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Round Gozo Cruise

Malta's sister island acts as a stunning backdrop to this unforgettable cruise around its shores. 

Leaving Bugibba Jetty at 10:30 and cruising towards Malta's sister island, Gozo. During this cruise you will be able to see the Cliffs of Ta' Cenc. The area consists of garrigue and steep and rugged cliffs, which rise from sea level to a height ot 120m. The cliffs are identified as an Important Bird Area by BirdLife International because they support 800-1000 breeding pairs of Cory's shearwaters and 150-300 pairs of yelkouan shearwaters. You will also cruise to Dwejra Bay, which is the home of the Fungus Rock, or as it is locally known, 'Il-Gebla tal-General'. Until the 8th March this year, you could also see the Azure Window, a 28-metre tall limestone natural arch. The arch, together with other natural features of the area, has appeared in a number of international films and media productions. Following decades of natural erosion that caused part of the arch to fall into the sea, the slab and pillar collapsed completely in stormy weather on 8th March 2017. 


Another attraction during this cruise is Ir-Ramla l-Hamra. Ramla l-Hamra Bay, meaning Red Beach in Maltese, is Gozo's largest sandy beach with unique bright orange-red coloured sand and beautiful blue clear waters. Ramla Bay is also one of the most beautiful beaches in Malta, set in teh bottom of a valley with unpoilt wild and fertile nature. During this cruise you will stop at a bay around Gozo (weather permitting) and also at the Blue Lagoon with its crystal clear waters, where you can relax on the boat or lay on the beach. Return back to Bugibba around  18:00.


May to October

Every Wednesday & Saturday

Adults: €60

Children (5-15 years): €45


Full Day Cruise around Malta 


Unlimited Beer, Wine, Water & Soft Drinks

On board facilities: Air-conditioned Area, Fresh water showers, bar facilities, and toilet facilities

Fungus Rock | Fun Malta
Ta Cenc Cliffs | Fun Malta
Crystal Lagoon | Fun Malta
Blue Lagoon | Fun Malta
Ramla l-Hamra | Fun Malta
Comino | Fun Malta
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