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Diving in Comino

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When to go to Comino

Comino Island has a Mediterranean climate that features very warm and dry summers. Diving in Comino is possible all year round.

The high diving season is considered to be from May to September.The rainy monsoon season is between October and April.

Average air temperature varies from 13 to 26C/55-78F. Average water temperature ranges from 15 to 26C/59-78F. 

The currents may vary, but generally stay mild. The visibility is very good: 20-40m/65-131ft. 


What to see

Marine life is very rich here with plenty of small colorful fish: flounders, cuttlefish, octopi, grouper, moray eels, dentex, gobies, and barracudas, as well as beautiful corals, sponges of all colors, and sea fans.

Scuba diving in Comino

Comino is a 3.5 sq. km/1.4 sq. mi island in the Maltese archipelago between the islands of Malta and Gozo in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. The closest airport is Malta International, from there you got to get to Cirkewwa (28 km) and then by ferry to Camino Island. Comino is noted for its tranquility--it has a permanent population of only four residents and only one hotel. This island is a bird sanctuary and nature reserve, its main attractions are the Blue Lagoon and Saint Mary's Tower. The island is a paradise for windsurfers, snorkelers and divers of all diver levels. Around Comino there are lots of dive sites and divers can enjoy reefs, sheltered and shallow coves, caves, caverns, magnificent walls, drop-offs and wartime wrecks in these clear waters. Snorkelers and divers will enjoy diving in the Blue Lagoon, a picturesque bay that is surrounded by limestone cliffs and caves and is teeming with marine life. It is also a great destination for underwater photographers. 


Most popular dive sites

Among the dive sites that must not be missed by divers are Santa Maria Caves, Patrol Boat P 31, Crystal Lagoon, Lantern Point/Lighthouse Reef, and a bit further - The Rozi Tugboat, Karwela and Comino Land.