How to best explore Comino: with Solevela’s Boat Charter!

A real Paradise on earth, the smaller one of the Maltese Islands: yes, we are talking about Comino, the go-to place for windsurfers, snorkelers and divers.

But Comino is the perfect place not only for sporty people: whoever loves a warm Sun kiss and a nice, refreshing swim in the crystal clear water of the Maltese sea, won’t resist the charm of this small yet beautiful island.

Situated between Malta and Gozo, with its 3.5 square km surface, Comino is a car-free, virtually uninhabited island.

The main attraction is definitely the Blue Lagoon, with its sheltered, dazzlingly blue waters, an extremely popular destination during summer for day-trippers, easily accessible through a boat tour.

Did you know that Comino is named after the cumin seed that once flourished in the island?

And did you know that, even though now it’s mostly uninhabited, it hasn’t always been like this?

During the Roman period, Comino was inhabited by farmers. Then, later on, the Knights of Malta used this island as hunting and recreational ground.


Now, let’s focus on the main question: how to best explore Comino, in all its beauty and charm?

The answer is simple: with Solevela’s Boat Charter!

You will have the opportunity to experience a Boat Tour on board of our beautiful Sailing Boat, with all the comforts you can think of, and you will share the boat with your family or friends, instead of a bunch of strangers.

Exacty: how many times have you wanted to explore Comino, but you really didn’t feel like to be on a boat tour with people you didn’t even know for a whole day?

Now, thanks to Solevela, you have the opportunity to discover the beautiful Comino with our Private Boat Charter, only you and your loved ones.


And there’s more to it: if you wish, we will provide you with a mouthwatering lunch and refreshing drinks, so that you won’t have to think about anything, except for enjoying your incredible Boat Charter with Solevela.

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