Dives in Malta are exciting. Malta's most popular diving attractions are its many wrecks, which are good for divers
of all levels, even the most advanced technical divers. Among other things, not far from the town of Zurrieq
(Blue Grotto), is one of the most interesting wrecks of Malta - Um el Faroud, a former Libyan tanker.
It is 115 meters long and had a displacement of 10,000 tons. In 1995, during renovation work, it was damaged
because of a gas explosion, and then in 1998 it was sunk to serve as an artificial reef. All around Malta,
you will find many different wrecks, for example, of aircraft. There is also very interesting terrain,
mainly rocky, full of nooks and crannies.
Gozo a great place to dive and boasts many natural wonders. There are interesting tunnels and caves there, such as
the famous Inland Sea. It is possible to meet many species of Mediterranean fauna in
the waters of Malta, even dolphins and turtles, but they are rare.
Comino and other, smaller, islets are located between Malta and Gozo and are famous for the
Also here a number of interesting scuba dives are performed. Comino is dotted with caves and caverns, and charming
Diving centers in Malta are very well prepared, the whole diving infrastructure in Malta is very good and
diver friendly. Lots of dive sites are located all around the archipelago. Many of them being accessible right
from the beach, and others more suitable for boat entry. Malta is a great place to enjoy all types of water sports,
but especially diving — because the waters of the sea there are deep, blue, warm, transparent, and waiting for you!