Comino: A Secret Paradise

The Malta Airport Foundation places great importance on our underwater heritage, especially since Malta’s rich marine environment attracts around 111,000 tourists to experience scuba diving every year. Following the success of its first underwater awareness project, the foundation took the plunge once again in 2017 by committing itself to support the making of a second underwater documentary; this time a Comino documentary.

Having provided the stunning backdrop for films such as Troy and the Count of Monte Cristo, Comino is certainly no stranger to the limelight, but this forthcoming documentary seeks to present it from a different angle. The island and its dazzling waters are indeed more than just a great filming location, or a tourist hot-spot in the summer months. Forming part of Malta’s northern Marine Protected Area (MPA), they are a source of incredible coastal and underwater geomorphology, which is impressive even for the untrained eye.

Dive into Comino’s waters by clicking the video below. The documentary is available in both English and Maltese.

You can also take an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of the documentary below:

Read more about the Malta Airport Foundation’s launch of the Comino documentary here:

Comino’s Crystal-Clear Waters Take Centre Stage in The Malta Airport Foundation’s latest Project

Comino Swim-Run makes Waves ahead of Launch of Documentary supported by The Malta Airport Foundation