Comino Caves: Natural Wonders and Coastline Beauty

Comino Caves: Natural Wonders and Coastline Beauty

Explore the stunning caves along Comino Island, the smallest island on the Maltese archipelago. The Comino Caves, famous for their beauty and impressive formations, are a must-visit destination on any boat trip. Carved by soft limestone, these caves stretch over 40 meters and offer a stunning experience in the crystal-clear waters surrounding the island.

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Visiting Comino Island in Malta: All You Need to Know

Visiting Comino Island in Malta: All You Need to Know

Embarking on a trip through the Maltese Islands is incomplete without exploring the beautiful Comino, Malta's smallest gem. This article reveals the secrets of navigating the Mediterranean Sea to reach Comino and the famous Blue Lagoon, guaranteeing a perfect day trip to this island paradise.

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Crystal Lagoon: All You Need to Know For Your Visit

Crystal Lagoon: All You Need to Know For Your Visit

The hidden gem of Crystal Lagoon on Comino Island is just a 10-minute walk from the famous Blue Lagoon. Located on the smallest island in the Maltese Archipelago, it boasts crystal-clear waters, which provide a peaceful escape without the usual crowds.

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Blue Lagoon Malta: The Jewel of the Maltese Islands

Blue Lagoon Malta: The Jewel of the Maltese Islands

The Blue Lagoon in Malta stands out as one of the most beautiful locations among the Maltese Islands. It is a must-visit destination when exploring the small Island of Comino, known for its clear waters and stunning beauty.

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Visit Gozo Island (Malta): What to See, Do and Explore

Visit Gozo Island (Malta): What to See, Do and Explore

Nestled in the heart of the Maltese Islands, Gozo, or "Ghawdex," affectionately known by the locals, attracts tourists with the promise of tranquillity, a slower pace, and a serene getaway from the bustling world.

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How to Take the Malta to Gozo Ferry and Fast Ferry

How to Take the Malta to Gozo Ferry and Fast Ferry

Embark on a journey between the Mediterranean islands of Malta and Gozo, discovering the connectivity offered by the two reliable ferry services – Gozo Channel from Cirkewwa and the Valletta to Gozo Ferry provided by Gozo Highspeed.

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Marsalforn Bay Gozo: Your Perfect Seaside Getaway

Marsalforn Bay Gozo: Your Perfect Seaside Getaway

Marsalforn is an old fishing community which has evolved into Gozo’s main summer destination. Up to the 17th century, this was the principal seaport of Gozo. A scenic promenade leads to Xwejni where a number of saltpans are still in use. Around 3 kilometres of honeycomb-like salt pans cover this side of the island.

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How to get to Gozo: All Options Explained

How to get to Gozo: All Options Explained

Getting to Gozo is simple and Malta’s public transport system is popular with locals and visitors. Traveling from Malta to Gozo involves catching a taxi or a bus to Cirkewwa ferry terminal, before taking a 25 minute sea crossing over to the island of Gozo.

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Victoria Gozo: Explore the Stunning Capital of Gozo Island

Victoria Gozo: Explore the Stunning Capital of Gozo Island

Find out all you need to know about Victoria Gozo, the small town at the heart of the island, where locals and tourists flock to shop, dine out and meet up with friends and family.

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Ta' Pinu Gozo: A National Shrine of Miracles

Ta' Pinu Gozo: A National Shrine of Miracles

The national shrine of Ta’ Pinu was built in 1932 in a neo- Romanesque style, designed by Maltese architect Andrea Vassallo. The circular open space in front of the church is decorated with mosaic panels depicting the 20 mysteries of the rosary.

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Wied il-Mielah Window: Gozo's Hidden Gem

Wied il-Mielah Window: Gozo's Hidden Gem

This massive limestone arch is currently the last surviving rock-arch window in Gozo. It is a natural geological formation jutting out from the cliff walls by the seaside at the end of a valley. The winding valley on its approach is called Wied il-Mielah, which translates to ‘Salt Valley’.

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Xewkija - Discover The Oldest Village in Gozo

Xewkija - Discover The Oldest Village in Gozo

Nestled on the picturesque island of Gozo, Xewkija is a captivating invitation to all who seek to explore its rich history and unique charms. As the oldest village in Gozo, Xewkija proudly boasts a heritage that traces its roots back to 1678, when it earned its distinction as a parish.

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Xlendi Gozo: A Unique Bay to Explore

Xlendi Gozo: A Unique Bay to Explore

Welcome to the seaside of Xlendi Gozo on the beautiful Maltese Archipelago. Once a tiny fishing village, Xlendi, known locally as Ix-Xlendi, has grown into a tourist resort, attracting visitors to its stunning bay with rocks bordering the shore and popular swimming spots in its clear blue waters.

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Ggantija Megalithic Temples in Gozo: Step Back in Time

Ggantija Megalithic Temples in Gozo: Step Back in Time

Some of the megaliths of the Ggantija Temples exceed five metres in length and weigh over fifty tons. Giants were believed to have constructed these prehistoric temples and that is from where their name originates. Certainly, these ancient structures represent a phenomenal cultural, artistic and technological development in a very early period in human life.

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Ramla Bay Beach: A Must-Visit Gem For Your Itinerary

Ramla Bay Beach: A Must-Visit Gem For Your Itinerary

Your last stop in Gozo will be the stunning Tax-Mixta Cave, which looks out over Ramla Bay, known for its beautiful red sandy beach. Largely untouched by man, it’s raw nature at its best, and this cave is the best vantage point to take in the scene from.

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Tas-Sanap Cliffs in Gozo: Stunning Natural Beauty

Tas-Sanap Cliffs in Gozo: Stunning Natural Beauty

Gozo, the second largest island on the Maltese archipelago, is famous for its stunning cliffed coastline and landscapes. The Sanap Cliffs in Gozo stand out as a must-see for all tourists planning a trip to Malta.

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Mgarr Harbour, Gozo: Your Visit’s Starting Point

Mgarr Harbour, Gozo: Your Visit’s Starting Point

Your journey to the Island of Gozo begins when you set foot at Mgarr Harbour. We're here to tell you that it's not just a transit point but a destination, ready to be discovered once you arrive or at the end of your visit.

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Gozo Salt Pans: Natural Beauty at Xwejni

Gozo Salt Pans: Natural Beauty at Xwejni

Discover the centuries-old salt pans, a testament to time's enduring allure on the picturesque Island of Gozo. As you stand amidst these enchanting landscapes, envision terraced fields stretching to the horizon, adorned with a mesmerising mosaic of glistening white salt crystals.

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Hondoq ir-Rummien Bay and Beach in Gozo

Hondoq ir-Rummien Bay and Beach in Gozo

Hondoq ir-Rummien, the coastline below the village of Qala, is dotted with traditional salt pans, some of which are still actively used to harvest salt throughout the summer months. On this coast is a small cove, Hondoq ir-Rummien, which is used by snorkelers because of its deep and clear water and the small caves at the water level.

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Gozo Citadel or Cittadella

Gozo Citadel or Cittadella

The Citadel in Victoria is one of Gozo’s most easily recognised landmarks and had a hugely important role in the island's history. You’ll visit this small fortified city perched on one of Gozo’s tall hills and walk along its narrow alleys and points of interest, enjoy panoramic views of Gozo, step inside the beautiful Cathedral and more.

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Dwejra Bay Gozo: Discovering its Natural Beauty

Dwejra Bay Gozo: Discovering its Natural Beauty

Dwejra Bay is situated on the western coast of Gozo. It offers amazing geological features that include steep cliffs and unusual rock formations. Dwejra is also renowned for its maritime elements consisting of under-water caves and submerged structures created through time by erosion and seismic activity.

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Knight’s Washhouses - Fontana

Knight’s Washhouses - Fontana

On the way to Victoria (Gozo’s largest town in the centre), you’ll visit two 16th-century public washhouses built by the Knights of St John. These well-preserved washhouses are located on either side of Spring Street in the village of Fontana and are still in use by the local population today.

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Mgarr ix-Xini: Haven of Underwater Wonders

Mgarr ix-Xini: Haven of Underwater Wonders

Mgarr ix-Xini is a bay in Gozo close to Ghajnsielem (southwest), Xewkija and Sannat (southeast) on the Maltese island of Gozo. It lies in a gorge to the west of Mgarr Harbour, accessible mainly from the nearest village of Xewkija as well from Sannat.

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Lunzjata Valley Belvedere

Lunzjata Valley Belvedere

Lunzjata Valley is situated in between Fontana and Kercem. This fertile valley has a rich heritage dating back to the time of the Knights of the Order of St John, and is now frequented by local farmers who tend to their crops day in, day out

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Wied Il-Ghasri Gozo: A Scenic Island Escape

Wied Il-Ghasri Gozo: A Scenic Island Escape

Welcome to the beauty of Wied Il-Ghasri, a natural wonder on the north coast of Gozo with breathtaking scenery and crystal-clear waters, where nature unfolds in a mesmerising display of landscapes. A ferry away from the main Island of Malta lies a hidden gem on the Gozo Island waiting to be discovered - the secluded inlet of Wied il-Ghasri Beach.

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Tastes and Flavours of the Maltese islands

Tastes and Flavours of the Maltese islands

Gozitan food is authentic, seasonal and tasty, delighting all your senses in a rich Mediterranean bite. Over the centuries invaders such as the Romans, the Arabs and the French have influenced our island´s cuisine, along with our close proximity to Sicily.

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10 reasons why you must sightsee Malta and Gozo by Tuk-Tuk

10 reasons why you must sightsee Malta and Gozo by Tuk-Tuk

Tuk-Tuks are a fun, family-friendly way to travel, accessing cherished places off the beaten track which other tour providers, like Hop-on Hop-off buses just can’t reach.

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About Yippee

Yippee (part of Cominology Ltd) is the #1 Gozo tour operator, with a unique fleet of brightly-coloured Tuk Tuks, eJeeps, and high-powered Quad Bikes.

Address: Yippee, 17 Triq ix-xatt, Ghajnsielem, GSM 9033, Gozo - Malta

Contact: +356 2156 0512

Email: info@yippeemalta.com