to go as early as you can to avoid high peak of tourist boats and reserve a place for you:-)
If you have read about our trip to Comino by the Schooner rigged Turkish Gullet, and wish to enjoy the experience, and a swim in the Blue Lagoon as well, then head for the Captain Morgan - Fernandez - stand along the Sliema waterfront.
There are also other cruise boats (also from Captain Morgan) who sail here, you can see some of them in the picture.
Midas Shuttle Service offers trips to Comino Islandand teh Blue Lagoon. They also cater for for day and night dives and charted fishing trips and private charters. The boat is available all year round and leaves Cirkewwa every hour from 9.00 a.m. onwards and you may stay on the beach all day.
To arrive in Cirkewwa you can take a bus service from Valletta (No. 45), from Sliema (No. 645) and from Bugibba (No. 48)