Comino is the smallest of the three islands and has no caves worth mentioning. The traveller may visit some small sea caves by boat, which caves you visit depends on the boat operator. The rugged coastline is mostly sheer limestone cliffs, and dotted with deep caves. Some were popular with pirates and marauders during the Middle Ages, as staging posts for raids on hapless boats crossing between Malta and Gozo. The bigger caves are located near Santa Maria Bay on the northern coast:

  1. Santa Maria Caves (36.01821348550766, 14.340505662948331)
  2. Julia Caves (36.01853318647579, 14.340147311695098)
  3. Monte Cristo Cave (36.01931491137131, 14.340153911690582)