MALTA 3 DAYS YACHT CRUISE
VALLETTA MELLIEHA BLUE LAGOON COMINO CRYSTAL LAGOON GOZO...
3 Days Private Yacht Cruise Maltese Archipelago
DURATION: 3 DAYS | CRUISE STYLE: PRIVATE CRUISE WITH CREW | LOCATION: MALTA VALLETTA MELLIEHA GOZO COMINO ISLANDS
DEPARTURE HARBOURS: TAORMINA NAXOS OR ETNA HARBOUR | PROPOSED YACHTS: ALENA 52
YACHT ALENA 52: PEOPLE CAPACITY 15 + 2 CREW | RATES STARTING FROM € 10.000,00 WITH YACHT ALENA 52
Sicily and Malta both offer a unique mix of traditions that stem from a strong cultural heritage. Malta is a little nation island immersed in the Mediterranean Sea with the larger density of historic sights than every other nation and is the nation that has the largest number of holidays in the whole EU. Once arrived You’ll be surprised by gorgeous beaches and turquoise waters full of coastal marinas and ancient villages as well as coves and islands to sail. Malta is not only coast and sea, being ruled by Phoenicians, Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs and the Order of the Knights of St John, the Island offer also prehistorical finds, temples, stunning churches and baroque palazzos, heated almost all year round by a wonderful sun. With our charter cruise, we will discover Malta capital, Valletta and the other islands of Gozo and Comino.
Services Included: Fuel, skipper and hostess, welcome drink, soft drinks, seasonal fruit, beach towels. Not Included: Mooring, Galley to be organized on request, everything not mentioned in Services Included. The Fleet: We will check your needs with you in order to match the perfect yacht or motorsport boat for your cruise. The boats offered for this cruise are just an example of our large fleet; We can find you virtually any boat to charter Sicily and its islands. Suggested boat for this cruise: Yacht Alena 52 (PDF YACHT DETAILS)
Valletta Grand Harbor
Once arrived in Malta you will be amazed by the view of the Grand Harbor of Valletta, likely the island's greatest geographical asset and a fundamental key to Malta's past. With its breathless view of Fort St. Angelo, Fort Ricasoli and the historical Three Cities (Bormla, Vittoriosa and Senglea), Malta’s Grand Harbor can be described as an open museum that was used as the main port since at least the Roman times. Valletta protected with massive fortifications, is the capital of Malta and UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the few urban inhabited cities that has preserved almost entirely its original features. The story of the city is linked to the Order of St John of Jerusalem and it was ruled by the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, and Arabs. The city has undergone no important modifications since 1798 when it was abandoned by the Knights of St John. Valetta is copiously rich in sites to see and look into, Like St John’s Cathedral, built by the Hospital Knights with its treasures including tapestries, Caravaggios and relics. In the city, you will find historical buildings, statues, niches and fountains in every corner, while the side streets are full of little shops, restaurants and cafés.
Mellieha Paradise Bay
Situated in the extreme north of the Maltese Archipelago and close to Gozo Island, Paradise Bay is one of the smallest beaches present in Malta. The Bay offers great and different opportunities for snorkeling lovers and can be considered as one of the safest beaches for swimming in the whole Mediterranean Sea. Consisting out of a limestone reef, Paradise Bay offers the perfect getaway for those seeking to relax and peace, offering a fantastic view of Comino Island with it's imposing tower. The beach is also very important as a site for several beach parties like the LoveSexy event taking place at this beach every year.
Comino Blue Lagoon
Famous for its Blue Lagoon, Comino offers a sheltered bay of glittering, crystal clear water easily accessible only by a boat. Comino is full of caves, creeks and grottos, ideal for scuba diving, swimming, snorkeling and even climbing. The island is a common set of famous movies like the Château d'If in Alexander Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo.
Gozo Crystal Lagoon
Gozo is the second largest Island of the Maltese Archipelago; probably less developed than Malta Island but much richer in vegetation. Gozo is separated from mainland Malta by a trait of sea and it is absolutely more rural and much quieter. Gozo is known for its breathtaking scenery, fantastic coastline and untouched country paths. Although the island of Gozo is rich in History, it is really famous worldwide to be considered one of the top destination for divers; this thank to the huge number of coves, reefs, tunnels, islet and lagoons with warm waters, stunning underwater scenery and perfect visibility during the immersion.
Gozo Dwejra Bay
The name ‘Dwejra’ comes from the Maltese language and mean “a small home”. It is situated in a very remote area and it is an ideal location for an excursion to the small village of San Lawrenz in Gozo. With its fantastic inshore formations and rocks, is a magical attraction for the ones swimming in the fabulous deep sea of the bay reachable only by the sea.
Highlights of this Cruise
MALTA VALLETTA: Grand Harbor, Fort Sant Angelo, Fort Ricasoli and Three Cities - MELLIEHA PARADISE BAY: Paradise Bay - COMINO: Blue Lagoon, Château d'If and Isola Delle Correnti - GOZO: Crystal Lagoon, Dwejra Bay and San Lawrenz
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